November 28, 2018, Sugar Land, TX USA – Systel, Inc., an industry leader in rugged computing, will showcase next-generation rugged computing solutions purpose-built for artificial intelligence and deep learning mission sets at the 2018 Army Autonomy and Artificial Intelligence Symposium and Exposition November 28-29, 2018 in booth #205.
Systel’s rugged mission computers, including fully sealed High Performance Embedded Edge Computing (HPEEC) mission computers and high-density rugged rack mount servers, enable autonomous warfare capability, critical to the future fleet of fighting vehicles. Systel’s systems are optimized for battle conditions, engineered to withstand extreme environmental conditions.
“Leveraging advanced computing technologies can help solve mission-critical data processing workloads for the modern warfighter,” says Aneesh Kothari, vice president of marketing for Systel. “Our proven rugged computing solutions enable deep learning and machine learning capabilities to use AI as a force multiplier in-line with the Army’s modernization program. Systel’s single LRU small form factor systems provide advanced sensor capture and data fusion and are SWaP-2C optimized for mission success in multi-domain operations.”
Craig Powell, CD, Systel vice president of global ISR business development, will brief military and civilian leaders on rugged edge computing solutions for artificial intelligence at a “Tech Ten” presentation on Wednesday November 28 1100-1110 in Room 140B at the symposium.
About Systel, Inc.
Systel, Inc is a leading manufacturer of rugged embedded, server, and display computer products and solutions. Systel is headquartered in Sugar Land, Texas, with 30 years of experience in providing complex and advanced computer technologies to military, oil and gas, and manufacturing enterprises worldwide. Systel’s pedigree of capabilities spans numerous platforms and includes some of the most advanced military vehicles such as the US Navy’s ISR/ASW aircraft, General Atomics Predator® and Reaper® UAV fleets, and Counter-UAS Stryker ground vehicles. For more information, visit http://www.systelusa.com or contact Systel via email email@example.com or phone 888.645.8400.