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GMS wins 3 Best of Show Awards at AUSA 2022 - Press Release

October 24, 2022

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. Three new General Micro Systems (GMS) innovations won Best of Show from Military Embedded Systems magazine at the Association for the United States Army (AUSA) Annual Meeting & Exposition in Washington, D.C.


How "near-peer" adversaries are changing command posts and battlefield network requirements - Story

October 02, 2018
Future battles may be fought against so-called "near-peer" adversaries who may already be ahead of America's best technologies. It's time to adopt the latest consumer technologies in the command post by making the post more mobile or by making it virtual, like unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) pilots who operate far from the front lines. That strategy requires that an entire tent worth of analysts, radio operators, and personnel - plus their generators, SATCOM [satellite communications] gear, and miscellaneous hardware - be shrunk down to something that fits in the back of a Humvee, an MRAP [Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected] vehicle, or a Stryker armored vehicle.

Battlefield servers demand design for heat, spares, and application portability - Story

November 24, 2017
Freezing conditions at 40,000 feet; scorching heat in the Middle East. These are the world's battlefields for rugged servers.

Integrated panel PC solves many challenges in limited-space battlefield applications - Story

August 04, 2017
Saving space in cramped ground vehicles is as "simple" as combining computers and displays into one chassis - once the new system challenges that arise are managed.
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