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Military-vehicle vision systems contract garners OSS a $1.3 million Army nod - NewsFebruary 14, 2023
WEST 2023 CONFERENCE & EXPOSITION -- SAN DIEGO. One Stop Systems (OSS -- Escondido, California) has won an order from the U.S. Army worth $1.3 million for the design, development, and prototyping of a ruggedized compute visualization system for use on Army ground vehicles to boost visualization and safety for the operators, with the opportunity to add artificial intelligence (AI) features in the future.
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By Braden Cooper, One Stop Systems
Artificial intelligence (AI) in the military electronics industry is growing at a surreal rate. Recent innovations in various fields have coincided to bring the most powerful advancements in computing, sensor technology, and software to mission-critical scenarios. Just as GPUs continue to outpace Moore’s law in terms of raw compute power, new sensor and networking interfaces bring larger and larger data sets in need of computing. These new technologies provide a key opportunity to bring the power of commercial and scientific AI advancements to military-transportable installations. The primary distinctions (and obstacles) between civilian data center-type AI applications and military-transportable deployments are the environmental, power, and security requirements of the missions.