GMS has introduced its next-generation VME interface controller for use with the company’s family of 3U and 6U VME single board computer (SBC) products. GMS is one of the original members VITA, the industry standards group responsible for both VME and VPX standards, and the company has been innovating VME products for nearly 40 years.
SecureDNA™ is the center of General Micro System’s continuing commitment to product security and is detailed in separate GMS documentation (GMS document #003-0006, available under NDA). An important part of the GMS SecureDNA™ suite is our SourceSafe™ BIOS.
Tomorrow’s battlefield will use local, mesh, and joint service sensors, fusing them together into a common operating picture that provides extreme situational awareness, improves lethality, shortens the sensor-to-shooter decision loop, and uses fewer human resources to increase battlefield success.
Ready for the Future Battlefield - Artificial Intelligence
The future battlefield will place reliance on artificial intelligence as a means to not only offload warfighter workload, but to improve the odds in our favor by using computers to think, act, and improve lethality. GMS’s optional modular graphics accelerator engines use GPGPUs (general purpose graphics processing unit) that perform AI and vector processing.
These engines are capable of performing extreme video, vector, data mining, augmented reality and algorithm processing. These capabilities might be exceptionally useful when taking incoming high resolution sensor video information by performing automatic target identification, recognition, IFF (identification friend or foe), DVE (degraded visual environment) or other massive data set processing with image processing/enhancement. In small form factor (SFF) systems, GMS believes the IGP (Intel) embedded processing built into most of our systems can be supplemented by optional modular graphics accelerators to provide an unheard of video and sensor processing in an industry-leading small size package.
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