Industries

We support numerous defense and commercial markets and verticals with rugged computing solutions purpose-built for mission success in austere environments.

Rugged Compute for Uncompromising Missions

We are proud to support a vast and diverse customer base, with products deployed globally. We have over 30 years of experience providing advanced computer technologies to military, oil and gas, and manufacturing enterprises.

Industries we support with COTS and MCOTS standards-based and MOSA-aligned rugged computing solutions include:

  • Defense
  • Energy
  • Manufacturing
  • Transportation
  • Logistics
  • Law Enforcement
  • Automation

Defense

Proudly supporting US DoD and allied nations, providing best-in-class computing technology to the modern warfighter.

  • US Army
  • US Marine Corps
  • US Navy
  • US Air Force
  • US Coast Guard
  • Allied Nations Armed Forces

Commercial

Our company has its roots serving telecommunications and oil and gas customers and we are proud to continue our focus on supporting numerous mission-critical commercial industries and applications. 

  • Oil and Gas
  • Transportation Surveying and Maintenance
  • Process and Factory Automation
  • Manufacturing
  • Autonomous Vehicles
  • Inspection and Monitoring
  • Airborne Law Enforcement (ALE)

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A Primer on Video Encoding

Whenever you watch a video – whether it is streamed over a network or downloaded onto a device – the chances are that the original files have been compressed and the file size shrunk to make it more manageable for the bandwidth and storage available to you at the time. This compression is known as video encoding and it is a hugely important process to ensure that video data can be stored and transmitted efficiently, even over constrained networks where bandwidth is limited.

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Systel Joins Maritime Sustainment Technology and Innovation Consortium as 300th Member

MSTIC, established by The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD), is pleased to announce the achievement of its milestone 300th member, Systel, Inc. located out of Sugar Land, Texas. Systel designs and manufactures rugged computing solutions purpose-built for mission-critical applications in austere environments.

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Rugged Computer Manufacturer Systel Announces Brand Refresh

Systel is proud to announce its new brand, “Any Mission. Anywhere.” With a complete brand refresh, including new logo, brand identity, and messaging, Systel has modernized the presentation of its core value proposition, delivering rugged compute superiority for where mission meets critical.

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Ruggedized Computer Data Storage 101

Ruggedized storage solutions are critical for defense and industrial applications, giving users the capability to securely store different types of data that is collected during missions and operations. For demanding applications, it is vital that storage solutions are encrypted and expertly ruggedized to ensure that data is not lost or compromised as a result of the adverse and challenging conditions.

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AI in Defense – Enabling Decision Dominance

Artificial intelligence is being used to help make decisions on the battlefield, greatly reducing the cognitive burden on the warfighter and freeing them to concentrate on what is critical their mission.

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What is MIL-STD-810H?

MIL-STD-810 is one of the most well-known mil-spec standards with widespread usage as a benchmark for ensuring high-performance in austere environmental conditions. In this blog, we take a detailed look at the latest revision - MIL-STD-810H - and what is required for equipment to pass this rigorous set of standards.

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MOSA Virtual Summit Recap

Systel was excited to participate in the MOSA Virtual Summit hosted by Military Embedded Systems on February 23, 2022. Systel's session, "Applying a MOSA Strategy Across Multiple Domains," covered cross-domain solutions.

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Applying a MOSA Strategy Across Multiple Domains

MOSA is not just about open architectures like SOSA, FACE, or CMOSS, but it also involves how the optimal initiatives and standards can applied across all domains – air, sea, land, space, cyber, and spectrum – to create a MOSA ecosystem.

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Strike First, Strike Fast: Critical JADC2 Enabling Technologies for Mission Success

Here’s the problem – there is a massive proliferation of HD sensors in the modern battlespace, creating an enormous amount of “Big Data.” Data is collected at numerous ingest points and streamed to processing nodes, providing the ability to act in real-time.

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Systel Joins the Open Group SOSA Consortium

Systel, Inc.®, an industry leader in rugged computer hardware solutions, announced today that it is has joined The Open Group SOSA™ (Sensor Open Systems Architecture) Consortium.

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Artificial Intelligence and the Human-Machine Interface Podcast

The third and final episode of the Artificial Intelligence on the Battlefield podcast looks more closely at the future of the human-machine interface.

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AUSA 2021 AI Showcase

Kevin Leitch, director of business development, discusses the AI showcase "Detect and Protect" in our booth during the 2021 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition.

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AUSA 2021 Military Embedded Systems Interview

Military Embedded Systems conducted a booth interview with us during the 2021 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition. We discussed Kite-Strike, our new rugged Jetson Xavier AI mission computer, along with current deployments/applications and a recent successful demonstration at Project Convergence 2021 (PC21).

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AUSA 2021 MIL-STD Rugged Demonstration

Michael Ponder, program manager, and Nathan Kyle, engineering design manager discuss the vibration and sand/dust simulation machines running in our booth during the 2021 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition.

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2021 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition
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