Warfighters receiving live video feeds require high-grade monitors and processing equipment. The Vigor Evo HD is a lightweight, deployable system designed to support situational awareness, target acquisition, and command and control needs in tactical operations centers. The system features three 17-inch high-resolution displays, plus a central display with two fold-out screens for panoramic or multiwindow views. For more information, visit www.nextcomputing.com.
Kevlar Transit Cases
Military and commercial electronics must be protected from the elements. This line of carbon fiber and carbon/Kevlar rackmount military cases is designed for lightweight and ballistic reinforcement. Fully ruggedized, the cases are shock resistant, watertight and sealed from sand and dust. For more information, visit www.transitcases.com.
Reliable components are the heart of high-performance wireless communications equipment. This line of voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs) is optimized for communications and instrumentation applications. The VCOs can cover frequency ranges from 5 megahertz to 7 gigahertz and provide linear monotonic tuning over the entire tuning range. For more information visit www.emhiser.com/.
This ground-based radome design is the result of a request by the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). The Generation II radome design features a nonsymmetric geometric panel configuration and an impedance-matched bolting seam. For more information, visit www.mfggalileo.com.
Voice Communications Touch Pad
Modern telecommunications equipment can be hard to use without the right interface. The VCOM Touchpanel is built around a tablet computer with a 7-inch touch screen. The VCOM’s graphic user interface supports multiple channels and is configurable for point-to-points, group calls, party lines and program audio listens. For more information, visit www.intracomsystem.com.
Automated Data Capture System
Inspecting equipment and scheduling regular maintenance can be challenging in a busy military or commercial environment. Originally developed for the aviation industry, the Automated Data Capture System (ADCS) allows inspectors to use menu-driven checklists and digital aircraft and engine drawings during inspection and evaluation. ADCS allows inspectors to create discrepancy records and produce real-time reports to meet customer and specification requirements. For more information, visit www.caci.com/adcs.