Hundreds of millions of years ago, creatures worked out to how to see and make sense of the world around them. Now, deep learning uses the knowledge we've gained over time about how our eyes learn - enabling powerful computers to see things pretty much the way we do.
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Software Challenges When Developing Applications for Multiprocessor Embedded Systems
The ideal software tool should not only support the entire development process from visualization through to verification - it should also be portable, scalable, intuitive and easy to use. This white paper describes such a tool.
We have the broadest range of COTS rugged embedded computing products in the industry – from data capture to information delivery – enabling our customers to create entire systems from a single source.
Recent Connected Battlefield Posts
FPGA technology is characterized by its versatility. Widely deployed in military applications in multi-channel radar, for example, the speed and flexibility FPGAs offer find them put to use in some remarkable environments – such as particle physics research.
Today’s increasing focus on innovations that utilize the modularity of COTS technology indicates that a future of readily available, mission-specific embedded computing technology isn’t far off.
Before retiring, Abaco’s embedded computing expert Richard Spiesman reflects on advancements in embedded form factors, silicon technology and more.
As today’s military applications require more data, more channels and more speed, radar applications are feeling the pressure. Fortunately, there’s a new way to get the performance you need.
We’re committed to keeping our warfighters safe and effective with our embedded computing systems—and our ongoing support of the Blue Angels Foundation.
We had a productive and enjoyable week at EW Europe discussing the challenges facing electronic warfare providers—and we didn’t let a little bad weather rain on our parade.
We had another great show at CANSEC this year, connecting with our customers and showing the industry some truly next-generation systems.
Embedded computers in mil/aero have traditionally been point solutions. But high customization often slows time-to-deployment. Shouldn’t there be a way to get the best of both worlds?
Meeting I/O requirements in embedded systems once caused major challenges and performance tradeoffs. With a modular embedded I/O approach, that’s no longer the case.
How does our OpenWare Ethernet switch management software deliver the flexibility and functionality you need? We built it with the perfect balance of open source and proprietary tools. Here’s how.
We’ve always believed in the power of open source software to deliver flexible and secure performance—and with our OpenWare switch management package, we’re bringing that power to our customers.
GTC 2017 came to an amazing end when we were able to show NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang our latest use of his company’s technology: the GVC1000.
The AI revolution was well underway on day three of GTC 2017, with amazing breakthroughs and exciting demonstrations from start to finish.
This week, we’re setting up shop in Istanbul for IDEF: the Middle East’s largest defense trade show, and an exciting opportunity to showcase what makes Abaco special.
With exciting demos on AI and deep learning ready to go—plus the reveal of Project Elroy drawing closer—we're eagerly awaiting the start of GTC 2017!
Developers love the speed and power of GPU processing…but image visualization has been a major hurdle. Now, there’s an easier way to complete the GPU picture.
Abaco wrapped up our participation at the Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit in Nashville. It was a great success; it...
Rotorcraft and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are all on display at this year’s annual Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit here...
For Army Aviation applications, blind spots can spell disaster—and the image processing solution we unveiled at this year’s Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit delivers visibility like never before.