Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Systel was excited to once again display the latest in rugged computing at the AUSA Annual Meeting & Exposition. Systel supports numerous Defense programs with custom rugged computers systems deployed for mission-critical applications worldwide. Our solutions and capabilities are based on a total ecosystem and program friendly architecture approach, supporting the lifecycle management requirements and end-user reliability demands necessary for mission success. Systel is a proud supplier of the United States Armed Forces.
Systel's rugged systems meet or exceed the following specifications:
- MIL-STD- 810G: Shock and Vibration
- MIL-S-901D Grade A: Shock Testing for Shipboard Equipment (Navy Barge Test)
- MIL-STD-461F: Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
- MIL-STD-167: Mechanical Vibration of Shipboard Equipment
- DO-160G: Avionics Hardware Environmental Testing
- IP67: Dust and Water Ingress Protection
- Generic Vehicle Architecture (GVA) Standard
- Def Stan 23-09: UK Land Vehicle Platform Electronics Integration Protocol
- Def Stan 00-82: UK Vetronics Infrastructure for Video Over Ethernet Protocol
- Def Stan 00-106: UK ISR Motion Imagery (including Full Motion Video) Standard
- NATO STANAG: Digital Motion Imagery Standard
Systel showcased several deployed rugged computers, the next generation C5ISR multi-sensor mission computer ideal for Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems applications (C-UAS).