Systel Launches Sparrow-Strike USFF Edge Processor
Washington, D.C., USA – Systel, an industry leader in rugged computing announced the product introduction of Sparrow-Strike at the 2023 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition. Sparrow-Strike is an ultra-small-form-factor (USFF) MIL-SPEC rugged edge mission computer.
Designed using a Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) with a modular chassis and architecture design, integrating either the NVIDIA Jetson Orin NX edge AI system on module (SOM) or an Intel x86-based processor, Sparrow-Strike provides the performance and flexibility demanded by emerging autonomous and uncrewed missions, in an ultra-compact and lightweight form factor.
Sparrow-Strike is engineered to withstand austere environments and is SWaP-optimized for integration and deployment in highly space-constrained platforms.
“Sparrow-Strike is a prime example of our disruptive approach to the defense sector; we are bringing products not PowerPoints to customers by identifying problem spaces and bringing breakthrough innovative products to market in a timely manner to help solve those problems,” said Brian Russell, vice president of product for Systel. “We are excited to see Sparrow-Strike take flight with a highly modular architecture and design approach.”
Systel, Inc.® is a leading manufacturer of rugged computer products and solutions with a core value proposition of delivering rugged compute superiority where mission meets critical. Founded in 1988, Systel’s pedigree of capabilities spans numerous advanced platforms with thousands of successful deployments in the defense and commercial sectors. Systel’s rugged compute solutions are designed and manufactured for continuous operation under the most extreme and austere environmental conditions. All Systel products are proudly made in the USA in the company’s headquarters in Sugar Land, TX. Systel is AS9100:2016 and ISO 9001:2015 certified. For more information, please visit systelusa.com.
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