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  • cyber
     → November/December 2018

    GAO: DoD has a pervasive weapon systems cybersecurity problem

    Sally Cole (Senior Editor)
    Weapon systems operated by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) are more software-dependent and networked than ever before, which a new General Accounting Office (GAO) report says opens the door to mission-critical cyber vulnerabilities. The DoD intends to spend $1.66 trillion to develop its current... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → April/May
    Choosing the optimal software solution for long-life unmanned systems

    Choosing the optimal software solution for long-life unmanned systems

    Jeremy VanDomelen (AdaCore); Benjamin M. Brosgol (AdaCore)
    Defense platforms are expected to perform over a long operational life that can span several decades. Developing high-reliability, safety-critical software that is built to last requires comprehensive tools from trusted industry partners. Robust software-development solutions can help engineers desi... [read more]

    radar
     → January/February 2019
    Ballistic missile radars pushed to detect widening range of threats

    Ballistic missile radars pushed to detect widening range of threats

    Sally Cole (Senior Editor )
    As adversaries develop missile technology to attack the U.S. in ways that can challenge our missile defense - such as conventional and nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles, sea-launched land-attack missiles, hypersonic weapons, and space-based missiles that orbit Earth - it's critical to have... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → November/December 2017
    Increasing data-transfer performance in VPX systems

    Increasing data-transfer performance in VPX systems

    Thierry Wastiaux (Interface Concept)
    The combination of digital simulation and high-performance calculation is radically transforming industry and research. It is now possible to develop products and services without spending precious time and dollars on replicating work already done. This is certainly the case in the military and aero... [read more]

    radar
     → January/February 2019
    Configurable FPGAs: More than a point solution

    Configurable FPGAs: More than a point solution

    Paul Bundick (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions )
    Two major challenges confront developers of military radar-processing systems. The first challenge is that modern multiband radar sensors produce huge amounts of data that need to be brought into the system's digital-processing stage as accurately and rapidly as possible in order to generate actiona... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → July/August 2018

    Drone-swarm tactics program leverages game-based technologies

    Mariana Iriarte (Technology Editor)
    Raytheon BBN Technologies has teamed up with Smart Information Flow Technologies and Oregon State University to tackle a challenge from Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) that aims to design, develop, and demonstrate a swarm of unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) or unmanned ground syste... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → Winter 2018
    VITA\'s switched fabrics roadmap

    VITA's switched fabrics roadmap

    Jerry Gipper (Editorial Director)
    Over the years, VITA's charter has evolved to embrace a host of new open architecture standards for critical embedded computing. Originally founded to develop standards and an ecosystem in support of VMEbus, VITA has evolved its interconnect strategy for high performance computing to be based on lea... [read more]

    LTE
     → Fall/Winter 2017

    Collaboration equals innovation

    Jessica Isquith (President of PICMG)
    What continues to make PICMG successful as a standards body is our community of members and your collaboration in pursuit of innovation. As officers of PICMG, our mission is to shepherd and encourage that collaboration, making sure that the process moves along and that member voices are heard. The s... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → June 2018
    Mars, methodologies, and mastery of embedded development

    Mars, methodologies, and mastery of embedded development

    Larry Lapides (Imperas Software)
    Embedded software in military, defense and aerospace programs is on an exponential complexity curve. Yet fail-safe reliability durability and security have always been paramount for the military and aerospace sectors, which excel at building systems including significant hardware and software compon... [read more]

    COM Express
     → Fall/Winter 2017
    Seeking a unified hardware approach for IIoT control

    Seeking a unified hardware approach for IIoT control

    Brandon Lewis (Technology Editor )
    Although the Internet of Things (IoT) has emerged in every market segment, its implementation varies widely. In the Industrial IoT (IIoT), for example, a much more robust, reliable set of technologies is required than in the consumer world. Here, technology standards organizations will play an impor... [read more]

    Embedded software
     → Fall/Winter 2017
    COM Express hot among military electronics users while CompactPCI levels off

    COM Express hot among military electronics users while CompactPCI levels off

    John McHale (Editorial Director)
    PICMG standards such as CompactPCI have been leveraged for years in aerospace and defense applications such as communications, avionics, and satellites. Today, the fastest growing standard from the PICMG experts is COM Express, thanks to its flexibility and reduced size, weight, and power (SWaP) cha... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → September 2017
    Component obsolescence is a concern across system development

    Component obsolescence is a concern across system development

    Doug Patterson (Aitech Defense Systems)
    Component obsolescence is nothing new, and the problem isn't going away. While electronics innovations may move industry forward on one hand, the downside is that some electronics get left in the dust, no matter how widely adopted they may have been at one point.

    avionics
     → June 2018
    Trends in avionics connectors

    Trends in avionics connectors

    Russ Graves (TE Connectivity)
    After World War II, aviation electronics evolved away from electromechanical components toward electronic and digital technologies, as seen in the development of fly-by-wire systems. That evolution continues today, as both military and commercial aircraft use increasing amounts of computing power an... [read more]

    signal processing
     → June 2017
    Secure satellite communications for warfighters on the move

    Secure satellite communications for warfighters on the move

    Mariana Iriarte (Associate Editor )
    Mobility, beyond-line-of-sight (BLOS) capability, and data security requirements drive military satellite communications development today. Enabling these capabilities will provide warfighters with reliable and consistent communications throughout a mission, whether stationary or mobile.

    Signal processing
     → January/February 2018
    Using RISC-V in FPGAs for strategic defense systems

    Using RISC-V in FPGAs for strategic defense systems

    Ted Marena (Microsemi )
    The defense market is often characterized as slow-moving and a laggard when it comes to high-tech components. The strict certifications and testing that are often required for upgrading military systems generally cannot be rushed. At the same time, though, there is growing demand to speed developmen... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → October 2017
    Data-driven design for HMI development in avionics design

    Data-driven design for HMI development in avionics design

    Raymond Niacaris (ENSCO )
    Engineers and designers who work on glass cockpit displays continue to look for effective ways to interact with the inanimate objects they want to control. Using a data-driven approach similar to that used in video games, a structure can be created through which advanced human-machine interface (HMI... [read more]

    White Paper
     → June 2017

    White Paper: Hardware in the Loop Testing for Power Electronics Systems

    Author (National Instruments)
    Learn how to reduce the amount of field testing for validating embedded software by finding problems and optimize performance at an earlier stage of the development process.

    FMC
     → Winter 2017
    Solving the OpenVPX multi-gigabit I/O Problem

    Solving the OpenVPX multi-gigabit I/O Problem

    Ken Braund (Mertiec); Bob Sullivan (VITA Distinguished Fellow)
    The success of Meritec's VPX+ cabling system has spawned a new cabling system that replaces the need for the Multi-Gig (TE TM) connector and it is field deployable. The new VPX+ DA (Direct Attach) cabling system (product currently in development) reduces weight and cost while improving performance. ... [read more]

    Embedded software
     → March 2017
    Continued support for VPX found in recent hardware and software developments

    Continued support for VPX found in recent hardware and software developments

    Michael Munroe (Elma Electronic)
    VITA’s Standards Organization (VSO) has been working diligently to finalize a major update to the VITA 65 standard, also known as OpenVPX. In addition, CERDEC [U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center] has been instrumental in supplying some of the additions ... [read more]

    VPX
     → Spring 2018
    Hall of Fame

    Hall of Fame

    Jerry Gipper (Editorial Director)
    Since the announcement of VMEbus in 1981 there have been a great number of people and ideas that have had an impact on the development and advancement of open standards used in critical embedded computing systems. The intention of the VITA Technologies Hall of Fame is to honor and preserve the remem... [read more]

    Signal processing
     → April/May 2018
    Modernization, procurement highlights from DoD FY 2019 budget request

    Modernization, procurement highlights from DoD FY 2019 budget request

    John McHale (Editorial Director)
    WASHINGTON. Funding requested for Department of Defense (DoD) Major Defense Acquisition Programs (MDAPs) for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 totals $92.4 billion, accounting for 33 percent of the Trump administration's Procurement and Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDTandE) funding request for t... [read more]

    Test and Measurement
     → May 2017
    White Paper: Hardware and Measurement Abstraction Layers

    White Paper: Hardware and Measurement Abstraction Layers

    Staff (National Instruments)
    "just fix it in software" Hardware abstraction layers (HALs) and measurement abstraction layers (MALs) are some of the most effective design patterns to make test software as adaptable as the hardware.

    Embedded software
     → March 2017

    Open architecture and reuse initiatives make economic sense

    John McHale (Editorial Director)
    I'm often preaching in this space about how the demand for commonality is driving procurement and technology development within the Department of Defense (DoD), a demand brought on by the DoD budget cuts the last few years and sequestration. Now, with budget increases promised by the Trump administr... [read more]

    VITA Technologies Hall of Fame
     → Spring/Summer 2017
    Hall of Fame

    Hall of Fame

    Jerry Gipper (Editorial Director )
    Since the announcement of VMEbus in 1981 there have been a great number of people and ideas that have had an impact on the development and advancement of open standards used in critical embedded computing systems. The intention of the VITA Technologies Hall of Fame is to honor and preserve the remem... [read more]

    Avionics
     → March 2018
    Toward safety and security in FACE components: High assurance with portability

    Toward safety and security in FACE components: High assurance with portability

    Dr. Benjamin Brosgol (AdaCore); Dr. Dudrey Smith (AdaCore)
    The FACE [Future Airborne Capability Environment] approach is a joint government-industry software standard and business strategy for acquisition of affordable software systems that promotes innovation and rapid integration of portable capabilities across global defense programs. FACE - originally a... [read more]

    cyber
     → March 2018

    Hardware full disk encryption technology for military applications using two-layer commercial solutions

    Bob Lazaravich (Mercury Systems); Philip Fulmer (Mercury Systems)
    While the consumer market promotes rapid adoption of new microelectronics with ever-shortening product life cycles, the military market demands risk mitigation and long-term supply continuity - even for commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) parts modified or screened to military requirements. Given the ad... [read more]

    avionics
     → November/December 2018

    Optimizing avionics reliability with dissimilar redundant architectures

    Rick Hearn (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions)
    The potential consequences and acceptable probability of failure of an avionics system dictate the Design Assurance Level (DAL) that must be met in order for it to be certified for flight. The key computing elements of a system - such as the single-board computers (SBCs), graphics cards, and operati... [read more]

     → April 2020

    White Paper: TAICENN Technology Company Presentation

    Eason Tsang (TAICENN Technology Co., Limited)
    TAICENN technology is a turn-key solution provider & manufacturer of Embedded Box IPC, Touch Panel IPC and industrial monitor applications.

    COM Express
     → Spring 2018

    MicroTCA Workshop Report at DESY

    Justin Moll (Vice President of Marketing at PICMG)
    In early December 2017, I had the honor of delivering one of the keynote speeches at the DESY MicroTCA Workshop in Hamburg, Germany. The workshop was well-attended, as 183 participants from 25 institutes and 23 companies gathered to share the latest developments in MicroTCA hardware, software, and a... [read more]

    SWaP
     → March 2017
    White Paper: Defense Mission Success with Rugged SWAP-Optimized Cobalt(tm)

    White Paper: Defense Mission Success with Rugged SWAP-Optimized Cobalt(tm)

    Staff (Kontron)
    Implementing new mobile broadband technology is critical for real time situational awareness and intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities that keep militay personnel one step ahead.

    Avionics
     → March 2018
    Modernizing a serial processing code to obtain optimal performance on an OpenVPX digital signal processing module

    Modernizing a serial processing code to obtain optimal performance on an OpenVPX digital signal processing module

    Beau Paisley (Arm); Tammy Carter ( Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions)
    Serial algorithms can be evolved to a scalable, multithreaded, multiprocess implementation using ubiquitous and well-established high-performance computing (HPC) programming frameworks such as OpenMP and MPI. Such techniques are used in compute-intensive defense, aerospace, and industrial applicatio... [read more]

    VME
     → Winter 2017

    Intel's Xeon-D 10 Gig connectivity drives demand for VITA 76 connector high-speed signal integrity

    Mike Southworth (Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions)
    The recent introduction of Intel's first Xeon System-on-a-Chip (SoC) device, the Xeon-D (codenamed "Broadwell DE"), dramatically changes the range of options for designers of high-performance small-form-factor (SFF) mission computers. Compared to earlier Core/Atom devices, the Xeon-D provides more c... [read more]

    Embedded software
     → Spring 2018
    Liquid cooling expands application spectrum for CompactPCI computers

    Liquid cooling expands application spectrum for CompactPCI computers

    Manuel Murer (EKF Elektronik); Wolfgang K. Weber (EKF Elektronik)
    In early December 2017, I had the honor of delivering one of the keynote speeches at the DESY MicroTCA Workshop in Hamburg, Germany. The workshop was well-attended, as 183 participants from 25 institutes and 23 companies gathered to share the latest developments in MicroTCA hardware, software, and a... [read more]

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