Courtney Howard of Military & Aerospace Electronics asks industry experts about the need for reliable, rugged, secure solid-state information storage.
We've seen it before: the trend towards convergence that adds formerly discrete functions into solutions that used to be vertically distinct.
Graham Pitcher of New Electronics discusses how the world of military equipment was the realm of specialist suppliers who maintained proprietary standards. But the market has opened up in recent years and has come to open systems.
John McHale, Editorial Director at PC/104 and Small Form Factors Journal talks with suppliers of military, aerospace, medical and automotive computing solutions about the performance and power management benefits of Intel's Core and Atom processors.
Courtney Howard, Executive Editor at Military & Aerospace Electronics, highlights displays, graphics, and data links for unmanned vehicle command and control.
Military & Aerospace Electronics talks with industry experts including Curtiss-Wright about trends in data recorders and storage for aerospace and defense applications. Read the article!
More flight test instrument parameters with less SWaP-C: Ethernet-based data-acquisition units deliver flexibility
The U.S. Army's VICTORY initiative has come into its own. Today's combat vehicles are typically deployed with multiple independent systems that have limited ability to share their functionalities or data.
Valerie Insinna with National Defense discusses VICTORY with the U.S. Army, prime contracts, and Curtiss-Wright.
Gregory Sikkens on how to lower costs with FAA demands that electronics suppliers for commercial aviation meet strict safety certification standards.