Discover how Mercury helped Airbus achieve the world’s first safety-certifiable, fully automatic refueling system.
Assurance of DAL flight-safety certification and systems security engineering (SSE) is required to protect ...
Mercury’s cutting-edge avionics and mission-critical solutions make airspace the safest space to ensure flight and mission success. Open, safe and secure, our solutions enhance awareness and accuracy.
Did you know your computer could be untrustworthy, even before you take it out of the box? Read more about how trust is compromised through the supply chain and ways you can prevent it.
Assurance of DAL flight-safety certification and systems security engineering (SSE) is required to protect systems and mitigate risk for future smart and autonomous platforms
Our rugged servers are built for ARMY and ground vehicle applications where performance, interoperability, and availability are crucial. Read more about our Army expertise.
This document introduces the considerations for selecting Solid-State Drives (SSDs) for mission-critical, high-reliability and high-security applications.
Boeing used Mercury's crash-survivable FAERITO video recorder to gather critical data from test unmanned aerial vehicle flights
Technology advances don’t happen overnight or in a bubble. That's why Mercury teams with the most innovative companies in the world, bringing the latest technologies to our customers.
Most of us have heard an aircraft safety demonstration – a short pitch that reminds us to fasten seatbelts, locate emergency exits and set personal electronic devices to airplane mode....
Intel and Mercury discuss building rugged, open, DAL-certifiable processing boards and subsystems for mission systems and AI workloads.
Discover how safety-certifiable computing is evolving to meet the application requirements of next generation platforms. Dr. Amela Wilson, senior vice president and general manager of Mission...
Modern sensors and AI need powerful flight-ready computing, but creating safe multi-core processing systems is difficult to achieve. Learn why Intel-based solutions are suited for AI and FVL.
Intel and Mercury Systems discuss their longstanding partnership and collaboration in building DAL-Certifiable DO-254 and DO-178C computing for future avionics
This paper investigates both the large area display architecture with available options to solve redundancy, as well as, beam steering techniques to limit canopy reflections in bubble canopy cockpits.
In this webinar, learn how Intel, Mercury and Lynx are approaching design assurance for avionics systems and how this collaboration benefits aircraft embedded developers.
Discover how powerful mission-computing and display solutions are addressing the challenges of future aerospace and defense applications.
SBIR-to-transition successes include the Joint Avionics Reconfigurable Virtual Information System (JARVIS) mission computer and the Digital Data Set (DDS) Systems for the Navy's T-45, read more-
Are you ready for flying cars? The award-winning CIOE-1390 COM Express module from Mercury Systems addresses the demand for onboard avionics processing. The device is powered with Intel Atom...
Our mission-critical displays are engineered to deliver unparalleled performance across multiple domains, in the most extreme environments. Hear how Mercury uses LG technology to tackle challenges...
This paper first discusses advanced capabilities that enhance LCD technology and then reviews business factors to consider when selecting or specifying display systems.
Only by understanding the mechanics of the various key management mode methodologies can the military system architect choose the optimal strategy for each mission or program.