The growing deployment of single board computers in military systems brings with it a number of engineering challenges.
As the need for data security increases, the need to support both encrypted data and less sensitive data within the same system is also on the rise.
Jerry Gipper with VITA Technologies describes how the aerospace and defense applications must support higher-bandwidth sensor input, more complex intersystem communications, and greater security...
The aerospace and defense embedded COTS market has started to see whole new classes of small and ultra-small line-replaceable unit (LRU) offerings.
David Blaza, in the ARM Connected Community, writes about the importance of ARM processors in the Embedded Computing Boards market.
Aaron Frank and Jacob Sealander discuss meeting SWaP targets of traditional ISR platforms.
Andrea Schott of Curtiss-Wright discusses the defense and aerospace rugged-systems market's demand for a wide range of computing capabilities at extreme environmental conditions.
Aaron Frank & Marc Couture discuss the challenges 40 Gbps Ethernet faces in VxWorks environments and ho RoCE-enhanced BSPs can take full advantage of this high-speed I/O.
Jerry Gipper with VITA Technologies discusses how ARM processors are showing up in Single Board Computers and FPGA processor cards that require SWaP.
Erik Schechter with C4ISR & Networks Magazine discusses how the military has been putting a greater emphasis on resilient vehicle electronics.