The U.S. Navy depends increasingly on unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) technology for marine reconnaissance, surveillance, target acquisition, and other tasks with the potential to put human lives in danger.
Military communications experts from CTI in California, Md., and Rockwell Collins Inc. in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, demonstrated real-time IRC over a HF radio link using ALE to show the operational viability of providing IRC capabilities to aircraft, land vehicles, fixed-base land sites, surface ships, and submarines using military HF radio communications.
iRobot Corp. in Bedford, Mass., chose the DeepSea G3 Embedded Vision System (EVS) from TYZX in Menlo Park, Calif., to provide real-time vision and depth perception for selected new developments in autonomous military robots.
The L-3 Communications GCS subsidiary (L-3 GCS) in Victor, N.Y., will provide its Panther very small aperture terminal (VSAT) manpack satellite communications systems to the U.S. Special Operations Command.
Persistent surveillance experts at the U.S. Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division Lakehurst at Lakehurst Naval Air Station, N.J., needed technology solutions for persistent intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance on small unmanned aerial vehicles.
Hittite Microwave Corp. in Chelmsford, Mass., is introducing two ultra-low-noise programmable frequency divider RF and microwave components for signal generation in military communications applications.
Mercury Computer Systems Inc. in Chelmsford, Mass., is introducing the Ensemble 6000 Series 6U OpenVPX Intel Core i7-based LDS6520 single-board computer for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) applications.
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