Military-Grade Monitors Enhance Mission Performance with Adaptable Multi-Function Features

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.

How Optical Bonding Increases Monitor Ruggedization

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.

Rugged COTS GPGPU & Video Capture Single Card Solutions for Defense & Aerospace Computing Systems​

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.

The Power of Embedded AI Technology

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.

Product Buzz: Condor GR4 PCIe

The new Condor GR4 PCI Express is a rugged, 3G-SDI video capture and GPGPU processor. It is the industry’s first rugged PCI Express (PCIe) graphics/GPGPU card with four 3G-SDI (Serial Digital Interface standard suitable for 1080p video up to 60fps, or 1080p60) inputs and outputs.

Behind the Science: H.264/H.265 Encoding Solutions

As video technology continues to evolve to newer digital formats and high definition video transitions into 4K and 8K resolution, video compression (or video encoding) remains an essential technology for applications such as digital television, disk formats like DVD and Blu-Ray, mobile TV, video conferencing, internet video streaming, and video transmission for military and commercial security and ISR (intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance) systems.