Sea-Air-Space 2020 has shifted to an online virtual event due to the current situation regarding COVID-19. Jaan Mannik, Director of Commercial Sales gives a tour of our virtual SAS 2020 Booth. Watch the video to learn about the products we were going to show at SAS 2020 and to learn about how to enter to win an RTX4000 GPU!
Our booth tour features the OSS AI on the Fly® systems suited to bringing the power of the datacenter to the battlefield. For rugged data recording and storage OSS offers the MIL-STD 810 tested FSAn-4R rugged all flash array. The CA16000 and SCA8000 compute acceleration products featuring NVIDIA V100S GPUs bring server performance into rugged environments for AI training and inference applications including customized, liquid-cooled products for autonomous military vehicles. These products are complimented by our mobile MIL-STD rugged Scorpion tablets and handheld products as well as Puma accelerated embedded PCs for the mobile warfighter.
The Navy League's Sea-Air-Space Exposition was founded in 1965 as a means to bring the U.S. defense industrial base, private-sector U.S. companies and key military decision-makers from the sea services together for an annual innovative, educational, professional event located in the heart of Washington,D.C. Sea-Air-Space is now the largest maritime exposition in the U.S. and continues as an invaluable extension of the Navy League's mission of maritime policy education and sea service support.
One Stop Systems and Bressner will be in Munich, Germany for the Bauma Trade Fair on October 24-30. We will be showing our 3U-SDS, Rigel and EB-4400 products.
Bauma is the world's leading trade fair for construction machinery, building material machines, mining machines, construction vehicles and construction equipment. With more than 3,500 exhibitors and nearly 630,000 visitors, we have moved the global construction, building materials and mining industries. The interplay of international enterprises, renowned experts and a well-versed audience at Munich’s trade fair center again provided impulses for the future.