Reliable and deterministic communication is a crucial component of mission-critical defense applications, without which, modern warfighters are put a great risk. DornerWorks Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) IP solves this problem by improving the performance and interoperability of Ethernet networked systems, currently supporting United States Army Aviation and Missile Center (AvMC) digital backbone systems showcased at the MOSA Industry & Govt Summit on September 18-19, 2023.
DornerWorks’ TSN IP enables guaranteed and predictable end-to-end latency, bandwidth, and quality of service for time-sensitive applications over Ethernet. By leveraging this innovative technology, AvMC can achieve reliable and deterministic communication, ensuring real-time data sharing and effective decision-making.
The MOSA Industry & Govt Summit provides a platform to showcase the capabilities and advancements in modular open systems architecture. DornerWorks, in collaboration with AvMC, will present this TSN IP solution as a key component of digital backbone systems, addressing the unique requirements and challenges faced by the defense sector.
“We are excited to collaborate with the United States Army Aviation and Missile Center to enhance digital backbone systems using our TSN IP solution,” said Dr. Gregg Wildes, PhD., Business Development Director at DornerWorks. “This partnership demonstrates our commitment to providing cutting-edge technology and engineering expertise to support the defense industry’s mission-critical applications.”
The MOSA Industry & Govt Summit is a premier event that brings together industry leaders, government officials, and technical experts to discuss the latest advancements in modular open systems architecture. The summit offers a valuable opportunity to exchange knowledge, foster collaborations, and drive innovation in defense technology.
Visit us at the MOSA Industry & Govt Summit at booth #714 or schedule a meeting with our team and turn your networked product ideas into reality.