U.S. helicopter pilots are in need of assistance when it comes to avoiding enemy radar and radar-guided missiles and weapons, according to a published report.
As technology has advanced, many have grown used to the convenience provided by touchscreens on devices such as smartphones and tablets.
The results of defense software and embedded software systems often get a great deal of attention - but often, few realize the massive testing that allowed for such elegant products, according to one site.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency announced recently its intention to create what it calls a "fully automated defense system" - a system which potentially could conduct embedded software testing on itself before conducting its own maintenance.
A high-tech helmet design, one of the key components for the new F-35 fighter, has been selected, according to DefenseNews. The Pentagon has chosen a designer, and will be moving forward with the project.
Boeing's Dreamliner has been the subject of a great deal of attention as its rollout has continued in recent months, and now, Australia's first version of the aircraft is set to make its transatlantic voyage for Jetstar.
As combat evolves, the aircrafts necessary continue to advance rapidly in order to face the modern demands of the military.
Some of the most creative and innovative companies in the world operate in Silicon Valley, working to make the products and technology that will advance the world into the future.
The fifth-generation F-35 is a miracle of modern engineering, and its complexity is part of its effectiveness, according to Avionics Intelligence. No small part of its success has been the vital role embedded software testing has played in its optimization.
As so many industries have rapidly evolved to embrace cutting-edge technology, it has been necessary to ensure that the embedded software testing has kept pace.