Systel (Stand N4-282) is offering its EB7100 multi-sensor fighting vehicle system, which is certified to operate in a variety of environments. It is fully sealed and rugged, meaning it can be deployed in extreme environments when embedded into the operator’s chosen platform.
EB7100 has ultra-dense I/O embedded capabilities, with an Intel Xeon-D 12 Core CPU, and is a single line-replaceable unit (LRU). This feature eliminates the need to integrate multiple systems, so reduces the size, weight and power constraints of having to incorporate multiple elements of a system into a vehicle, as well as reducing the cabling and storage requirements.
The unit effectively offers the user a multi-capable embedded computer, supplying a single point for all sensor input, realtime sensor pre-processing, motion target processing, mission software management, storage of all sensor and post-processing data, plus network distribution. In addition to vehicles, it is also suited to counter-unmanned aerial systems (C-UAS), Systel says. The EB7100 provides features necessary for C-UAS applications, including efficient sensor capture and encode, I/O and board scalability, parallel CPU and GPU high performance, high bandwidth Ethernet, and four terabytes of secure, removable storage, all in a single LRU.