Military Embedded Systems E-letter - August 2014
 
 
E-letter August 2014
The Benefits Of Integrated Video Management
By Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions
Curing the video management systems (VMS) headache: A better approach is provided by a fully integrated VMS.
SECTION: Defense Tech Wire
Visiting military trade shows in France
By John McHale, Editorial Director
Editorial Director John McHale discusses highlights of the Eurosatory 2014 conference in France.
Special Report
Vetronics designers focus on reduced SWaP-C and enhanced C4ISR
By Sally Cole, Senior Editor
Government cutbacks may be slowing vetronics upgrades, but the defense industry is still focusing on initiatives to reduce size, weight, power, and cost (SWaP-C), as well as investing in command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) capabilities.
SECTION: Mil Tech Trends
Driving commonality in test and measurement systems
By John McHale, Editorial Director
Defense electronics integrators faced with reduced funding want test and measurement systems that can be used across multiple platforms instead of having one test set for every weapon, radio, etc. This push toward commonality and standardization is driven by today's budget-constrained environment in the Department of Defense (DoD).
Rising data rates, hardware upgrades drive military test requirements
By David Maliniak, Teledyne LeCroy
Higher data rates in military embedded systems can be both a boon and a burden: difficult to achieve and even more difficult to diagnose and debug. However, the capabilities of modern test equipment and associated software make it easier to deal with signal-integrity issues, difficult-to-probe hardware, and complex serial-data analysis.
SECTION: Industry Spotlight
Commercial cloud security in high-impact deployments
By Chris Honaker, Lynx Software Technologies
As sensitive resources are increasingly migrated to the commercial cloud, developers must address the system management needs of highly secure environments.
Rochester Electronics
Freescale MC68000 32-bit Microprocessor Re-introduced by Rochester Electronics
Esterel Technologies
Production-Proven Critical Systems and Software Development Solutions
Elma Electronic
Elma's SFF Compute Platforms Expand
VadaTech
RADAR Data Processing Solutions Offer Higher Performance at Half the Cost
TEWS Technologies
Conduction Cooled High Density Isolated RS422 PMC Module
Annapolis Micro Systems
Dual Twelve Bit 2.3 or 1.5 GSps DAC I/O Card
ADL Embedded Solutions
ADLMES-8200 High-Ingress Protection (IP) Modular Enclosure Systems
ACCES I/O Products
104I-COM-8SM Series: 6 New PCI-104 RS-232/422/485 Serial Communication Boards with Extended Temperature Operation
Innovative Integration
Prepare for Glory with FMC-500 2x500 MSPS 16-bit A/D 2x1230 MSPS 16-bit D/A
SECTION: Upcoming E-Casts.  An E-cast is a live webcast that may have a single or multiple vendors. E-cast events are used to educate audiences about a problem/solution, from the vendor's perspective. The presentation is typically 45 minutes in duration with a 15-minute moderated Q&A session.
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Safety Certification and Unmanned Aircraft

September 9th 2:00 PM EDT
Presented by: Esterel Technologies, IBM, LDRA, RTI

Managing SWaP in ISR Systems

December 4th 2:00 PM EST
Presented by: Advanced Cooling Technologies, Curtiss-Wright, GE Intelligent Platforms, TE Connectivity
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