Aitech demonstrates COTS products at Avionics Europe 2012

MUNICH, 21 March 2012. Aitech is demonstrating its very latest ruggedized and compact commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) single-board computers (SBCs), graphics boards, Gbit Ethernet switches, and highly flexible computer systems for harsh, environmentally-demanding defense and aerospace applications at Avionics Europe.

Aitech is an independent manufacturer of open-architecture electronic boards and subsystem level products for rugged applications. Its Value Added Services include the COTS Lifecycle+ Program, aiding in obsolescence management and delivering customers a minimum of 12 years of full support.

Aitech introduces its new C802 and C162 rugged SBCs, both of which are high-performance Intel Core i7-based systems for embedded and harsh-environment applications. The C802 is 3U CompactPCI and the C162 is 6U VME.

These products from Aitech are supported by the company’s COTS Lifecycle+ Obsolescence Management services. The company delivers advanced rugged technologies, including DO-254 compliance, vibration and shock resistance, electromagnetic compatibility, etc., for challenging applications. Aitech products are available in conduction- or air-cooled versions and to commercial, rugged, or military specifications.

 

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