If you took a vehicle and it had an acoustic shot-detection system, a battle command application, and remote weapons station, and then a shot rings out, the shot-detection would tell you the shot came from over there," says explains David Jedynak, chief technology officer for the COTS Solutions Group of CurtissWright Defense Solutions in Ashburn, Va. "With VICTORY, the acoustic shot detection system would publish its message on the network as a VICTORY-compliant threat detection message.
Jason Moore] considers Zynq a paradigm shift for system on a chip (SoC) FPGA technology. "It allows higher levels of integration with a processor-centric, boot-first point of view that can reduce the SWAP-C (size, weight, power, and cost) of the system it is embedded in," he says. "Consider that the processing subsystem (PS) can be used stand-alone with the FPGA fabric completely powered off, if required. The processor is the master and is used to configure the PL.
Mullen, in his first "CNO Guidance," reaffirmed [Vern Clark]'s goals of developing the weapon, sensor, logistics, and information-management capabilities. The key planks of Clark's Sea Power 21 strategic vision, which Mullen maintains, are called Sea Strike, Sea Shield, Sea Basing, and FORCEnet-the Navy's new information management plan.