Avionics data record/store/transfer system from Mercury for faster, more secure operationsPress Release
August 18, 2021
ANDOVER, Mass. Mercury Systems has announced the availability of its new avionics data recorder, storage, and transfer system, built for the purpose of giving air and operations crews with intuitive high-speed secure and reliable data exchange.
According to the company announcement, the new system is aimed at use in both rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft to enable critical intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) applications.
The family of newly introduced products include the High Definition Video Recorder (HDVR), highly scalable convection-cooled recorders designed for platforms needing high-fidelity data capacity, video and audio compression, and faster read/write speeds. The Advanced Data Transfer Systems (ADTS) feature fast data transfer with 1,000 MB/s data transfer speeds, 100 MB/s+ SATA read/write speeds, crash-survivable memory options, and encryption to speed information exchange and protect data during mission-critical operations. In addition, the Data Storage Systems are network attached storage (NAS) units engineered to deliver high-performance multilevel security in remote, inhospitable environments that are also platform-agnostic and intended for use in data-intensive critical missions.
All systems are built with modular, open architectures, according to Mercury Systems officials.