MILCOM 2013 – Booth # 1036
Nov 18-20, 2013
San Diego Convention Center
Last year’s MILCOM was cancelled due to the disruption caused by Hurricane Sandy, so we’re especially excited to be headed back to the MILCOM show in San Diego this month. The focus of this year’s show is “Balancing Commercial and Defense Technologies”. This theme describes Sealevel’s participation very well since many Sealevel products apply to both markets.
A good example is our serial communication solutions which are used in a wide variety of applications both commercial and military. Of special interest to our military visitors at the show is our ACC-188 Synchronous Interface Adapter which enables tactical radios to interface to PCs and transmit IP-based data such as email, text messages, images, coordinates and other data. We’re introducing an enhanced version of the ACC-188 at MILCOM this year that adds a Quick Disconnect Radio Cable to the design. This feature allows maximum communications capabilities with the smallest footprint, lightest weight, and lowest cost possible. Additionally, ACC-188 adapters purchased today will be compatible with future radios simply by adding the appropriate radio cable.
We are also showing our new Relio R2 embedded solid-state computer that is designed for applications requiring small footprint, flexible I/O expansion and wide operating temperature range. Built on the advantages of COM Express architecture, the system offers the power of an Intel Core i7, i3 or Atom dual core processor. Operating from solid-state disk, the R2 is perfect for military and commercial embedded applications.
Sealevel custom design capabilities will also be on display. Military system designers often struggle with finding COTS solutions to meet critical application requirements for data acquisition and control systems. Custom designs offer the best opportunities to create optimized solutions, but time to market and design costs can be prohibitive. A hybrid architecture using a COM Express module for the core processing functionality with a custom carrier board for application specific data acquisition and control can provide the best of both worlds. This approach eliminates the time and risk associated with a custom processor design while the less complex carrier board provides the advantages of a purpose-built design.