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Rugged Computing Solutions Purpose-Built for U.S. Army Mission-Critical Applications (sponsored video)
Brought to you in partnership with Systel
Systel will showcase its fully rugged, AI-enabling computing solutions at the AUSA Global Force exhibition in Hunstville, AL March 26-28.
Systel’s rugged high-performance, high-density systems are purpose-built to reduce the demand on SWaP-2C by integrating multiple ISR ecosystem specific network, sensor systems, and computer technologies, and span numerous platforms, including some of the most advanced military vehicles. Systel’s tactical capabilities support the Army’s rapid prototyping initiatives and deployments spanning ground, airborne, and seaborne platforms to support Multi-Domain Operations.
To learn more on deploying artificial intelligence at the tactical edge for next-gen combat vehicles and Systel's edge computing solutions in this field, see the company at AUSA booth #1200.
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