The SBC347D 3U VPX single board computer can operate at full performance even at temperatures as high as 75°C. Here, Brian Hoden, Principle Mechanical Engineer, explains the cooling technology that makes this possible.
Upgrading the network infrastructure on a warship is a significant task, with many unique challenges. The US Navy was looking to leverage the benefits of fully managed Ethernet switches, using a common, flexible operating environment across the fleet – while retaining its legacy systems.
The AW139 is said to be the best-selling helicopter in its weight category and the most successful helicopter programme in the last 15 years. It has benefited from numerous technology upgrades – like the Abaco-enabled OPLS.
Leonardo was looking to integrated new, advanced capabilities into its range of rotary wing aircraft to increase their capacity for mission success. Advanced graphics would make a substantial contribution to reducing pilot workload and enhancing situational awareness.
AI and machine learning are enabling new levels of capability in mission critical environments. CMRE took advantage in order to increase the efficiency and safety of unmanned underwater vehicles in detecting naval mines.
The Abrams Tank has seen a series of upgrades in its 40 year history. General Dynamics chose Abaco’s SBCs, graphics cards and network switches for two major technology refreshes that have delivered more functionality in less space.
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Enabled by Abaco's Lightning systems architecture, the GVC2000 rugged small form factor HPEC display computer features the 12-core Intel® Xeon® D processor coupled with NVIDIA®'s GM107 GPU and the I/O flexibility of the Abaco expansion module to deliver high performance and remarkable flexibility.