Mission Computing Without Limits
Our portfolio of small form factor (SFF) rugged embedded computer solutions elevate mission capability and power decisive advantage. We are laser-focused on the mission profiles of the markets and customers we serve. Our rugged embedded computers are purpose-built to meet your exacting technical, functional, environmental, SWaP, price, and support requirements.
Our embedded computer products and solutions solve complex and challenging problems in areas including AI and machine learning; autonomous vehicles; intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR); distributed networks;, electronic warfare (EW) and cyber warfare (CW); signals intelligence (SIGINT); force protection; unmanned aerial systems (UAS); counter-unmanned aerial systems (C-UAS); unmanned ground vehicles (UGV); and 5G and internet of things (IoT).
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Strike Mission Computers
Strike first, Strike fast!
Small-form-factor (SFF) high-performance embedded computers (HPEC) for video processing mission-critical applications in austere environments.
- Single Line Replaceable Unit (LRU)
- Sensor ingest and data fusion
- Fully rugged and sealed with extended operating temperatures
- 500+ systems deployed to date for defense and commercial applications
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