This white paper looks at whether Arm’s commercial success can translate to defense and aerospace markets in order to meet the highest DO-254 requirements and fill the Power Architecture void.
Motion controllers are a vital building block in every motion control system, and several factors must be considered when choosing the right-sized motion controller for the application. In this white paper, we discuss those factors, including whether to buy or build.
U.S. Government customers require the market’s most modern commercial security technologies. To keep up with market and technology trends, NSA personnel have proposed several changes in data-at-rest capability package 4.8 and have since published version 5.0. See what’s in this new...
This paper describes strategies for encrypting data-at-rest and in motion, with a particular emphasis on encrypting telemetry data for applications such as flight test.
Addressing Safety and Maintenance Concerns by Combining Flight Recording and Usage Monitoring into a Single Device
Aircraft operators are constantly looking for ways to reduce the size and weight of onboard avionics units. For many operators, a flight recorder (FR) is essential to meet regulatory requirements.
This white paper discusses the factors influencing the switch and recorder units for a distributed FTI system and a single recorder alternative.
The military and aerospace market maintains an insatiable appetite for smaller, lighter, and cheaper. Recent technological breakthroughs in SWaP-C reduction has yielded the introduction of USFF mission computer and networking systems.
Introducing your essential guide to all things MOSA. This white paper explores the MOSA directive, its significance for defense technology, and MOSA-supporting standards like SOSA, CMOSS, VICTORY, GVA, FACE, and OMS/UCI.
This white paper was presented at the 2021 NDIA Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering and Technology Symposium, Vehicle Electronics Architectures Technical Session, August 10-12, 2021.
The increased data from, and desire for more ground control over, onboard data acquisition and recording systems has led to significant interest in bi-directional, Ethernet-like telemetry protocols. The Telemetry Network Standard (TmNS), was recently released in IRIG 106-19 for exactly...