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Benefits of VPX & SOSA Systems

Find out how VPX and SOSA standards are contributing to the MOSA approach in this article by LCR Embedded Systems, including the goal of open standards and the benefits of each standard Feature Article by LCR Embedded Systems
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Benefits of VPX & SOSA SystemsFind out how standards like VPX and SOSA are contributing to the MOSA approach with LCR Embedded Systems, and learn about the benefits of each standard. Read more > >

Open standards play a crucial role in the development of electronics for the defense industry. In 2019, when the Department of Defense (DoD) released the Tri-Service memo, companies were directed to implement a MOSA (Modular Open Systems Approach) approach – a set of principles and practices aimed at promoting modularity and interoperability in system architectures.

This directive validated the efforts of many companies and organizations that had been working towards developing and implementing open standards like VPX (VITA 46), published in 2007, for decades. As technology continues to develop, VPX has evolved into additional standards such as OpenVPX, and has been leveraged by other technical standards like SOSA™ (Sensor Open Systems Architecture) for C5ISR applications.

In the full article, LCR Embedded goes on to discuss: 

  • The goal of open standards
  • The benefits of each standard 
  • VPX and SOSA working together

Both VPX and SOSA contribute to the development of open, modular and interoperable systems in the defense and aerospace industries. Each standard provides a foundation for the creation of adaptable and future-proof systems in keeping with MOSA directives. 

Read the full article, or visit the LCR Embedded website to learn more.

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