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Data-to-decision: Fueling netcentric defense solutions with the IIoT and fog computing - Story

February 14, 2018
In today's defense arena, traditional tactics using large, fixed systems no longer suffice. A deployed naval strike group might find itself needing to quickly integrate its data systems with those of on-site allies - some of which may be many years older - and process data with these combined platforms in real time. We are now in the era of the industrial internet of things (IIoT), and those who make the most flexible, intelligent use of the data streaming in from a dizzying array of clients have the advantage.

OpenSlice enables shared data between operating systems, platforms - Product

November 13, 2017
Vortex OpenSplice from PrismTech, an ADLINK company, is a commercial and open source implementation of the Object Management Group's Data Distribution Service (OMG DDS) standard. Vortex OpenSplice enables data to be shared and integrated across a wide spectrum of operating systems and pla...

VPX evolution drives ever greater capabilities - Story

April 20, 2017
As VPX completes its first decade since ratification, it is clear this standard is here for the long haul. A healthy competitive marketplace has driven product adoption in actual programs, which have been proven in real combat operations. However, the true strength of VPX is its continuing evolution to keep pace with technological advancements.

3U VPX features processor with mobile Intel QM77 Express chipset for radar applications - Product

November 14, 2016
ADLINK?s rugged 3U VPX 3rd-generation Intel Core i7 processor blade was designed for radar and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) applications. The VPX-3001 Series is a 3U VPX processor blade that features the processor with mobile Intel QM77 Express chipset. It pr...

Designing an embedded application? There's a CPU for that - Story

September 02, 2015
The question isn't whether ARM or x86 is the better architecture, but rather: Which architecture is better for your application? The answer depends on how you prioritize requirements, including power, speed, longevity, compatibility, and more.

High-precision multichannel PXIe systems realize more efficient wind-tunnel testing - Story

August 11, 2014
Simulation tests of aerodynamics are conducted to improve the physical designs of a variety of products so as to enhance overall safety, comfort, and performance. The larger the object being tested, the more complicated the test will be. Test and measurement solutions based on PXI Express (PXIe) architecture can help to simplify and speed up system installation.