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Alta Data Technologies Selected as a Supplier by Leading Aerospace Company

Alta Data Technologies announces the selection of its MIL-STD-1553 interface cards and software by Network Sensing Technologies, LLC (NST) of Fort Walton Beach, FL. Alta’s MIL-STD-1553 interface cards provide critical testing of USAF / NST systems for advanced R&D concept explorations associated with GPS denied environments.

“Alta Data’s products and expertise are an asset to NST and our customers, and their industry leading products are critical for the successful testing and monitoring of our of MIL-STD-1553 networked systems. Alta’s 1553 network cards and software have saved us valuable time and provide unmatched capability. Their commitment and support (sales, software, hardware engineering staff) are truly the best in class,” said Michael Chaloupka, NST’s President.

Harry Wild, VP of Sales of Alta adds, “Network Sensing is a leader in providing system software solutions for realtime and archived aircraft data. It has been our goal to provide NST the best possible products and support available in the market today, and we are extremely pleased to be associated with their programs. Alta shares the goals of NST to bring innovative technologies, streamlined business practices, increased product quality and cost reduction to the aerospace market.”

About Alta Data

Alta Data Technologies is leading provider of avionics and I/O interface cards and software. Alta has introduced several new standard features such as signal capture, signal generators and advanced packetized 1553 Common Data Packet architectures. Provided with most cards is an advanced, modular AltaAPI software tool kit that easily ports between operating systems and provides true, independent application support between device channels. Alta’s PCI, PCI Express, PMC, XMC, PCCARD, VPX, cPCI/PXI and PCI Express interface cards and software are offered in multi channel configurations and includes ARINC combination channels on most platforms. Operating system platforms include MS Windows, National Instruments’ LabVIEW Real-Time, Wind River’s VxWorks, Greenhills Software’ Integrity, LynxWorks’ LynxOS, Linux 32-bit and 64-bit, IntervalZero’s RTX and Sun’s Solaris 64.

About Network Sensing

Network Sensing Technologies (NST) is a provider of advanced R&D and integrated flight test capabilities for various USAF programs associated with GPS jamming, smart weapons, Net-Centric data distribution / translation, electronic warfare, UAV guidance and control search algorithms, high speed mixed inertial / video / augmentation sensor data collection systems as well as HWIL modeling and simulation environments. NST’s real-time systems provide data connectivity between various physical and simulated avionics via Alta’s MIL-STD-1553 interface cards and NST’s networked distributed architectures (CORBA/DDS et al) to units under test in mobile, laboratory and airborne applications. Supported operating systems include embedded OSs and MS Windows / IntervalZero, single symmetric multiprocessing CPU platforms.

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