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8358 Maple Pl
P.O. Box 3689
Rancho Cucamonga, California 91730
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Best In Show awards at AUSA 2023: Excellence in embedded computing, cyber, radar/EW, and more - Story

October 09, 2023

WASHINGTON. Military Embedded Systems is pleased to announce the winners of its Best In Show awards at this week's Association of the United States Army (AUSA) annual conference.


GUEST BLOG: Why Ukraine needs battle tanks: The technologies behind the multinational pledges to bolster Ukraine’s front lines - Blog

March 13, 2023

A year ago, sending NATO battle tanks to a non-NATO nation fighting a war against Russia would've been unthinkable. Kyiv’s long campaign for support from western nations seemed to fall on deaf ears, even though many experts agreed that the need was there. Now, however, Germany, Denmark, and other European nations are sending Leopard 1 A5 and Leopard 2 A6 tanks to Ukraine; Britain has sent a squadron of Challenger 2s; and the U.S. is sending a battalion of 31 M1A2 Abrams tanks.


GMS launches SOSA aligned SBC, OpenVPX chassis at WEST 2023 show - News

February 15, 2023

WEST 2023 CONFERENCE & EXPOSITION -- SAN DIEGO. General Micro Systems (GMS -- Rancho Cucamonga, California) introduced several products intended for battlefield use at the WEST 2023 trade show this week in San Diego.


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.


OpenVPX boards and chassis from GMS used for U.S. Army systems debuts at AUSA 2022 - News

October 10, 2022

AUSA 2022 ANNUAL MEETING & EXPOSITION -- Washington, D.C. General Micro Systems (GMS) introduced a new product family of 3U and 6U OpenVPX computer boards, peripherals, and ATR-style chassis for use in U.S. Army ground, air, communications, and weapons systems at the AUSA show this week.