ECRIN Systems unveils its SFF Nano-ONYX rugged mission computer
CROLLES, France - Earlier this month, French COTS specialists ECRIN Systems unveiled the specifications of its Nano-ONYX, the fourth member of ONYX Rugged Mission Computer series.
With its 1.5kg/1.5 liters/15Watts challenging SWaP-C constraints, it is suited for air and terrestrial harsh environments missions. It offers dual and quad-core System-on-Chip (SoC) for performance and quad-core E39x0 Apollo Lake for lower power requirements.
The ONYX products read-copy-update (RCU) family has shrunk in the past seven years in terms of SWaP constraints, from 7kg/6 liters/90Watts with ONYX, to 1.5kg/1.5 liters/15Watts announced with ECRIN's latest nano-ONYX UAV targeting RCU.
Nano-ONYX was specially made for rotary wings and fixed wings aircraft, UAVs, and small robots programs, thanks its Small Form Factor (SFF), lightweight and low power consumption. It is also suitable for other extreme environments like ground vehicles, UAS, and UUVs. The Nano-ONYX will be demonstrated for the first time at PARIS Air Show in June 2019.
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