TAG's rugged ultra-mobile computers are optimized for the stringent Size, Weight and Power (SWaP) requirements for applications supporting unmanned systems, airborne mission computers, and tactical vehicles. Built with rugged aluminum housing, and solid-state technology, these Small Form Factor (SSF) computers are designed to withstand the rigors of physical transport. Leveraging Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) components, and TAG’s integration expertise, these ultra-mobile computers can be deployed quickly, and the small size allows them to be mounted in the smallest of spaces.
TAG’s rugged SV-10 ultra-mobile computer was engineered with a modular design that offers the option of a single, or dual-core Intel® Atom™ processor. When fully loaded the SV-10 ultra-mobile computer weighs in at 1.4lbs making it ideal for unmanned systems, and tactical vehicles that have limited space for electronics. The low power consumption platform of ultra-mobile computers makes them suited for a range of in-vehicle, and hard mounted applications such as mobile communications, video surveillance, and machine control operations. Engineered for military-grade performance, the SV-10 ultra-mobile computer also designed deployment for security, maritime, oil, gas, mining, construction, and agriculture applications. The SV-10 ultra-mobile computer is manufactured following an intricate engineering process that involves deployable architecture development, mechanical and electrical engineering, thermal simulation, and environmental testing.
TAG's SV-20 Field-Upgradable Computer™ features a replaceable CPU module powered by Intel® processors, and an 8"(W) x 3.1"(H) x 12.5"(D) Small Form Factor (SSF) conduction cooled chassis that can be easily mounted inside a number of places where space is limited. Our patent-pending Field-Upgradable CPU™ module found in the TAG SV-20 SSF computer features a removable computer module heat sink assembly that forms a water, and air tight seal when attached to the computer chassis that then gets mated to baseboard component through an internal compartment of the chassis. The Field-Upgradable CPU™ module heat sink assembly is easily removed, or attached to the computer chassis, providing a quick method for servicing an integral component of rugged computer systems. Improvements in the computer systems architecture will greatly improve the users ability to upgrade the computer modules without the need to pull the systems from action, but only momentarily while upgrades are being made.
TAG’s rugged SV-20 ultra-mobile computer features a replaceable CPU module, and an 8"(W) x 3.1"(H) x 12.5"(D) Small Form Factor (SSF) conduction cooled chassis that can be too be easily deployed. Designed with the space-limited applications in mind to simplify system integration, the motherboard chosen featured an Intel® Pentium® M/Celeron™ M CPU, and packs provisions such as high-speed I/O, Ethernet, Solid-State Drives (SSD), and video processing all on a single board. Other enhancements made this unit perfect for voltage holdup, or filtering in military SEM-E modules, telecom circuit packs, and computer cards. The integrated DC/DC converter provides EMI filtering transient protection enabling the system to meet conducted emission/susceptibility per MIL-STD-161, and input transients per MIL-STD-704.
TAG’s rugged SV-410 Small Form Factor (SSF) computer sets the standard for rugged servers with state-of-the-art PICMG PCI backplane technology, and a small footprint 12"(W) x 7"(H) x 15"(D) convection cooled chassis. This backplane/motherboard supports multiple PCI/Express serial interfaces that offered multiple card slots, and devices to work with the system. The flexible system host-board was integrated with a PCI Express graphics, and analog video frame grabber cards for specific high-performance video processing applications required by the customer. The PCI Systems Host board (SHBs) offers a wide variety of board configurations designed to excel in your most demanding applications. Dual-Core processor options provide multi-core processors provide extra execution cores per CPU for increased performance.