An Operationally Based Vision Assessment Simulator for Domes
Posted in Briefs, Computers, Simulation Software on Wednesday, 01 April 2015
Applications include remote visualization, flight simulation, virtual environments, and planetariums. Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California The work described here is part of the U.S. Air Force-sponsored Operational Based Vision Assessment (OBVA) program that has been tasked with developing a high-fidelity flight simulation laboratory to determine the relationship between human vision and performance in simulated operationally relevant tasks. The OBVA simulator was designed and built to provide the Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine (USAFSAM) with a scientific testing laboratory to study human vision and testing standards.
Posted in Products, Computers, Computer-Aided Design (CAD), Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE), Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM), Electronics & Computers, Simulation Software on Wednesday, 01 April 2015
COMSOL, Inc., Burlington, MA, announces the release of COMSOL Server™, a new product developed specifically for running applications built with the Application Builder. COMSOL Server is the engine for running COMSOL apps and the hub for controlling their deployment, distribution, and use, allowing design teams to share applications throughout an organization using a Windows®-native client or web browser. For Free Info, Visit
Self-Powered Intelligent Keyboard Could Provide Additional Security
Posted in News, Board-Level Electronics, Computers, Electronic Components, Electronics, Power Management, Energy Harvesting on Wednesday, 18 February 2015
By analyzing such parameters as the force applied by key presses and the time interval between them, a new self-powered, non-mechanical, intelligent keyboard could provide a stronger layer of security for computer users. The self-powered device generates electricity when a user’s fingertips contact the multi-layer plastic materials that make up the device.
mPCIe-ICM Series of PCI Express Mini Cards
Posted in Products, Board-Level Electronics, Computers, Electronic Components, Electronics on Sunday, 01 February 2015
ACCES I/O Products, Inc., San Diego, CA, announces the release of a new family of PCI Express Mini Cards—the mPCIe-ICM Series. These isolated serial communication cards measure just 30 × 51 mm and feature a selection of 4 or 2 ports of isolated RS232 serial communications. 1.5kV isolation is provided port-to-computer and 500V isolation port-to-port on ALL signals at the I/O connectors.
Mil-Aero Design Embraces Intelligent Application-Ready ATCA Platforms
Posted in Articles, Computers on Monday, 01 December 2014
Cohesive Hardware/Software Solutions Accelerate Development of High Performance Data and Video Applications Telecommunications design continues its evolution toward higher bandwidth and performance, fueled by growth in Giga-bit Ethernet, wireless network systems and competitive business models incorporating multi-play network services. Similar data-rich applications characterize military design, with a broad spectrum of image-intensive applications powering modern warfare. With fewer troops on the ground, more use of reconnaissance gathered via autonomous vehicles, and real-time feeds informing command and operations, system developers must deliver more network-centric solutions and applications that offer ideal support to today's warfighter.
Ferroelectric Materials Could Revolutionize Data-Driven Devices
Posted in News, Board-Level Electronics, Computers, Electronic Components, Electronics, Power Management, Metals, Measuring Instruments on Friday, 17 October 2014
Electronic devices with unprecedented efficiency and data storage may someday run on ferroelectrics — remarkable materials that use built-in electric polarizations to read and write digital information, outperforming the magnets that are inside most popular data-driven technology. But ferroelectrics must first overcome a few key stumbling blocks, including a curious habit of "forgetting" stored data. Now, however, scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory have discovered nanoscale asymmetries and charge preferences hidden within ferroelectrics that may explain their operational limits.
Scientists Demonstrate Data Teleportation for Secure Communications
Posted in News, Computers, Photonics on Monday, 07 July 2014
Teleportation, a long-standing staple in the world of science fiction, has become a reality for scientists at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory in terms of battlefield data and image processing. Army Research Laboratory quantum information principal investigator Ronald Meyers and team member Keith Deacon recently demonstrated information teleportation using entangled photons.