Systel Introduces Raven-Strike Next-Generation Mission Computer

Systel Introduces Raven-Strike Next-Generation Mission Computer


Systel, Inc., an industry leader in rugged computing introduced Raven-Strike™ at the 2018 AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition October 8-10, 2018 in booth #9221. Raven-Strike is a fully rugged, high performance computing solution, purpose-built for combat vehicles. Featuring state of the art Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor CPU and NVIDIA® GPGPU high performance parallel processing, HD full-motion video capture and encode, and complete sensor integration and data fusion, Raven-Strike offers peerless capability in a SWaP-2C (Cooling and Cost) optimized system.

Systel Introduces Raven-Strike Next-Generation Mission Computer

Systel Introduces Raven-Strike Next-Generation Mission Computer


Raven-Strike 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. High Performance Embedded Edge Computing (HPEEC) Enabling AI and Deep Learning Capabilites for Modern Fighting Vehicles. Raven-Strike acts as a single point for all sensor ingest and data fusion, provides high bandwidth network distribution, and enables Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence capabilities for autonomous operation.

Systel, Inc is a leading manufacturer of rugged embedded, server, and display computer products and solutions. Systel is headquartered in Sugar Land, Texas, with 30 years of experience in providing complex and advanced computer technologies to military, oil and gas, and manufacturing enterprises worldwide. Systel’s pedigree of capabilities spans numerous platforms and includes some of the most advanced military vehicles such as the US Navy’s ISR/ASW aircraft, General Atomics Predator® and Reaper® UAV fleets, and Counter-UAS Stryker ground vehicles. http://www.systelusa.com

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