Mike Slonosky discusses the longevity of supply concerns that can keep embedded military program managers up at night in the Power Architecture Today Blog.
John Keller with Military & Aerospace Electronics discusses how rugged data storage is dominated by solid-state disks but rotating hard disks are emerging with data security and sharing functions.
Mike Southworth discusses the combination of today’s latest COTS hardware and command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) modernization initiatives.
Flight test instrumentation (FTI) engineers face a number of challenges when instrumenting aircraft, including an increasing push to reduce weight of equipment and wiring, gather more and more data, and the need to meet demanding time schedules while ensuring no data is lost during...
NXP’s new T-series processor has brought back the AltiVec floating point SIMD instruction set, the heart of many defense and aerospace digital signal processing (DSP) applications for the last two decades.
John McHale with Military Embedded Systems discusses with industry experts how the OpenVPX standard has evolved since it's debut in 2010.
CERDEC becomes VITA's sponsor member followed by Curtiss-Wright initiative to support the U.S. Army's MORA
At the AUSA 2015 show, VITA announced their newest sponsor member, the U.S. Army’s Communications-Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center (CERDEC), who is developing the U.S. Army’s Modular Open RF Architecture (MORA).
Mike Slonosky discusses the architects and integrators challenges as customers implement increasing requirements for safety- and security-critical applications.
J.R. Wilson with Military & Aerospace Electronics discusses how armored combat vehicles are becoming data centers using rugged network routers as the backbone.
Aaron Frank discusses the benefits of Intel's new Broadwell processor to embedded defense applications.