TAG is a recognized industry leader in integrating advanced technologies into electronics that support complex programs. Our customers depend on our expertise to translate functional requirements and performance objectives into specific design criteria for individual elements, and sub-systems that comprise larger mission-critical systems.
From TAG's Precise Positioning Service (PPS) Global Positioning System-Survey (GPS-S) that enhances military GPS with Multi-GNSS data using a PNT integrity engine to ensure spoofing protection, to the patent pending Field-Upgradable CPU modules that allow technicians to replace the processor module out in the field, TAG focuses on advanced electronics with deployable architectures.
Back in 2004 TAG introduced the first Tactical Hybrid Server (THS) specifically designed to solve the military's heat / power consumption problems with deployable IT hardware, and to provide a system with extended life cycle support delivering exceptional functionality for critical military programs. Today we continue to utilize these power saving, and low thermal output technologies across system designs for programs that need a more effective way to manage performance while taking into consideration important multi-year logistics support, high computing performance, low power usage, and low thermal output all contained in a small, lightweight chassis. | Read More
At the core of the PPS GPS-S system is TAG’s rugged tablet computer, the TC-301 TAG Commander®. The TC-301 integrates both military GPS and civilian GNSS receivers, advanced Real-Time Kinematic (RTK) signal processing technology, a miniature military grade wireless radio, and an Intel® embedded low power multi-core processor. This is all housed inside a rugged military grade tablet with a 7” touchscreen display, and dual hot-swappable long-life batteries. Our customers depend on our expertise to translate functional requirements and performance objectives into specific design criteria for individual elements, and sub-systems that comprise larger mission-critical systems. | Read More
TAG's customer-centric product development is based on our proven engineering process. The process begins with intricate planning of the total project. These considerations include cost analysis, timeline management, component selection, environmental conditions, power budgets, software applications, and integration with current systems.
The customer’s requirements are at the forefront of this entire process and the goal throughout is to evaluate design approaches that meet all of their program and functional requirements. The principal responsibility of TAG design engineers is prototyping which covers multiple engineering disciplines including, but not limited to, electrical and mechanical. First, a model of the product is created and reviewed. Prototypes are usually functional and non-functional. Functional prototypes are used for testing and the non-functional ones are used for form and fit checking. These testing and checking stages are when design flaws are found and corrected, and tooling, manufacturing fixtures, and packaging are developed. | Read More