Provider of rugged boards and system level solutions for military, aerospace, and space application Aitech Systems has partnered with FlySight Srl to bring improved situation awareness into SWaP-constrained military applications.
In this partnership, FlySight’s AI-based, real-time Augmented Reality engine OPENSIGHT-mc has been integrated into Aitech’s A172, a small form factor (SFF) mission computer for applications requiring high-performance data and video processing in harsh environments.
Designed to assist in critical aircraft missions, this robust, data-driven system seeks to provide military and defense operations with improved autonomous tasks, situation control, intelligence and decision-making assurance. The combined mission computer and AR engine solution eases integration issues and facilitates better model recognition, event reasoning and adaptive learning using available data.
Pratish Shah, General Manager U.S. at Aitech, said: “Today’s military system designers are looking for more comprehensive, integrated solutions that advance situational awareness, while reducing development efforts. Working with FlySight to integrate OPENSIGHT into our A172 delivers this combination to our customers, while also meeting the modern challenges of SwaP optimization, a key factor in avionics platforms.”
Andrea Masini, CTO for FlySight Srl, added: “New scenarios and new challenges are constantly emerging that push our industry to achieve improved situational awareness in real time. The Paris Air Show is the perfect venue to showcase the potential that this combined solution brings to the international aircraft community.”
The high-performance, ruggedized and secure SWaP-constrained mission computer system can be customizable in every aspect, as well as for specific applications to meet virtually any mission critical environment.