Trilogic Systems Upcoming Army and Navy Events

Oct 23, 2023 | News

Industry Day for PEO IWS X and Fall Technology Expo at APG
October 25th-26th
Riverdale Park MD and Aberdeen MD

Trilogic Systems will be bringing its Technology Consortium to two important forums.  We will be attending NAVSEA’s, PEO IWS X Hardware Factory Industry Day from 25–26 October 2023 in Riverdale Park, MD 20737. We will be receiving a programmatic overview of the Integrated Combat System (ICS) Hardware Program and the Navy’s Surface Fleet hardware pipeline “The Foundry” and discussing anticipated requirements. Following the PEO IWS X presentation, we will be participating in one-on-one sessions with the Government. With over 25 years of experience in supporting the US Navy’s Submarine, Surface Ship and Autonomous programs with our unmatched Technology Consortium Trilogic Systems has a wealth of experience in helping our customers architect Modular Open Systems Architecture based solutions. Our offerings our supported by an obsolescence management team that provides product life cycle surveillance and drop-in replacement services.

For the Fall Technology Expo Aberdeen Proving Ground on October 25 at Aberdeen, MD Trilogic Systems will be bringing its AI centric, modular Small Form Factor (SFF) solutions for crewed and uncrewed applications. Our MOSA solutions include board level and system level products that offer sensor integration and real-time, deterministic networking based on the Time Sensitive Networking (TSN)standard. Our systems solve the GPU/SWaP dilemma with unique thermal designs in field upgradeable platforms. With offerings based on Intel, ARM, and NVIDIA technology our systems have been CERTIFIED for MIL-STD-810G, MIL-461E/1275.

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