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.
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).
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.
During the first week of April, EIZO Rugged Solutions exhibited at the Navy League’s, Sea-Air-Space global maritime exposition at National Harbor, Maryland. Sea-Air-Space is a three-day, international event that featured live exhibits of Unmanned Surface Vehicles, tactical ISR boats, flight simulators, Virtual Reality (VR) systems, and included an outdoor exhibit with a 88-ft high-speed vessel.
Announced at GTC, the most recent GPU technology enabled for the defense and aerospace market is the NVIDIA Ampere Architecture, the second generation of the NVIDIA RTX platform.
As an industry-wide “open systems” initiative is spreading its way into existing and current defense system designs, military OEM contractors and system integrators are shifting design practices to align with the new standards.
Military personnel use displays for a range of applications – some critical and others non-critical. Mission Displays are often used in harsh environments with extended temperatures and high humidity and also in situations with a lot of shock and vibration.
Military-grade monitors must display clear visual data so operators can make accurate decisions. Exposure to intense sunlight and freezing temperatures threaten the performance of conventional LCD monitors. Optical bonding strengthens the LCD panel, boosts screen readability, and provides increased situational awareness for missions.
As the demand for signal intelligence, artificial intelligence, and unmanned systems increases, the need for smaller, faster, and more compatible technology skyrockets as data becomes the number one tool within the defense market.
As time progresses, we find that there are more advancements involving artificial intelligence (AI) technology than we could have ever imagined, and it’s clear that AI is making an impact across industries worldwide. After years of continuous research and development, AI and Deep Learning (DL) models have become efficient and accurate enough to be used as core components of most modern-day data processing solutions across land, sea, air, and space.