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Solutions Brief - Protecting and Rescuing On-Ground Personnel

Keeping warfighters safe and delivering them a competitive advantage is a key goal of departments of defense around the world. It’s a goal shared by embedded computing manufacturers like Abaco.

While there is much technology focus on electronic warfare and applications such as signals intelligence, more traditional applications continue to receive investment – applications such as Close Air Support (CAS) and Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR).

Similarly, while advanced computing technologies such as DSP, FPGA, RFSoC and so on capture today’s headlines, the single board computer remains a key enabler: it is invariably the computing platform around which the majority of military applications are built.

This case study describes how a major international contractor integrated an Abaco single board computer at the heart of its CAS/CSAR solution.

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