Military Embedded Systems

Embedded avionics computer released by Abaco Systems


January 22, 2021

Emma Helfrich

Technology Editor

Military Embedded Systems

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. Abaco Systems, Inc. announced the MAGIC1A, a high-performance embedded computer (HPEC) with a modular, scalable approach to system design and architecture; based on 3U-VPX technology.

The MAGIC1A is designed to improve on a legacy design and deliver the latest in graphics and computer processing in a rugged SWaP-C3 display computer, which aims to ensure seamless integration. This small factor system is engineered to provide next-generation processing and graphics, which is intended to meet rugged computer needs for industrial and military customers.

According to the company, the MAGIC1A serves as an upgrade to its predecessor, the MAGIC1, by delivering increases in power supply capability, an enhanced removable hard drive, and a more modular approach to system design allowing for upgrades over time. The MAGIC1A features harsh environment survivability and reliability ideal for military applications.

Abaco Systems also claims that the MAGIC1A is designed to provide a fully capable next-generation, rugged, mission computing platform with enhanced processing, modern communication interfaces and mission proven Avionics platform I/O. 


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