Orion Technologies will be demonstrating the latest in single board computers (SBC), embedded computers, and embedded systems at the AUSA Institute of Land Warfare Global Symposium & Exhibition. The event is taking place at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, AL from March 15 through 17, 2016. Orion will be located at booth #432 in the exhibit hall.
The AUSA ILW Global Force Symposium & Exposition attracts a robust and diverse group of participants including more than 1,000 government personnel from various U.S. Army and DOD organizations. AUSA is a private, nonprofit, educational association of individual, business and organization members dedicated to supporting and maintaining a strong national defense with an emphasis on the role of the United States Army. The organization supports the needs and interests of all components of the Total Army – Active Duty, Army Reserve, National Guard, Department of the Army civilians, retirees, and family members.
The three-day meeting is slated to include key presentations from the U.S. Army Materiel Command, the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command, and the Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology).
“Orion Technologies is pleased to take part in this event,” says Nirav Pandya, President and CEO of the company. “As an AUSA sustaining member, we look forward to this meeting and the opportunity to further interact with Army personnel, as well as with fellow attendees such as Harris, DRS, BAE, Tech Fusion, and Northrup Grumman. What’s more, we are particularly excited to show off our Orion Xeon D Processor VPX7668, which will be used on the Joint Strike Fight.”
This year’s symposium features the theme of “Building Readiness for Today and Tomorrow.” AUSA organizers hope to provide a forum to discuss all the myriad components of “readiness for an unpredictable global security environment out to the year 2025 and beyond.” With civilian participants partnering in Army initiatives, it is to be hoped that the resultant gains in knowledge and collaboration to help to keep the technological advantage held by the United States’ armed forces.
“Orion certainly is proud to be a part of that process,” Pandya states.
We are particularly excited to show off some of our new products, such as the VPX7668 Xeon D 3U VPX Processor.