Military, aerospace and defense programs last for decades and require long-life systems from a long-life supplier. But this is at odds with the rapid pace of technological change in the civilian, commercial marketplace. Cellular handsets, HDTV, streaming video, automotive Advanced Driver Autonomous Systems (ADAS) and more all change nearly annually but are some of the foundational technologies that the DoD most desires in weapons and defense systems. Mobile technology is needed for dismounted soldier mesh networks; streaming video compression is essential for moving high resolution sensor data from a drone to a command post without overwhelming the radio links, and the low-cost LIDAR and RADAR used in the latest automotive lane departure and adaptive cruise control systems is what’s needed for next-generation combat vehicles and autonomous drones.
When it comes to Pre-Planned Product Improvements (P3I) and technology refresh, General Micro Systems keeps our finger on the pulse of these technologies and adapts them to long-life, rugged defense applications in several ways:
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