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Upper Saddle River, New Jersey 07458
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Mercury Systems
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SOSA aligned, DAL-certifiable mission computer launched by Mercury - News

May 23, 2022

ANDOVER, Mass. Mercury Systems announced its new Avionics Modular Mission Platform (AMMP), what it calls the industry's first and only SOSA aligned, DAL-certifiable, 3U OpenVPX mission computer that leverages artificial intelligence (AI) and autonomous capabilities. 


Speed Development, Lower Cost. Reduce risk with open standards. - Eletter Product

May 05, 2022

SOSA aligned platform accelerates development with a proven solution


PRODUCT OF THE WEEK: Mercury Systems’ SOSA aligned, 3U VPX, Development Platform - Story

April 18, 2022

This week’s product, the Mercury Systems’ Model 8257A Development Platform A/D, is aligned with the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Technical Standard and features a a single-slot 3U VPX backplane and integrated power supply. The solution enables engineers to accelerate development of their sensor processing applications for radar, electronic warfare, and other platforms in an easy-to-use SOSA aligned desktop environment, saving time and money.


RF system-in-package tech to support C4ISR capabilities - News

March 31, 2022

ANDOVER, Mass. Mercury Systems, Inc. has announced that it received a $4 million order from a leading commercial technology company for advanced silicon packaging to be used in electronic warfare, AESA beamforming, and C4ISR systems.


Avionics for vertical heavy-lift use nabs contract win for Mercury Systems - News

March 25, 2022

ANDOVER, Mass. Mercury Systems won a contract worth $24 million contract award from a leading defense prime contractor for avionics systems that will be used in a rotary-wing platform for the vertical heavy-lift market. 


Why MOSA matters: How MOSA is shaping the future of unmanned systems - Story

March 07, 2022

Modern aerospace and defense platforms, especially in the growing field of unmanned vehicles, need more processing capability for compute-intense applications including AI, sensor processing, and fusion in avionics, that can be easily refreshed with new technology to meet new threats while keeping costs down and speeding time to market. Simplifying integration using an open architecture approach facilitates better affordability, scalability, interoperability, and sustainability across the entire military embedded ecosystem.