The defense industry has been the bright spot for PC/104 suppliers during the economic crisis brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, say the participants – PC104 Consortium members – in our annual roundtable. The panelists discuss how artificial intelligence/machine learning applications (AI/ML) will be a growth area for PC/104 technology across multiple markets. They also cover how processing technology like Arm and Intel are key to future adaptations of PC/104 and ask if NVIDIA solutions will ever be found on PC/104 designs. Our panelists are Roy Keeler, Senior Product and Business Development Manager, Aerospace & Defense, ADLINK Technology and Vice President of Branding for the PC104 Consortium; Flemming Christensen, Managing Director, Sundance Microprocessor Technology; George T. Hilliard, Technical Sales Director, WinSystems; and JC Ramirez, Vice-President of ADL Embedded Solutions Engineering (ADLES).
Stephen St. Amant, President of the PC/104 Consortium, leads a discussion for visitors to the OpenSystems Media booth at the 2019 Embedded World Conference & Exhibition. In photo (L to R): Stephen St. Amant; Roy Keeler, ADLINK Technology and VP of Branding for the PC/104 Consortium; Jonathan Miller, President of Diamond Systems Corp.; Dr. Paul [...]