Abaco Systems and Amergint Technologies have agreed to collaborate on an electronic warfare technology that will allow warfighters to communicate with reduced complexity and fielding requirements.Read More »
Lorne Graves, a two-decade engineering veteran, has joined Abaco Systems as chief technology officer. Rich Sorelle, president and CEO of Abaco, said in a statement released Wednesday Graves’ leadership and experience in the embedded computing market will help advance the company’s presence in the field of open architecture commercial-off-the-shelf platforms.
Abaco Systems has partnered with EIZO Rugged Solutions to meet the video processing requirements of military and aerospace clients. Abaco said Tuesday it will leverage EIZO’s experience in general-purpose graphics processing unit and video processing technology to offer new platforms for use in electronic warfare; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; remote sensing; and other compute-intensive operations. …Read More »
Perspecta has teamed up with Abaco Systems through its research arm to market a data bus platform that works to help warfighters safeguard weapons systems from cyber attacks. Perspecta Labs developed the 1553 Bus Defender platform, also called MIL-STD-1553, under a research program of the Defense Department, the company said …Read More »
Christopher Cummins, former chief operating officer of the Colson Group, has been appointed to the same position at embedded computing systems manufacturer Abaco Systems. Abaco said Monday that Cummins will oversee the company’s manufacturing, engineering, quality, procurement and logistics functions in his new position. He has managed a global supply chain during his …Read More »
BAE Systems has ordered rugged embedded computing systems worth $11.5 million from Abaco Systems for use in the British navy’s Spearfish torpedo. BAE’s maritime services business in the U.K. will embed the computing parts in the electronic system computer unit of Spearfish for signal processing and networking, Abaco said Tuesday. …Read More »