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February 13, 2018
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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.
Lightning-enabled small form factor mission/graphics computerview product
FMC422 FPGA Mezzanine Card
Dual Camera Link FMCview product
Fully Managed 3U VPX 10/40GigE Ethernet Switchview product
Rugged single board computer featuring Intel’s latest ‘Kaby Lake’ processorview product
Recent Connected Battlefield Posts
In the first part of this 2-part post, we look at the strategic imperative of dominating the electromagnetic spectrum, and the trends driving development such as the need for wider bandwidth and higher channel counts.
Having reminisced about what he felt were the shortcomings of static analysis as a debugging tool, John Thomson updates us on how its latest iteration caused him to think differently about its value.
Just because something didn't used to seem to work very well, doesn't mean it still doesn't - as John Thomson finds out when he revisits static analysis, a software technique designed to improve the quality of software code.
In this post, we review the actions Abaco is taking in respect of vulnerabilities uncovered by Google Project Zero that have the potential to impact our customers' systems.
At the International Armoured Vehicles show in London this week, no fewer than 41 countries are represented with much discussion of cost of ownership, retrofit/modernization and the value of open architectures.
Today finds us at Electronic Warfare 2018 in Warsaw, Poland where military, government agencies and industry organizations are meeting to discuss the future of battlefield technology.
It's the beginning of another year, and perhaps you've resolved that this will be the year you fully evaluate what OpenVPX may be able to do for you. Here, Ross Newman outlines how to get started, and describes how Abaco can help.
In the first of our posts looking forward over the coming 12 months, the beginning of the year finds Larry Schaffer in philosophical mood. In this blog post, he looks at one of the most exciting - yet challenging - developments in technology as the day of the truly autonomous vehicle draws ever closer.
In the second half of the year. The Connected Battlefield covered topics as diverse as deep learning and the latest developments in processors, touching on autonomous vehicles along the way - and how we revolutionized mission ready systems to deliver exactly what our customers want, but far faster and at lower cost than would be possible with in-house development.
Our blog has featured a new post every week - sometimes, more than one. Here, we look back at some of the highlights of the first half of the year.
Many in the military are convinced that AI is a hugely relevant technology for the future. Here, David Tetley agrees - and explains how some of the barriers to implementing it can be overcome.
Demonstrations at AOC brought out the video gamer in Haydn Nelson - but they also got him to thinking about the value Abaco brings.
Last week, we were supporting Presagis at the company's VAPS User Group meeting in London. Colin Davies describes some of the innovations he saw in cockpit user interfaces.
Ross Newman was with our partner in the Netherlands, Arcobel, at Purple Rain 2017, to hear about the latest developments in C4I interoperability and situational awareness.
Larry Schaffer discusses the impasse that regularly afflicts setting the US defense budget - but sees reasons to be hopeful.
In the seventh of his occasional series on sales skills, Ian McMurray bemoans what seems to be the passing of the killer demo - the one that brings it all together, and makes the order inevitable.
When you're being given more information than you can deal with, it's said to be like drinking from a fire hose. In this post. Haydn Nelson describes how that can be no less of a problem for bandwidth-intensive applications - and how the challenge can be addressed.
The quest for autonomous vehicles is one shared by both the military and the commercial sector. Recently, Ross Newman checked out the latest developments in the UK, and found that the two industries have much in common.
Creating computing solutions that are easy to upgrade in a rapidly-changing application and technology environment sees us increasingly turn to making them modular, as Haydn Nelson explains.
GTC Europe is a must-attend event for anyone involved with NVIDIA technology, artificial intelligence and deep learning. This year, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang didn't disappoint a packed house as he outlined his company's vision of what the future might hold.