Date: Tuesday 24th May 2022
Time: 13:00 EDT / 12:00 CDT / 10:00 PDT / 17:00 GMT
S.sponsor: Integrated LCR systems
Duration: 1 hour
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Built-in sensor processing and signal processing go hand in hand with electronic warfare (EW) systems, as embedded systems designers help EW system integrators make sense of enemy electronic signals and can bring artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and autonomy of systems technologies to tackle the difficult EW design challenges.
Today’s embedded system designers bring speed, I / O, graphics processing units (GPGPUs), field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), and generic processing engines to the table, while EW system integrators are looking for the technology latest solutions to create the kind of EW technologies that will keep the United States one step ahead of its adversaries.
This webinar is an in-depth panel discussion that explores the technological challenges of EW system integrators in next generation systems; the expected requirements from the US military services; the capabilities of embedded processing vendors for sensor and signal processing; and the long-term technological needs of electronic warfare integrators from their suppliers, particularly with regards to embedded cyber sensors and signal processing.
Mike Roske, Technology Director of the Electronic Combat Solutions business segment of BAE Systems Electronic Systems Division in Nashua, NH. He has 25 years of experience in electronic warfare, including software development, systems integration, and field testing for large and small platforms. He has worked on EW programs for F-15, F-22, F-35, B-2, long-range anti-ship missile (LRASM) and many classified endeavors. He manages a multimillion-dollar internal research and development budget at BAE Systems. He is involved in developing BAE Systems’ next generation EW architecture and incorporating cognitive EW concepts and operations into a contested environment. Mike has a BA in Computer Science and Mathematics from Clarkson University, a Masters in Computer Science from Boston University and an MBA from Southern New Hampshire University.
Director of Systems Architecture
Integrated LCR systems
Bill Pilaud, director of systems architecture at LCR Embedded Systems in Norristown, Pennsylvania, where he is responsible for embedded chassis and processing containers for electronic warfare and similar high-performance applications where fast I / O is required. He specializes in SWaP enclosures of small size, weight and power consumption, ruggedness, high speed I / O, thermal management and integration of VPX embedded computer design to open systems into electronic warfare systems.
Military and aerospace electronics