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Innovators in the area of commercial semiconductors are continuously developing new capabilities in silicon; defense system designers can leverage these advances to build open architecture-based processing solutions. When intelligently packaged for reliable deployment at the edge, the latest commercial data center technologies can advance mission capabilities for the defense and aerospace sector.
ANDOVER, Mass. Mercury Systems announced that it delivered the processing hardware for the U.S. Army’s first six Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor (LTAMDS) radars, being built by Raytheon (an RTX business).
ANDOVER, Massachusetts. Mercury Systems has won a contract from PIT-RADWAR S.A., a supplier to the Republic of Poland’s Armed Forces, to provide processing power upgrades to a Polish radar system, the company announced in a statement.
ANDOVER, Massachusetts. Mercury Systems has won a five-year contract from U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) to provide digital head-up displays for T-45 Goshawk training aircraft, the company announced in a statement.
As technologies evolve, government defense organizations steadily evolve electronic warfare (EW) solutions to counteract and then surpass capabilities of their adversaries by leapfrogging each other in an ongoing mission imperative to maintain dominance. Essential functions of EW systems are acquiring RF [radio frequency] signals of interest and then performing the required signal-processing tasks to deliver an effective response. This fosters new technologies and architectures that boost performance levels in both operations.
Cockpits featuring multifunction avionics, large touch screen displays, advanced communication systems, high performance/low consumption solutions, and artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities will be part of the future daily life of military pilots.