The Connected Battlefield Blog

Abaco Systems helps military and aerospace organizations minimize program risk and bring programs in on time and on budget. Our integrated, rugged systems solutions are based on a product range that includes single board computers, high performance embedded computing (HPEC), digital signal processing, GPGPU, image processing, sensor processing and avionics. We ally to those products our understanding of applications including ISR, EW, SIGINT, radar, sonar and 360 degree situational awareness. Our customers know that Abaco System brings industry-leading expertise and experience, together with broad and deep customer support.

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Where we’re headed

It's always helpful to get insight into your customers' priorities - and that's what we were able to do at a meeting of the National Defense Industry Association.

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Better isn't always - better...

It's one thing to develop products that outperform competitive alternatives - but a completely different thing to understand what it is that customers really want.

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It's about time

Phillip Henson finds himself at DFW where his thoughts turn to the importance of time and timing - and Abaco's latest product.

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Together, we are stronger

Our business depends on the success of our relationships throughout the value chain. The recent appointment of Dualos is an excellent example.

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Behind the times

Advances in embedded computing hardware - notably the use of heterogeneous architectures - have outstripped the software development tools available. Takyon may be about to change that.

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A message from our CEO

Abaco president and CEO Rich Sorelle looks back over a very positive 12 months for the company, and forward to a year when he expects that success to continue.

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2018: The best of the best

Over the past 12 months, we’ve published around 50 blog posts covering a wide range of topics. You may not have read them all – so here are the six we’d recommend you take a look at.

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Finally - we're there!

As a product manager, there are many aspects to your role that get you really fired up and excited. One of those for me is the build up to launching a new product. We work tightly and intensely in cross-functional, highly matrixed teams across the planet to bring it all together across engineering, marketing communications, supply chain and logistics, legal, sales and channel partners, finance….the list goes on. The public announcement itself is...

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If you don’t ask, you don’t get

In the ninth of his occasional posts on the art of sales, Ian McMurray returns to a favourite subject – the art of closing the deal.

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Setting clockspeed

The pace of change is relentless - and accelerating. When it comes to deploying new products and technologies, time is - more than ever - of the essence if we're to deliver competitive advantage to our warfighters.

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Autonomous Systems in Defense – Robert’s Rules for Robots: Part 2

In part one of this blog, Kevin noted his belief that robotics and autonomous systems will no doubt change the face of the defense industry across all branches and domains. Here, he picks up the story.

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How I chose my new automobile

Recently, Richard Kirk was in the market for a new car. Finding one that exactly met all his requirements proved more difficult than he thought.

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Autonomous Systems in Defense – Robert’s Rules for Robots

Both AUSA and the Intel Federal Summit confirmed - again - that autonomy is the future. We look at the implications, not least in terms of the role of AI.

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GTC DC: GPGPU at the edge

NVIDIA's GTC DC focuses on military and defense applications, and this year, a key topic was how GPGPU technology can be deployed at the edge of the network and the role of AI and ML in autonomous platforms.

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5 ways you might not expect to be cyber attacked, and how we mitigate them

There are obvious ways in which your system could suffer from a cyber attack - and some less obvious ones.

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