The performance and capability of modern vehicle electronics (vetronics), radar, electronic warfare, avionics, as well as intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) systems are enabled by commercial processors and FPGAs – all of which generate lots of heat.
These systems must also survive in extreme battlefield conditions, unlike systems in a commercial server farm, where environments are regulated and there is plenty of space to house the systems.
To battle the heat generated in less-than-ideal conditions, military cooling strategies range from liquid-cooled and air-cooled to conduction-cooled and air-flow-through designs.
This live webcast covers the various cooling methods and the challenges faced while implementing them, especially in ever-smaller form factors.
Join us for the live webinar Tuesday, May 25 at 11am EDT
Steven Gudknecht, Marketing and Communications Manager, LCR Embedded Systems
Chad Hutchinson, Director Engineering, Crystal Group
Sebastien Buzik, Engineering Manager, nVent Schroff
Justin Moll, VP of Sales & Engineering, Pixus Technologies
Interested in learning more about thermal management? Read the article Bridging the Cooling Gap in High-Speed Embedded Systems