Commercial computer technology continues to influence military mobile computing requirements as warfighters demand that their field equipment have the same functionality and capability as their personal devices. Consequently, rugged mobile computing is getting a major boost as the Department of Defense (DoD) pushes the defense industry to ruggedize commercial technologies for military use.
Military applications such as satellite imaging or UAV sensor feeds require high-performance computing that uses parallel processing to solve complex computational challenges.
Parallel-processing techniques solve complex computational problems in a ruggedized platform for military applications such as satellite imaging or UAV sensor feeds.
Ultimately, proper display selection for an application depends on the operational environment, the type of data to be displayed, and how the user will interface with that data.
Even though most people in the industry have heard of MIL-STD-810, understanding the details and nuances of the standard is key to its successful use.