Aerospace Tech Week 2021 Recap

13 December 2021
Aerospace Tech Week 2021 Recap

The long delayed Aerospace Tech Week finally took place in Toulouse, France in November. Aerospace Tech Week is Europe's largest Aerospace Technology Exhibition showcasing the latest innovations and technology solutions for the aerospace industry.
Abaco featured our small form factor FORCE2C Mission Computer which provides a rugged platform for a range of avionics applications. Of particular interest to many customers was the flight-safety certifiable element the FORCE2C provides, with supporting DO-254 artefact packages available for formal system Certification up to DAL-A. 
Other hardware on display included our GVC1001, an ultra-high performance graphics, vision and AI computer. Based around NVIDIA® Jetson AGX Xavier™ Deep Learning-enabled SoM, the small form factor rugged unit provides a platform for many aerospace applications including autonomous vehicles, EO/IR processing, Degraded Visual Environment (DVE), display processing, moving map, hyperspectral sensor fusion, synthetic aperture radar processing and more.
Aerospace Tech Week is expected to return to its previous home in Munich in the spring of 2023. We look forward to meeting with industry colleagues there.

Paul Lamb

Paul joined Abaco as the Director of Business Development in May 2020. Previously, he was a Sales and Business Development Manager at Curtiss-Wright. Prior to Curtiss-Wright, he had positions at Mentor Graphics, Wind River and Radstone.  Paul has an Aeronautical and Electronic Engineering background following his apprenticeship in the Royal Air Force, where he spent 9 years as an avionics engineer.