Case Study: EO/IR Airborne ISR Processing

March 2, 2022

How do you modernize the processing capability of an actively deployed aircraft to enable more efficient sensor data ingest and algorithm execution; while meeting an aggressive project schedule, maintaining the existing envelope, minimizing downtime and ensuring the aircraft passes qualification testing quickly? Early engagement and collaboration of Mercury architects and the customer were vital to designing a powerful electro-optical/ infrared (EO/IR) airborne processing solution able to deliver real-time intelligence.

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