Neousys Technology has confirmed that the company is collaborating with computing systems supplier Bressner at the DSEI exhibition in London, showcasing solutions that serve the distinctive demands of military applications such as UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) and unmanned systems. The products being highlighted include two winners of Military & Aerospace Electronics Innovators Awards:
RGS-8805GC – a rugged HPC server powered by the AMD EPYC 7003 series CPU and NVIDIA RTX A6000/ A4500. Designed for field missions and edge applications, it features -25°C to 60°C wide-temperature operation in a compact 2U 19″ rack-mount enclosure at only 350mm deep. It is shock and vibration resistant and accepts 8 to 48V DC input voltage. The system also comes with additional PCIe expansion slots to install function cards for sensors, automotive cameras and LiDARs to become an all-in-one system with sensing, perception, and planning functions for ADAS in unmanned ground vehicles (UGV).
SEMIL-1700GC waterproof inference system – includes a pre-installed NVIDIA Tesla T4, RTX A2000 or Quadro P2200, and designed to thrive in extreme environment conditions and operate under 100% load up to 62°C ambient without the GPU throttling. To achieve IP67 waterproof and robust I/O connectivity, it is coupled with specialized molded O-rings and equipped with M12 connectors for users to utilize cost-effective cable solutions that can be obtained commercially off-the-shelf.
Christine Pan, sales manager at Neousys, commented: “DSEI 2023, in the most significant and largest iteration of the show in its 24-year history, will tackle the theme of ‘Achieving an Integrated Force’. We aim to showcase our latest innovations to a global audience of integrators and developers. Our well-established and field-tested designs empower customers to make informed decisions and streamline automated processes within the military and defense sector. We extend a warm welcome to all those who are interested in pioneering and next-generation products designed for autonomous land, naval, and air defense systems.”