Sealevel Showcases New Embedded Computing Demonstration at GVSETS Debut

July 18, 2023

Sealevel Systems, a leading developer and manufacturer of COTS and full custom I/O and embedded computing solutions, announces its demonstration and exhibition at GVSETS, August 15-17.

Formally known as the Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering & Technology Symposium & Modernization Update, GVSETS is produced by the Michigan Chapter of NDIA (National Defense Industrial Association). The focus of the 2023 event is “partnering with industry, government, and academia to meet the Army’s transformational needs.” This year’s executive steering committee sponsors include Rheinmetall, General Dynamics Land Systems, Leonardo DRS, SAIC, Raytheon, and Clemson University.

Sealevel’s team will showcase an array of ruggedized I/O and SWaP-C2 optimized embedded computers. An onsite demo of the industry-leading Relio® R1 Rugged Industrial Computer will allow visitors to experience the unit’s ability to withstand extreme conditions – particularly the shock and vibration innate to in-vehicle ground applications.

Transforming Tactical Communications
Additional Sealevel product demonstrations at booth 137 will focus on transforming tactical communications in support of both modern defense and upgrades to legacy systems. Key focus product categories will include:

  • Embedded Computers & Rugged Touch Panel Controllers
    For adding intelligence and control to your system, military computers from Sealevel are intentionally designed to meet quality, reliability, and processing power needs – all while withstanding environmental extremes. Controllers meet requirements for hazardous environments as well as stringent military standards for operating temperature and shock and vibration.
  • COTS Synchronous & Asynchronous Solutions9065-ARC-231
    With a commitment to Made in the USA and long-term availability, Sealevel offers the widest selection of serial choices for radio, radar, telemetry and other data-intensive applications. Sealevel’s complete line of ACC-188 synchronous serial radio adapters will also be available.
  • USB & Ethernet I/O for AI & UnmannedEthernet Modbus TCP to 32 Isolated Dry-Contact Inputs
    Sealevel’s extensive I/O line enables robust control and communications for a wide range of unmanned and vision system designs including UGVs, UAVX, and UUVs. Specifically, Sealevel’s Ethernet data acquisition devices, used in A-UGV applications, will be on display.

Support for Every Major Military Contractor
Sealevel’s products – and experience – are deployed by every major military contractor. Their proven, mission-ready solutions range from complex laptop docking stations to high-speed synchronous communication adapters. Alongside partners in advanced tactical and enterprise communications equipment, Sealevel continually delivers critically reliable, “always on” solutions deployed across ground, air, sea and space defense.

“Sealevel plays an active role in advancing mission-critical communications across all U.S. military branches. We look forward to participating with GVSETS for the first time and strengthening existing partnerships while establishing new relationships,” says Earle Foster, Sr VP of Sales for Sealevel.

Visitors to booth 137 will be entered to win a YETI Roadie® 60 Wheeled Cooler. Sealevel is also partnering with Call Sign Coffee Company, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Project and fellow AUSA member, to provide coffee to booth visitors.

The National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) is the premier association representing all facets of the defense and technology industrial base and serving all military services. NDIA has been at the forefront of defense technology and policy since being founded in 1919 as the Army Ordnance Association. The Michigan Chapter of NDIA was founded in 1944. The Chapter has approximately 1,700 members from Government, Military and Industry. The NDIA Michigan Chapter is involved in a myriad of different activities that support all branches of the armed forces, local state and federal government and the corporate entities that support our war fighters, first responders, and patriotic Americans.