Learn more about the intricate world of platform power requirements at our 26 June webinar

June 25, 2024
From MIL-STD-1275 to MIL-STD-704, discover how design considerations tackle the diverse power challenges of air and ground vehicles, offering solutions for optimal performance and scalability at the chassis platform level.

NASHUA, N.H. - Military + Aerospace Electronics cordially invite you to a free webinar on 26 June 2024 to learn more about the intricacies of platform power requirements. This event is sponsored by Elma Electronic in Fremont, Calif.  Power considerations can be especially challenging in systems design. There are several initiatives to address wide-range power capabilities including design considerations for thermal variations, filtering, transients, and source quality, for example.

Presenters will discuss how platform power requirements - namely, MIL-STD-1275 and MIL-STD-704 - impact design considerations in addressing the differing power challenges that air and ground vehicles present, including hold-up requirements, power management, and scalability.

In addition chassis platform level design considerations including how to compensate for power sharing, slot management accommodation, and other factors that address the full power subsystem will also be discussed. 
In addition, examples pointing to available solutions for air- and ground-based use cases will also be provided. 
Presenters include David Gash, director of engineering at Behlman Electronics in Hauppauge, N.Y., and  Ken Grob, director of embedded technologies of Elma Electronic.

Gash has 12+ years of experience in power supply solutions for various industries including Embedded Systems and Motor Control.  He is an active participant in open system standards including VITA and SOSA. David holds bachelor's and master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from Stony Brook University.

Grob is He is responsible for driving the Elma's integrated platform solutions. He was the co-owner of a well-respected embedded sub-systems integration company. Grob is a highly respected technical expert in the embedded computing open architectures and a leading contributor to VITA standards and the SOSA Technical Standard. Ken holds a BSEE from Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pa.

Please click here to learn more about this presentation and register for this FREE event. 

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