VPX development system for custom SOSA sensor systems

VPX development system for custom SOSA sensor systems

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By Nick Flaherty

Board maker Concurrent Technologies in the UK has launched a development system for customised SOSA sensor systems based on VPX cards.

The Vulcan system has been designed in alignment with the SOSA Technical Standard and is based on the popular 3U VPX form factor. The aim is to provides support for customers starting VPX projects based on Intel processor cards. The SOSA standard for sensor interoperability is driven by the US military but is being adopted in other countries.

Vulcan can accommodate four conduction-cooled and four air-cooled VPX cards and provides support for both 100G Ethernet and PCI Express (PCIe) Gen 4.

‘It is an exciting time at Concurrent Technologies as we continue developing and evolving our Systems-based product portfolio,” said Brent Salgat, President of Concurrent Technologies Inc, noted on the launch of Vulcan:

The launch of Vulcan follows the recent release of the rugged Helios system for computer vision and a rugged commercial Off the Shelf (COTS) Gigabit Ethernet switch called Hermod with 15 ports of non-blocking 10/100/1000 Ethernet.

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