ADTS - Advanced Data Transfer System
Data/Video/Audio Loader and Recorder with NSA Type 1 Encryption for Rotary and Fixed Wing Platforms. Meets Information Assurance Requirements (S & U). Data Transfer Devices (DTD) available in 128 GB or 256 GB memory capacities.
AERO – Airborne Enhanced Rear Obstacle Avoidance System
AERO is a ruggedized 180⁰ FOV rear obstacle detection and warning system that uses fused sensor data from it’s thermal imaging sensors and it’s ultra-wide band radar. This information is processed and graphically displayed in the cockpit, as well as providing an audio alert capability.
BSED – Boundary Scan Enhanced Diagnostics
Boundary Scan Enhanced Diagnostics (BSED) system can identify failed electronic components down to the Weapons Replaceable Assemblies (WRA) while the systems are on the aircraft, reducing costs and maintenance time, while increasing aircraft availability. BSED is a ruggedized portable handheld system that uses JTAG boundary testing to extract diagnostic data BSED Portable Backpack BSED Portable Tablet from complex electronic systems on-board the aircraft. BSED quickly diagnoses and correctly identifies failures to the circuit card or component level. It can be modified for other interfaces and eliminates the unnecessary removal and replacement of Weapons Replaceable Assemblies.
DADS – Digital Aircraft Data Storage
DADS is composed of a loader receptacle in the aircraft and two data cartridges that are used to physically transport data between the aircraft and ground systems. Innovative modular design of loader receptacle allows easy switch to other aircraft interfaces (Fibre Channel, Ethernet, 1553, etc); first implementation is for F-15C/E, using 1Gbps Ethernet over Fiber.
DDS - Digital Data Set
The Digital Data Set (DDS), AN\AYH-5(V) has been adopted as the US Navy standard Digital Data Set for the T-45A/C Goshawk Flight Trainer aircraft. The DDS consolidates the Airborne Video Cassette Recorder (AVCR), Mission Data Loader (MDL) AN/ASQ-215, and Airborne Data Recorder (ADR)/Signal Data Computer (SDC)/Advanced Signal Data computer into a single unit.
DTS - Data Transfer Systems
Physical Optics Corporation’s Data Transfer System (DTS) is the next generation of in-flight data loading devices/digital recorders which provides NSA-defined Suite-B and FIPS 140-2 approved cryptographic solutions. It also supports NSA-approved Type-1 encryption if this level of security is required.
DTU – Data Transfer Unit
The DTU is a mission critical data transfer system specifically designed to address the needs of the F/A-18E/F and EA-18G platforms. DTU is a form and fit replacement for the current MU-1135A Digital Memory Device (DMD), plus adds NSA Type-1 encryption for mission data and FIPS-140 encryption for maintenance data.
DTU – Vehicle Data Transfer Unit
The VDTU is an unobtrusive hardware/software unit which enables modular data collection of video, audio, and data with plug-n-play capability for drop-in insertion onto any platform. The VDTU is designed for use in a bandwidth constrained environment with built in Data at Rest encryption as well as Ethernet access for connectivity to secure wireless networks. The VDTU includes data filtering through an embedded Knowledge Manager to prioritize and tag data storage enabling streamlined data presentation via the system software GUI. These features will provide significant benefits by improving control of sensors (zooming, changing mode settings, etc.), enabling remote health and status monitoring, and streamlining the management of data harvesting (e.g., to throttle data collection or configuring when to collect).
ETMR – Engine Trend Monitoring Recorder
The ETMR unit is housed in an aluminum chassis qualified to DO-160G environmental requirements and can be mounted in any orientation. It measures 6.3” x 9.3” x 4” and weighs 3 lbs. The unit is configured with all connectors on the front panel for ease of access to power, electrical interfaces and either USB or Ethernet interfaces for data retrieval. The ETMR is compliant to Pratt Whitney Canada Service Bulletin No. 1703R6 for the PT-6A engine. The unit supports performance and maintenance analysis and provides storage for >10,000 hours of flight information. Optional: crash hardened memory unit.
FAERITO® Digital Video / Audio / Data Flight Recorder
The FAERITO® line of Digital Flight Recorders provide over 4 hours of synchronous Digital Video/Audio/Data (VAD) recording. This unique “All - In - One” digital flight recorder meets ED-112 standards for both military and commercial aircraft.
G-DTU – Ground Data Transfer Unit
The G-DTU is a ground-based docking station that interfaces to the JMPS/AMPS Ground station via a standard USB cable and is used to upload and download data to/off aircraft via the ADTS/DTU DTD device. Data to/from the JMPS/AMPS is encrypted/decrypted by the G-DTU and then is written to or read from the Data Transfer Device (DTD). Data recorded from the aircraft is decrypted by the G-DTU prior to transmission of the data to JMPS/AMPS. The G-DTU uses the same encryption/decryption algorithms as the ADTS/DTU. The G-DTU is compatible with F-18 DTU and ADTS.
JARVIS – Joint Avionics Reconfigurable Virtual Information System
To address the Navy’s need for a miniaturized, fault-tolerant, decentralized mission processing system, Physical Optics Corporation (POC) has developed the new Joint Avionics Reconfigurable Virtual Information System (JARVIS). The JARVIS as a decentralized mission processing architecture/system for NAVAIR PMA 275 V22 Osprey Program and PMA 276 H-1 Helicopter Program that is capable of distributed processing amongst multiple fully capable mission computer nodes with a higher degree of fault tolerance/reliability allowing for at least a designation of Mission Critical with an objective of Flight Critical level of reliability operating in conformance with the Future Airborne Computing Environment (FACE) standard.
MAFOSS – Multilayered And Arrayed Fiber Optic Sensor Suite
MAFOSS is based on a suite of different fiber optic Fabry-Perot (FP) sensors to simultaneously acquire multiple parameters such as temperature, vibration, strain, torque, heat flux, and pressure. The sensor heads can be fabricated by using sapphire optical fiber and high temperature-resistant ceramic materials for applications in ultra-high temperature (up to 1740 °C) environment.
MENTIS – Remote Interface Unit
Interoperability between subsystems is an increasingly nagging problem with modern military platforms. MENTIS overcomes these issues by providing a standardized solution that transparently adapts to unique connectorizations, and provides real-time translation between diverse data formats. With MENTIS, analog and digital inputs are internally rerouted using an embedded switching fabric, and the signals are transformed into a digital output that is passed to the platform’s onboard computer for logging and/or analysis, eliminating the need to rewire input connectors for different payloads. The onboard processing provides translations between various input signal types, all in a package as small as 1” x 1” x ½”.
Three MENTIS configurations are available:
- Nano-MENTIS: AD conversion, input remapping, and signal routing
- Micro-MENTIS :AD conversion, input remapping, and signal routing
- Mini-MENTIS: AD conversion, input remapping, transcoding, signal routing
MFD – Multi Function Cockpit Display
POC’s Multifunction Display (MFD) provides full-color graphics rendering, operator controls, and high resolution display for rugged military applications (ground or airborne). Customizable in size, the Active-Matrix Liquid Crystal Display (AMLCD) features anti-reflective, electro-magnetic interference shielding treatments and a selectable LED backlight that provides operation for day and night. Multiple configurable soft keys can be used to display information to the user in numerous ways to work with current or future platforms.
PDGX – Programmable Display Generator Expanded
The PDGX provides air vehicle general processing and display graphics processing capabilities for the Color Multi-Function Displays (CMFDs). The PDGX generates scales, organizes and positions both symbology and/or sensor video in accordance with the mode selected by the pilot though interactive software controlled buttons/switches located on each of the CMFD bezels and other aircraft controls. The PDGX can support future Operational Flight Program (OFP) software sustainment upgrades and will support displaying critical operational information. The PDGX can support modern cockpit displays or high definition video; increased memory, supports higher throughput, and additional hardware interfaces.
RAD – Revolutionary Avionics Display
RAD is a ruggedized F-35 form-factor or compatible cockpit display that takes advantage of the recent revolutions in display technology including higher resolutions and corresponding smaller pixel pitches, as well as increased refresh rates, contrast and color gamut enhancements techniques, and advances in solid-state lighting efficiency.
WIFIRE ID – Wireless Fire Identification
Within 4 ms WIFIRE ID will detect aircraft fires over a wide area after ignition. The lightweight (3 oz) ZigBee wireless system (2.4GHz) supports a large number of detectors throughout the aircraft.