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The Military Embedded Systems publications are the most complete resources for developers and integrators of embedded military systems. The Resource Guide, website, and the limited production magazine (this year mailed to 35,000 engineers, managers, decision makers, US DOD personnel, and other industry professionals) can be used as year-round resources for engineers, companies, and decision makers looking for embedded products ranging from software, development tools, hardware, systems, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS), technology insertion, end of life mitigation, and myriad other military-specific technical subjects

The Military Embedded Systems publications are the most complete resources for developers and integrators of embedded military systems. The Resource Guide, website, and the limited production magazine (this year mailed to 35,000 engineers, managers, decision makers, US DOD personnel, and other industry professionals) can be used as year-round resources for engineers, companies, and decision makers looking for embedded products ranging from software, development tools, hardware, systems, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS), technology insertion, end of life mitigation, and myriad other military-specific technical subjects
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The Military Embedded Systems publications are the most complete resources for developers and integrators of embedded military systems. The Resource Guide, website, and the limited production magazine (this year mailed to 35,000 engineers, managers, decision makers, US DOD personnel, and other industry professionals) can be used as year-round resources for engineers, companies, and decision makers looking for embedded products ranging from software, development tools, hardware, systems, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS), technology insertion, end of life mitigation, and myriad other military-specific technical subjects

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Thermal management challenges in military systems

9/27/2019
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Thermal management of electronics in military systems is a continuous challenge for designers as the aircraft, ground systems, and naval platforms become more complex. In this podcast with thermal management expert Gerry Janicki, Vice President, Meggitt Defense Systems, he discusses challenges, requirements, and design trends trends in military-electronics thermal management. He also details how thermal management needs to be thought of from the ground up on new designs and in tandem with...

Duration:00:22:51

Military unmanned aircraft and counter-drone market update

6/28/2019
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The military unmanned aircraft market is considered a mature market, but a market that is growing in the U.S. and globally thanks to the increases in defense spending worldwide. The U.S. has made cyber and unmanned technology a priority, says Mike Blades, Vice President of Research and Consulting for Aerospace, Defense, and Security in the Americas at Frost and Sullivan, in this podcast. He also covers the latest trends from the commercial unmanned aircraft systems (UASs) market and how...

Duration:00:42:07

Driving open architectures in F-35 avionics and other military platforms.

5/10/2019
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Open architectures will make tech refreshes such as the latest avionics modernization (Technology Refresh 3 (TR3)) on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and other platforms much more efficient and cost effective in the long run. In the latest McHale Report Podcast, Bryant Henson, vice president and general manager for Harris Corporation’s Electronic Systems Avionics Business Unit details how through the open architecture approach, the F-35's next-gen Integrated Core Processor (ICP) is targeted to...

Duration:00:17:21

Countering complex battlefield threats, faster DoD acquisition process, game-changing AI, and more

1/31/2019
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Lessons learned in combat situations like Ukraine and anti-access area denial (A2/AD) environments have given U.S. defense planners a better understanding of the technological capabilities of near peer adversaries such as Russia and China, how the U.S. falls behind these threats, and an understanding of how they can catch up by leveraging technology such as distributed computing, artificial intelligence, for applications such as electronic warfare, cyber security, hypersonic technology and...

Duration:00:30:21

RFSoC enabling radar/electronic warfare systems

6/11/2018
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The insatiable need for bandwidth and data from military radar and electronic warfare systems is continuing to put pressure on embedded signal processing designers to deliver innovation at the board and chip level. In this podcast, our guest, David Gamba, Aerospace and Defense Core Vertical Markets Director at Xilinx discusses how FPGAs enable this innovation especially from an RF system-on-chip (SoC) perspective. In the podcast he details his company's new RFSoC family -- Xilinx Zynq...

Duration:00:19:41

Speeding up DoD acquisition process, military AI applications, DoD budget increase

4/26/2018
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The U.S. Department of Defense Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 budget request is considerably higher than last year with more funding slated for upgrades of air, land, and sea platforms. In this podcast with Mike MacPherson, Vice President, Strategic Planning, Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions, he discusses the impact for the budget increase on the defense electronics industry and what applications -- radar, unmanned systems, electronic warfare, etc. He also opines on the technology driving innovation...

Duration:00:27:03

Deciphering the counter-UAV market

4/5/2018
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Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones are proliferating beyond the battlefield into the commercial and consumer markets. However, many see them as more a threat than a benefit. As a result a market for counter-UAV technology has spun out and is growing fast. In this podcast with Mike Blades, Research Director, North America, for Frost & Sullivan, he discusses the two different markets for counter-UAV technology -- commercial and defense -- the types of solutions popular within each...

Duration:00:29:17

Military Embedded Systems - Cognitive radio, spectrum management, SDR tech development

2/28/2018
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Cognitive radio and spectrum management continue to drive innovation among military communication system designers to enable more capability and faster decision making for warfighters. Efficient spectrum management is becoming especially important as the spectrum gets more crowded and as the U.S.Department of Defense is considering naming the spectrum as another warfare domain like cyber. In this podcast sponsored by Pentek with Manuel Uhm, Director of Marketing, Ettus Research, a National...

Duration:00:28:19

Military Embedded Systems - Open standards for the Department of Defense

1/31/2018
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The Department of Defense (DoD) continues to embrace open architecture designs and open standards to enable more commonality in military sensor systems, vehicle electronics, radar, electronic warfare, and others. This was quite evident during the Embedded Tech Trends (ETT) conference last week in Austin, Texas, where representatives of the Navy and Air Force updated the attendees on updates to standard initiatives such as Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) and Hardware Open Systems...

Duration:00:14:58