Next week’s Hercules Operators Council (HOC), which will take place on 16th-17th October and will be hosted by Lockheed Martin, will see the Memory Division of Kaman Precision Products, introduce AMADEUS, its Advanced Memory and Data Exchange Universal System.
The event, that will take place at the Renaissance Waverly Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia, will also see the company showcase its Model 9410 and Model 9450 data transfer units. Kaman Memory experts will also be on hand to showcase current products and discuss a number of new solutions.
AMADEUS includes the Model 9740 Multi-Port data transfer unit which includes four removable memory cards (RMC) and a mini-Ground Station Adapter (GSA). The Model 9740 provides simultaneous data interface over 10GB Ethernet, Mil-Std 1553, RS-232/422 as well as options to record multiple SMPTE 292 and NTSC (RS-170) video/audio channels.
Each Kaman RMC boasts a capacity of 2TB with AES 256 encrypted data-at-rest. This small card is packaged in a rugged and hermetically sealed stainless steel case and moves data at fast speeds. The pocket sized GSA facilitates expeditionary operations and enables the operator to connect with virtually any computer via USB 3.0 in order to rapidly exchange pre-and post-mission data. AMADEUS is engineered to align with Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACET) and perform in the harshest military, aerospace and industrial environments.
The Kaman Model 9410 and Model 9450 data transfer units will also be on display as a representation of over 20 years of operational support to the C-130J programme. These products provide the ability to exchange data on legacy SCSI and MIL-STD 1553 interfaces, respectively.