August 22, 2014

The future of high-performance embedded computing

John Keller with Military & Aerospace Electronics discusses how HPEC technology is leading to never-before-envisioned applications like mobile tactical cloud computing and compact systems on chips...

August 04, 2014

Vetronics designers focus on reduced SWaP-C and enhanced C4ISR

Sally Cole with Military Embedded Systems discusses that current initiatives within vetronics circles are aimed at increasing the interoperability of the vehicles’ electronics – from command...

July 31, 2014

HPEC Solutions Strive for Data Center Computing Levels

Jeff Child with COTS Journal discusses the demand for high levels of server-class compute muscle is growing for defense system designs.

July 09, 2014

Microprocessors dividing into two camps: big and high performance, and small and efficient

Microprocessors for modern military and aerospace applications are diverging into two distinct classes-high-end microprocessors for demanding applications like radar processing, signals...

May 14, 2014

AUVSI 2014: Seen and Heard on Day One

MILITARY TECHNOLOGY's (MILTECH) editor reviews 18 items from day one of AUVSI 2014 including Curtiss-Wright's system demonstrations.

May 07, 2014

A cool head for vetronics

Erik Schechter of C4ISR & Networks discusses vetronics systems demanding higher processing capabilities as well as SWaP-C.

April 30, 2014

Embedded Technologies Tackle Video Processing Challenges

The goal for every UAV, every vehicle, every aircraft, every ship and every soldier on the ground is be able to quickly share video information with almost any level of the DoD’s operation.

March 06, 2014

2014 Influential Women in Defense Electronics: Lynn Bamford, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions

Military Embedded Systems interviewed several women executives in the defense industry including Curtiss-Wright's Lynn Bamford.

March 01, 2014

VME and VPX Follow Parallel and Overlapping Paths

Jeff Child discusses the progress of OpenVPX and it's course to intersect and diverge from VME.

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