Ibeos provides bus and payload computing solutions suitable for all types of space environments. The company's radiation tolerant EDGE payload processors provide on-board processing power that ranges from 300 GFLOPS to >1 TFLOPS. Ibeos' assemblies provide a mix of serial interfaces for communicating with bus and payload assemblies. Custom configurations are also available.
Ibeos' EDGE Payload Processor is a radiation-tolerant, high-performance, and flexible platform capable of order-of-magnitude processing improvements over state-of-the-art spacecraft computers. The EDGE's architecture is built around highly parallelizable graphics processing unit (GPU) technology. The card provides a 192-core GPU as its primary compute engine, within a radiation-tolerant architecture, providing on-orbit computational throughput that is unrivaled at the EDGE's size, weight, and power. The EDGE enables a new generation of highly capable and affordable on-orbit processing in a package suitable for most spacecraft.
Potential mission applications using EDGE payload processors include:
- Image manipulation, comparison, acquisition, and processing
- RF signal processing
- Computer vision for proximity and remote docking ops
- Software defined radio and channelizing
- Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data processing
- Data packetization and compression
The EDGE-X card is a customizable 3U expansion card for easy integration into a 3U SpaceVPX chassis and its processing architecture. The 3U expansion card enables a selection of additional high-speed data interfaces to the backplane, broken out through a radiation-tolerant FPGA. Fully customized EDGE-X carrier cards are available upon request.
This product is available internationally, free of ITAR export controls.
Ibeos' EDGE Processor is also available in a 1U form factor to be easily used in a CubeSat architecture.
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Last updated: 2023-05-02