The McHale Report Podcast

PODCAST: SOSA, Tri-Service Demo, AI and signal processing

February 19, 2020 Military Embedded Systems
The McHale Report Podcast
PODCAST: SOSA, Tri-Service Demo, AI and signal processing
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The McHale Report Podcast
PODCAST: SOSA, Tri-Service Demo, AI and signal processing
Feb 19, 2020
Military Embedded Systems

Open architecture initiatives such as the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) effort are showing tremendous momentum at the start of 2020, as demonstrated by the turnout and enthusiasm of attendees at the Tri-Services Open Architecture Interoperability Demonstration at the Georgia Tech Research Institute in January. Our editors John McHale and Emma Helfrich along with guest Rodger Hosking, Vice President and Co-founder of Pentek, discuss these initiatives, their benefits, the business model roadblocks at the prime contractor level, as well as specifics from the demo including the Department of Defense keynote speakers. Also covered presentation highlights such as artificial intelligence (AI) for embedded systems from the the Embedded Tech Trends (ETT) conference held prior to the Tri-Service demo.



This podcast is sponsored by:



Pentek, a leading manufacturer of embedded boards and recording systems serving the defense market. As one of the original COTS vendors, Pentek has been involved in developing open architecture standards for almost 20 years. Pentek is committed to the support and development of modular open standard architectures as seen with key contributions to VITA, PICMG, and now the SOSA standard. Pentek is an active member with leadership roles in the SOSA™ Consortium technical and business working groups. To find out more about Pentek and SOSA, visit www.pentek.com/sosa



Show Notes

Open architecture initiatives such as the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) effort are showing tremendous momentum at the start of 2020, as demonstrated by the turnout and enthusiasm of attendees at the Tri-Services Open Architecture Interoperability Demonstration at the Georgia Tech Research Institute in January. Our editors John McHale and Emma Helfrich along with guest Rodger Hosking, Vice President and Co-founder of Pentek, discuss these initiatives, their benefits, the business model roadblocks at the prime contractor level, as well as specifics from the demo including the Department of Defense keynote speakers. Also covered presentation highlights such as artificial intelligence (AI) for embedded systems from the the Embedded Tech Trends (ETT) conference held prior to the Tri-Service demo.



This podcast is sponsored by:



Pentek, a leading manufacturer of embedded boards and recording systems serving the defense market. As one of the original COTS vendors, Pentek has been involved in developing open architecture standards for almost 20 years. Pentek is committed to the support and development of modular open standard architectures as seen with key contributions to VITA, PICMG, and now the SOSA standard. Pentek is an active member with leadership roles in the SOSA™ Consortium technical and business working groups. To find out more about Pentek and SOSA, visit www.pentek.com/sosa