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AUSA 2018: Systel showcases new mission computer for fighting vehicles

11 October 2018

Systel has introduced Raven-Strike, a fully rugged, fully sealed, high-performance embedded mission computing system for modern fighting vehicles.

"We are taking edge computing and bringing it into a rugged form factor deployed for many environments," Aneesh Kothari, vice-president of marketing for Systel, told Jane's on 10 October at the annual Association of the United States Army (AUSA) symposium in Washington, DC.

Raven-Strike features state-of-the-art Intel Xeon scalable processor CPU and NVIDIA GPU high-performance parallel processing, high-definition full-motion video capture and encode, and complete sensor integration and data fusion, Systel said.

The system is optimised for size, weight, and power and Kothari noted that, historically, the capability inside Raven Strike would take several different rack servers to manage.

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