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July 2021 Newsletter

July 22, 2021

One Stop Systems Visual Analytics

The use of Visual Analytics is advancing rapidly as Artificial Intelligence is employed to build sophisticated tools and processes to review large data sets. By managing these large data sets from an array of sensors and video sources, the OSS solution can decipher threats in real-time with little or no human interaction. The data filtered by an AI engine is presented to aid the user in identifying patterns and actionable intelligence with increased accuracy and insights. The combination of employing AI and Visual Analytics into actionable solution is at the core of solutions provided by OSS.
 
July News and Events

Upcoming Trade Show


Sea Air Space - National Harbor, MD (August 2nd - 4th)

OSS will be exhibiting at The Navy League's Sea-Air-Space Exposition in National Harbor, MD from August 2nd to August 4th. Come see us in booth #112 where we will be showcasing our specialized high-performance Artificial Intelligence computing solutions that bring ‘no compromise’ datacenter performance to edge systems deployed in harsh environments. These specialized platforms include customized servers, compute accelerators, flash storage arrays and expansion systems deployed today in critical defense systems on land, air and sea.
 
We will be showcasing the following products:
  • Live Demo: Long range visual observation system using AI models and visual analytics software, inference and data collection hardware, and advanced optics.
  • GAS-R
  • EB4400
  • FSAn-4R
  • Aircraft 10G Managed Ethernet Switch




The use of Visual Analytics is advancing rapidly as Artificial Intelligence is employed to build sophisticated tools and processes to review large data sets. By managing these large data sets from an array of sensors and video sources, the OSS solution can decipher threats in real-time with little or no human interaction. The data filtered by an AI engine is presented to aid the user in identifying patterns and actionable intelligence with increased accuracy and insights. The combination of employing AI and Visual Analytics into actionable solution is at the core of solutions provided by OSS.

 
 
Artificial Intelligence is rapidly becoming a core element of defense systems across all mission environments including on land, in the air and on the sea. These applications require the highest possible performance deployable in the harshest conditions.
 
 
OSS brings the compute power of HPC to the unique environmental requirements of military AI applications.
 
 
 
AI capabilities are embedded in many shipboard defensive and offensive mission systems designed for rapid awareness and reaction to threats
 
 
Datacenters in the sky need all the capabilities of land-based datacenters, but must function in harsh vibration and thermal environments while meeting strict weight, size and power constraints of the aircraft.
 




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