Experts discuss VITA 46 issues and challenges in Military & Aerospace Electronics webcast

NASHUA, N.H. 29, September 2005 - Three leaders in the VME community discussed the challenges facing designers of solutions based on the VITA 46 standard today in the "VITA 46: Strategies, risks, and opportunities" Webcast produced by Military & Aerospace Electronics Online and sponsored by Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing, Elma Electronic, and SBS Technologies.

NASHUA, N.H. 29, September 2005 - Three leaders in the VME community discussed the challenges facing designers of solutions based on the VITA 46 standard today in the "VITA 46: Strategies, risks, and opportunities" Webcast produced by Military & Aerospace Electronics Online and sponsored by Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing, Elma Electronic, and SBS Technologies.

Ray Alderman, executive director of the VME International Trade Association (VITA), Mark Heslep, head of the Embedded Solutions Team at Mitre Corp., and Jim Robles, senior fellow at the Boeing Co., made presentations on the issues facing VITA 46 standardization and fielded questions from an audience of more than 100 participants.

The panel of experts gave their views on VITA 46 issues, and addressed questions from our online audience.

The presentations covered basic fabric architectures related to VITA 46, technology requirements of major military platforms, implementation challenges, and other important issues.

To register to view the VITA 46: Strategies, risks, and opportunities webcast go to http://mae.pennnet.com/webcast/list_webcasts.cfm.

Also, be sure to check out the November issue of Military & Aerospace Electronics for more in depth coverage of the "VITA 46: Strategies, risks, and opportunities" webcast.

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