Systel has introduced its latest rugged AI mission computer at the 2022 AUSA Annual Meeting and Exposition. Kite-Strike II is a next-generation, fully rugged Small Form Factor (SFF) embedded computing solution, providing a leap forward in edge-deployed AI compute technology and capabilities for unmanned and autonomous missions.
Integrating the NVIDIA Jetson AGX Orin, a powerful embedded AI computing engine, Kite-Strike II provides sensor ingest, superior edge AI performance, secure compute, high-speed networking, and robust IO in a MIL-SPEC rugged and compact system for all-weather and all-domain deployment. Kite-Strike II is built on open standards using COTS technologies using a Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA).
“Kite-Strike II is the next-generation of compute technology demanded by emerging and immediate-future mission sets, specifically requirements for AI and autonomy,” said Aneesh Kothari, vice president of marketing for Systel. “We are excited to bring to market the world’s first ruggedized Jetson Orin mission computer. Kite-Strike II reaffirms our commitment to supporting the warfighter with innovative technologies and capabilities that are fieldable today.”
Systel is showcasing Kite-Strike II at the 2022 AUSA Annual Meeting from October 10-12 in Booth 1733, including in-booth AI demonstrations.