December 6, 2021Dr. Bill Conley; Taymor Kamrany
The key challenge of any battle network is to develop the right processing architecture to synthesize sensor data and provide actionable intelligence. To embrace innovation and to meet our national security needs, we need loosely coupled systems or standards in place to support JADC2 and ensure a common “meeting point”, increasing the value of the overall multi-function system while keeping a close eye on performance, costs and schedules.
December 2, 2021Shaun McQuaid
Durability for electronics can’t be added after they’re manufactured – it has to be built in from the start. Find out how Mercury’s MOTS (modified off-the-shelf) and MOTS+ services and processes affordably provide the durability and product life extension you require.
November 22, 2021James Gallagher
Read how one executive leader, who joined Mercury through an acquisition, describes his personal and professional growth since and why he advises others to, “embrace the change, recognize the opportunity, involve yourself in the change and help guide it.”
November 12, 2021Mario LaMarche
The use of plastic encapsulated microcircuits is common across many industries, but are they the best choice for space programs? Read more about steps that can be taken to maximize the reliability of this commercial technology, making PEMs an attractive lower-cost option for the New Space Economy.
October 21, 2021Mercury Systems
Technology advances don’t happen overnight or in a bubble. That's why Mercury teams with the most innovative companies in the world, quickly and affordably bringing the latest technologies to our customers. Listen in to learn how we’ve cultivated strategic relationships to build sustainable solutions and solve complex problems faster.
October 14, 2021Mario LaMarche
New capabilities in orbit are heightening interest and opportunities in LEO space programs. Two very different technologies are increasing the affordability of these programs, positioning the new space economy well to decrease costs and opening the doors to a host of new applications.
October 14, 2021Dr. Bill Conley, CTO
Making sure your systems are running securely and safely is much easier when they’re within arm’s reach. But the increase in space programs and missions raises the question: How do you ensure trust and security in your electronics when they are orbiting the Earth, exposed to extreme environmental conditions? Mercury has an answer for that.
October 5, 2021Kelsey Ryon
Just like the arcade games of the past that were downsized and delivered to your living room, the ARES3100 advanced radar environment simulator is packaged in a standardized option to provide radar environment simulation in the convenience of your own testing environment. It’s like finding your own EW “cheat code” to avoid vulnerabilities. Game over.
September 23, 2021Mercury Systems
Mercury talks technology on the heels of receiving five Military and Aerospace Electronics 2021 Innovators Awards. Listen in to discover the latest innovations from Mercury that improve the speed of technology insertion, avoid costly and delayed development and deployment, and bring processing to the sensor edge to help meet national security needs. Join Mercury’s Dr. Bill Conley, Mark Bruington and Tom Smelker in this mercuryNOW podcast.
September 21, 2021Shaza Khan
Unlike cellphones that can be easily switched to airplane mode, critical aircraft electronics must prove they’re ready for flight through extensive safety certification processes. Learn more about why Mercury system developers work with commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) silicon engineers like Intel to assure successful certification and speed time to market.