Advance System Monitoring made easy by One Stop Systems

September 13, 2022

Advance System Monitoring

Complex solutions and the need to monitor them. Edge Computing provides the opportunity to move highly complex, multifunctional solutions to the edge in support of the DoD advance compute initiatives. The connected battlefield requires solutions that are not only able to perform but are also capable of meeting the varied environments of the modern-day field of deployment. This daunting task challenges the best system designers to build a solution that is measured in the extreme.

Generally speaking, the types of system design break out as follows: 

  • Localized System – Designed from inception as one system, examples could be an aircraft or ship. 
  • Systems of Systems  – These are highly distributed systems for which the final configuration is unknown. 
  • Combat Operations  – The complexity is the result of the connected battlefield and the extreme physical environments.     

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