Reduce Size… Weight… and Power Consumption. Aerospace and defense integrators are pressing suppliers of embedded computers and avionics systems to get smaller, faster and lighter.  Increased functionality is expected as a baseline, along with benefits of modularity, scalability and location independence.  Learn how these technology trends are driving designers to engineer cohesive end-to-end solutions for optimal performance.  You will gain an understanding of the evolving industry, environment and the technology at hand.  Attend this webinar to learn more on how advanced high speed I/O devices and inside the box products / solutions can help reduce SWaP in your avionics systems.
Earle Olson
High Bandwidth/High Speed Fiber & Copper Solutions
With more than 31 years of experience in the electronics and fiber optic interconnect industry, Earle has a wide range of experience in Commercial and Mil Aerospace applications as well as innovations such as the first video phone, early versions of the PC and servers to early In-Flight Entertainment systems and C4ISR. BS St. Cloud State; MBA, University of Redlands.
Greg Powers
C4ISR & Space applications, embedded computing
With an engineering degree from Syracuse University, Greg has more than 25 years’ experience in development engineering, field application engineering, sales, account management and technical marketing. In addition, Greg holds two patents relative to optic datacom devices.
Guillaume Cornut
I/O Modularity for Equipment and Mil/Aero Harsh environments
Combining a Mechanical Engineering Degree with a Master in B to B Marketing, Guillaume has developed his skills in Product Marketing and Event Management over the last ten years. He has worked in several companies in the COMAIR industry, from the MRO to the Aircraft Engine markets, and has been in the Connector business for 5 years.