The future of human-AI systems is already here – it’s just not evenly architected
The operational structure, strategies, technologies, and ethical concerns of the future remain unknowable, but they will undoubtedly need to include both human users and AI agents, and both need to be trained. Introducing a modular and flexible architectural layer that remains consistent – from military simulation and training requirements to real-life operational needs – decisively answers these challenges
Mission-critical power start-up demands perfect performance every time
Design of a mission-critical, rapid-start, isolated power system needs to be flawless. These systems, leveraged in mission-critical military applications, need to start in milliseconds - every time.
Multifunction, high-performance AESA radar leads a transformation of the battlefield sensor network
Active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar systems built with gallium nitride (GaN)-based radio frequency (RF) power components are helping to elevate the capabilities of the modern networked battlefield.