SOSA CONSORTIUM. A group of key contributors to the emerging SOSA Technical Standard teamed up to put together a platform that demonstrates the value of the alignment and interoperability goals driving the SOSA Consortium mission.
SPONSORED VIDEO: Analog Devices components and systems flying on the Mars Perseverance rover - VideoFebruary 19, 2021
NORWOOD, Mass. Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) was chosen by NASA/JPL to deliver a key power-management solution for its state-of-the-art Perseverance rover, which is set to land on the Red Planet today, Thursday, February 18 at approximately 3:55 p.m. Eastern time.
Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) has a reputation as a leader in the aerospace and defense industry as manufacturers have leveraged our technology for over 50 years enabling the warfighter, aviation, and space exploration. While aerospace & eefense manufacturers have often referred to us a “chipmaker,” that characterization is quickly changing to a truer representation of ADI as a “complete systems solutions provider.”
In this episode of the Mil Tech Virtual Toolbox, we spoke with Duc Huy Tran, VP of Global Marketing with Aitech Systems about tools for enabling cybersecurity in military embedded systems and how artificial intelligence (AI) and open architecture initiatives such as the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) are changing the defense electronics landscape.
- New RF FPGA solutions transform EW platforms
- Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) – Taking EW systems to the next level
- Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System to be developed for Korea
- Open architecture SIGINT technology selected for GHOST program
- AI-assisted communications technology debuts from Invisio at AUSA
- Data analysis task order won by CGI for DIA intelligence processing
- Virtual reality architecture developed for Army by Charles River Analytics
- Amphibious version of C-130J aircraft in the works for the U.S. Air Force, built using VR and AI modeling
- Cybersecurity pilot program to automate weapon systems assessments
- Cyberspace and IT support pact worth $600 million signed between USAF Central Command and Trace Systems
- Defense IT spending around the world to top $137 billion by 2030, study says
- Three keys to frictionless zero-trust security
- SDRs: Solving problems in spectrum management
- Better connections assist soldiers to make better decisions faster
- Safely extending 5G into the battlespace
- U.S. military must resolve widespread security threats to harden commercial 5G for the warfighter