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MUM-T operations on the U.S. Army's UAS roadmap

Mariana Iriarte, Technology Editor

Manned-unmanned teaming (MUM-T) operations combine the strengths of each platform to increase situational awareness, allowing the armed forces to conduct operations that include combat support and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) missions.

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Self-destructing, vanishing electronics on the way

Sally Cole Senior Editor

A flock of small, single-use drones capable of making precise deliveries or completing other military missions and then vaporizing into thin air sounds suspiciously like science fiction, but the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and its partners participating in the ICARUS program have developed and are bringing this technology into the realm of reality.

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Next-gen tactical Ethernet switches

Charlotte Adams Abaco Systems

Ethernet technology is the common denominator for communications between networks and is a foundational building block of IP networks. This lingua franca of the networking world also has evolved to meet the needs of the tactical environment; it is found on tanks, ships, submarines, manned aircraft, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

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Intelligent I/O eases shifting payload requirements in unmanned underwater vehicles

Lino Massafra North Atlantic Industries

The UUVs could be a game-changer - just like unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are in the sky - by offering the naval fleets a complete operational picture. However, being the eyes in the open seas means that there is a sheer volume of water to be monitored. Providing intelligent multifunction I/O and communications capabilities is going to be a key requirement in the UUV designs.

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IoT Roadshow, Denver: The middle ground of Internet of Things tech

Brandon Lewis, Technology Editor

Slide show — Technology media tends to be very polarized, with outlets either focusing solely on finished products or just on the latest processors and tools used to develop those systems without much regard for what happens in between. At IoT Design and Embedded Computing Design we try to fill that middle ground as much [...]

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DoD budget request funds platforms that leverage small form factors

John McHale, Editorial Director

Regardless of which military trade show I attend or what military application is being discussed at a show, the common trend is that everything is getting smaller, whether it's GPS systems, avionics computers, unmanned aircraft system (UAV) payloads, etc. This trend bodes well for suppliers to the military of small-form-factor standards such as PC/104, COM Express, or SMARC.

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PC/104 and small form factors popular in defense electronics systems

John McHale, Editorial Director

Thanks to its longevity and modularity, the PC/104 standard continues to be popular with military system designers, especially, as their size, weight, and power (SWaP) requirements continue to shrink.

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