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Mercury Systems announces SOSA aligned development platform to simplify complex subsystem design - ProductOctober 28, 2021
ANDOVER, Mass. Mercury Systems, Inc. has announced the Model 8257A Development Platform aligned to the Sensor Open Systems Architecture Technical Standard.
Maintaining a tactical advantage in EW (electronic warfare) has become one of the highest priorities for defense organizations. Ongoing development of innovative strategies and evolution of technologies are necessary to counter new threats and to exploit new targets.
While increased performance and system-level functionality drive unprecedented possibilities, disruptive technologies are necessary to meet industry requirements and maintain spectrum dominance in radar and electronic warfare (EW) systems.
ANDOVER, Mass. Mercury Systems reports that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire mission-critical avionics provider Avalex Technologies, which is based in Gulf Breeze, Florida.
SOSA aligned sensor processing platform from Mercury Systems runs successful demo at Open Group TIM - NewsSeptember 14, 2021
U.S. ARMY FACE and SOSA TECHNICAL INTERCHANGE MEETING -- HUNTSVILLE, Ala. Mercury Systems reports a successful demonstration of its Model 8256 Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) aligned development platform at the U.S. Army FACE and SOSA Technical Interchange Meeting (TIM), held today (September 14) in Huntsville, Alabama.
Avionics data record/store/transfer system from Mercury for faster, more secure operations - Press ReleaseAugust 18, 2021
ANDOVER, Mass. Mercury Systems has announced the availability of its new avionics data recorder, storage, and transfer system, built for the purpose of giving air and operations crews with intuitive high-speed secure and reliable data exchange.
The Department of Defense has released the official budget request for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022, and it’s a big one. Among its hundreds of pages and multiple chapters, those interested can find information and statistics regarding where defense spending and funding may be headed come next year. However, looking through all of the dense material can be an arduous process, so Military Embedded Systems will help filter it a little. In the second episode of On the Radar, Emma Helfrich and John McHale discuss the first three of six total highlights pulled from the Innovation and Modernization chapter of the FY 2022 budget request and explain how they may influence the trajectory of military electronics. Topics covered include funding for science and technology research, advanced capability enablers, and space-based systems. With an overall goal of maintaining technological superiority over adversaries, Helfrich and McHale chat about how the DoD is preparing to innovate.