EIZO Releases SOSA-Aligned 3U VPX Graphics Card Designed for High-Speed Sensor Processing Supporting the NVIDIA ConnectX-7 SmartNIC

The Condor GR2S-A4500-ETH is based on the NVIDIA RTX™ A4500 graphics card, CUDA® software suite, and NVIDIA® ConnectX®-7 SmartNIC, featuring high-speed Ethernet for data transfer up to 100 Gigabits per second.

Condor GR2S-A4500-ETH

SOSA-aligned OpenVPX 3U form factor graphics & GPGPU card based on NVIDIA Ampere architecture.

EIZO Announces SOSA-Aligned High-Performance 3U VPX Single-Board Computer with NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin System-on-Module

The Condor AGX-IOX is designed with the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin 64GB SoM including an NVIDIA Ampere GPU and an Arm® Cortex®-A78AE CPU. The module’s 64GB LPDDR5 system memory allows up to 205 GB/s memory bandwidth shared between the Arm Cortex CPU, NVIDIA Ampere GPU, and Accelerator Engines. The Condor AGX-IOX is a powerful CPU + GPU, a single-slot solution designed for I/O-intensive C5ISR applications.

Using Embedded SoMs for At-the-Edge Computing Performance in Mission Systems

A System on Chip (SoC) is a highly integrated circuit (IC) that combines the functionality of multiple components into a single chip, including microprocessors, I/O interfaces, and various hardware accelerators. SoCs are designed to provide high performance, low power consumption, and compact size, making them ideal for SWAP-C-constrained high-performance embedded computing systems.

Condor AGX-IOX

SOSA-aligned 3U VPX High-performance SBC supporting NVIDIA® Jetson™ AGX Orin

Using Real-Time Sensor Processing Technologies to Enable Accurate Landings

Precision approach landing systems (PALS) are critical for aircraft carriers because they enable pilots to safely land their aircraft on the ship’s flight deck, even in challenging weather conditions. These systems rely on advanced radar and sensor technologies to track the position and movement of aircraft in real-time, as well as to detect and avoid obstacles such as other aircraft, the ship’s superstructure, and other hazards.

Using Edge GPGPUs in SIG-INT Systems

Military Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) embedded systems are designed to gather and analyze signals, or electronic communications. SIGINT plays a critical role in military operations by providing real-time intelligence on enemy activities and locations, allowing for improved decision-making and tactical advantage. In addition, SIGINT systems can be used for counterintelligence and cybersecurity to gather information on the communications and activities of foreign intelligence agencies, providing important counterintelligence information.

EIZO Purchases New Office Building as Company Growth Accelerates the Demand for Larger Engineering and Production Spaces

EIZO Rugged Solutions Inc., a provider of ruggedized graphics, displays, and video electronics hardware, announced that it has moved all of its operations to its newly acquired 90,000 square ft. building at 482 S. Keller Road, Orlando, Florida 32810.

AUSA 2022 Recap: Future innovations of the Army, CMOSS/SOSA™, and Leading Edge Technologies

Attracting thousands of visitors from across the globe each year, the AUSA annual meeting and exposition is one of the largest events supporting the US Army as it hosts educational seminars, in-person displays of aircrafts and tactical vehicles, simulation demonstrations, and industry-wide meetings. This year’s theme leading the event was “Building the Army of 2030”, which emphasizes on the industry’s demand for cutting-edge, futuristic technologies that empower the warfighter to excel in every mission across all domains.

A strong initiative driving the future forces of the US Army is the DoD’s Joint All-Domain Command & Control (JADC2).

EIZO’s Rugged LCD Monitors: Understanding the Hammer Shock Test

Have you ever wondered what makes a monitor truly “rugged”? Monitors used in defense and aerospace applications must meet the rigorous design specifications and testing requirements put in place by the United States Department of Defense (DoD) to ensure the LCD monitor can survive in the extreme environment where it is deployed. EIZO is conducting the MIL-DTL-901E Lightweight Hammer Shock Test: Grade A, Class I.