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Adapting to the extremes of rugged design 09/09/2010

Ruggedisation and reliability are key requirements for a wide range of embedded computing markets, including industrial, medical, airplane or railway applications. Reliable operation is particularly important for safety-critical applications such as ...

The real solution to fake parts 21/10/2009

The high tech supply chain is more vulnerable to counterfeit components than ever before. With increasingly sophisticated criminal, the only way to protect the supply chain is through tool, technology, and new thinking about industrial ...

Risk Management for Counterfeit Materials: The Role of the COTS Board Manufacturer 30/09/2009

The proliferation of counterfeit parts and materials in the electronics industry is becoming increasingly widespread. This situation is forcing the COTS board manufacturers to develop strategies to maintain the integrity and reliability of its ...

Rugged COTS SBCs Leverage Intel® Power Management Features to Deploy Complete Systems 30/09/2009

Intel supports the Aerospace & Defense market with processors and power management features specifically targeted to meet the stringent demands of system integrators designing solutions for harsh environments. Curtiss-Wright Controls leverages ...

Pilatus PC-21- the ideal trainer aircraft for the 21st century 30/09/2009

Imagine a new type of trainer aircraft for the twenty-first century. One that adapts to a student's requirements, transforming its' console to match that of the type of aircraft the training calls for. Read how Pilatus Aircraft Ltd., with ...

Express Logic and Ball Aerospace team up to provide embedded real time software for NASA's 'Deep Impact' space mission. 17/02/2009

On January 12, 2005, NASA, working with the engineers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the University of Maryland, launched Deep Impact’s two piece space probe with the intention of hitting Tempel 1—a comet 80 million miles away. To ...