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 lifecycle 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.
A tradition of excellence has been at the core of every system we design, and at the core is where all the advanced engineering design work starts with our custom designed products that require unsurpassed performance in very limited or nonexistent space. Our SV-1200-IX, also known as the Gemini™, is HDIT at its finest boasting a 1U dual-suite chassis that holds two completely independent mini-servers packed tight with up-to 24 processing cores and up-to 192GB of memory making it ideal for virtualization platforms. | Read More
The latest rugged systems from TAG’s engineering labs feature our patent pending Field-Upgradable CPU™ modules built around highly integrated ultra-compact COM Express computer-on-module technology. Choose from the latest Intel® i7, i5, i3, and Atom™ powered module platforms to either maximize performance or optimize the system around stringent Size, Weight and Power (SWaP) requirements found in autonomous unmanned ground, airborne, and maritime vehicles. | Read More
TAG’s patented MIL-STIK® invention is a component that secures circuit board cards to an electrical socket. By clamping down conventional circuit boards into a connector socket on a baseboard, such as a motherboard, COTS systems subject to intense vibration and shock have a reliable and cost effective way of enhancing the security of its internal components. | Read More