Chatsworth, CA, May 31, 2005 — Aitech Defense Systems, Inc., a world leader in the development and manufacture of board and subsystem level products for harsh environment defense, aerospace and space applications, has just published a shortform brochure covering a full range of hardware, software and subsystems service for mission-critical COTS applications. The new, richly-illustrated eight-page brochure describes components and subsystems used throughout the world in some of the highest profile air, land and sea military programs as well as radiation-tolerant products for space programs.
The new brochure, entitled Aitech Mission-Critical Embedded COTS Solutions, summarizes the company’s exceptional legacy and experience, dating back to the industry’s very first conduction-cooled MIL-SPEC VME boards in 1984 to today’s broad range of harsh environment PowerPC-based VME and CompactPC1 SBCs, memory and I10 boards, PMC mezzanine modules, power supplies and chassis, all available in multiple levels of ruggedization.
Also covered in the new brochure are Aitech’s subsystems software support, including third party operating systems and board support packages; subsystem customization and integration: program and life-cycle configuration management; component obsolescence mitigation; quality assurance, testing and technical support.
Established in 1983, Aitech offers space-qualified, military and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products for defense and space applications, radiation tolerant and MIL-SPEC solutions, VMEbus and Compact PCI boards, enclosures and systems, and hardware system integration. In addition, Aitech utilizes its broad base of off-the-shelf products and technologies to develop customer specific solutions, deliver superior cost-performance and reliability and expedite time to market. Applications for its products range from mission processors, fire control and mission control subsystems for ground vehicles, surface and subsurface naval platforms, tactical and strategic fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft, to low- and high-earth orbit space vehicles.