ARLINGTON, Va.—Engineers at Cisco Systems have developed router technology through their own research and development that heals broken or weak network connections in military on-the-move applications.
ST. GALLEN, Switzerland—The Smart NanoBattery from mPhase Technologies Inc., a microfluidics and nanotechnology development company in Little Falls, N.J., can supply primary or backup power for wireless sensors and other electronic devices.
PARSIPPANY, N.J.—DRS Technologies Inc. in Parsippany, N.J., has completed full-power testing, as required by the U.S. Navy, of its power-dense permanent magnet motor (PMM) and drive at the U.S. Navy’s integrated power system (IPS) land-based test site (LBTS) in Philadelphia.
LADSON, S.C.—Representatives of Force Protection Industries Inc. in Ladson, S.C., together with officials from the U.S. government and the British Ministry of Defence (MOD), rolled out the first five Ridgback armored combat vehicles.
Engineers at Northrop Grumman Corp. in Redondo Beach, Calif., completed integrating all electronic units of the payload module for the third Advanced Extremely High Frequency (EHF) military communications satellite.
SAN DIEGO—Lockheed Martin engineers in Bethesda, Md., are developing network-centric, data-distribution and -visualization technologies to speed decision making at the U.S. Navy’s Maritime Headquarters with Maritime Operations Center (MOC) in San Diego.
GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms in Charlottesville, Va., is introducing the XMCV5 mezzanine card with Xilinx Virtex-5 field-programmable gate array (FPGA) technology for ground-mobile, aircraft, and naval applications like radar, sonar, signals intelligence (SIGINT), and image processing.
Themis Computer in Fremont, Calif., is introducing the TC2D64 high-performance, low-power VMEbus single-board computers (SBCs) for severe commercial and military applications that involve shocks as strong as 30 Gs.
GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms in Charlottesville, Va., is introducing the 6U VME V7812 dual-slot single-board computer with the Intel Xeon dual- or quad-core processor and ATI Radeon M72 graphics module for demanding military, industrial, and commercial applications, such as data encryption, flight simulation control, and video compression.
Emerson Network Power in Carlsbad, Calif., is introducing a high-efficiency, 100–150 watt AC-DC power supply for information technology equipment (ITE), light industrial systems, and low-power medical, dental, and laboratory applications.
Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing in Cambridge, England, is introducing a rugged, conduction-cooled dual-channel video compression/decompression PMC board called the Orion CC for VME and CompactPCI systems that require distribution and/or storage of video sensor information.
The Customs Administration at Abu Dhabi, the largest emirate of the United Arab Emirates, required x-ray detection systems with which to scan cargo trucks, passenger vehicles, and containers at strategic border checkpoints.
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