Military Aerospace Electronics is excited to extend an invitation to a webinar on February 21, brought to you by Infineon Technologies in El Segundo, Calif., delving into the vital realm of artificial intelligence (AI)-based onboard processing for edge computing satellites.
Explore the essential role of AI-driven onboard processing in edge computing satellites, offering advantages such as bandwidth reduction, expedited decision-making, heightened security, improved autonomy, and scalability. Technological progress has ushered in a new era where computational satellites bring processing capabilities closer to data sources, facilitating real-time processing and transmitting only pertinent data back to Earth. This not only minimizes latency but also enhances response times.
Contemporary satellite architectures for edge computing harness the capabilities of advanced Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). Although FPGAs may consume more power compared to their microprocessor counterparts, their adaptability for reconfiguration post-launch makes them the preferred choice. Given the power constraints and radiation exposure inherent in satellites, FPGAs emerge as a strategic solution.
Esteemed presenters include Wibawa Chou, Technical Marketing Director at IR HiRel, and Dr. Helmut Puchner, VP Fellow of Aerospace and Defense at Infineon Memory Solutions. Chou, boasting over two decades of experience in power electronic design and applications, obtained his B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from Ohio State University. Puchner, holding M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from Vienna Technical University, has been contributing to the industry since 2002.
Don’t miss this invaluable opportunity to deepen your insights into the pivotal role of AI-based onboard processing in edge computing satellites. Join us on February 21, 2024, at 2:00 p.m. Eastern. Click here to explore further details and secure your spot for this enlightening event!