Systel, Inc. will showcase its best-in-class embedded and server products at AUSA 2021 in Washington, D.C., October 11-13.
Systel will perform an Artificial Intelligence (AI) demo showcase titled ‘Detect and Protect’ in partnership with CVEDIA and NVIDIA, demonstrating how mission-critical applications like Aided Target Recognition (AiTR) and Counter-Unmanned Aerial Systems (C-UAS) can be effectively deployed on embedded edge computing systems like Systel’s Kite-Strike.
“CVEDIA is excited to leverage synthetic data for defense applications by utilizing Systel hardware and NVIDIA processors,” said Arjan Wijnveen, co-founder and CEO of CVEDIA. “Our partnership is a natural fit to enable new types of defense and security systems.”
The company will also hold in-booth demonstrations of its rugged computers withstanding and resisting harsh environmental conditions such as shock, vibration, dust, and sand.
“We are very excited to meet in-person again and present the latest in military computing, such as embedded edge AI inferencing systems,” said Aneesh Kothari, Systel’s vice-president of marketing.
“Our modular and open hardware solutions are purpose-built for austere environments and provide the latest commercial-of-the-shelf enabling technologies to the warfighter.”