Military Embedded Systems Tom Varcie talks to Crystal Group’s Technical Director, Jeff Dixon about the company’s newest video encoder at Sea Air Space 2021 in National Harbor, MD.
Learn more about the industry’s first ruggedized video appliances (RVA) here.
An autonomous, self-driving vehicle, powered by one of our computer systems, stopped at our office on it’s drive from the Twin Cities down to Texas. The cars are owned by VSI Labs and are used solely for research and development of self-driving technology and safety features.
Read more about the visit here.
Crystal Group products are designed and built to withstand the elements; however, we occasionally receive requests for best practices for cleaning Crystal products. This video shows the cleaning method that is safe for all Crystal Group servers, computers, networking devices, keyboards and LCD screens.
Click here to download cleaning instructions.
Tune in to this Embedded Executives interview at embedded world 2020 with Toni Hogan, Director of Program Management, Industrial & Commercial at Crystal Group, as she navigates the emerging roads of autonomous vehicle development.
Listen in as Crystal Group’s Mike Ivester discusses its rugged switch along with partners Rick Machio from Ruckus and John Lytle from Angelus during #AUSA2019.
Beth Otting, director of program management, military, from Crystal Group discusses the company’s Intel Openvino data protection display at AUSA2019. Beth talks to #militaryvlogger Tom Varcie from Military Embedded Systems about tactical edge and Openvino — an open source product with AI accelerator for X86 architecture. Joseph Brand, chief security officer with Futura Cyber, helps explain how data is protected.
At Crystal Group, we design, engineer and build highly reliable, rugged computer hardware for military, industrial and commercial applications, leveraging commercial, off-the-shelf and custom innovations.
Our rugged servers, displays, storage systems, embedded computers and networking devices are built and tested to stringent military and industrial standards. Our solutions are built and tested in-house by highly trained professionals.
To meet rapidly growing demand for its products, Crystal Group completed a $17.5 million business expansion in 2018 that added an impressive, new 111,500-square-foot facility, grew production capacity by more than 50%, created over 100 new jobs, and added state-of-the-art equipment.
Program Manager, Kate Helle, describes how our Crystal Group FORCE™ rugged server line solved specific flexibility problems for our Navy customers with it’s modular options.
Why is Crystal Group one of the Coolest Places to Work in the Corridor? Let our employees tell you!
Our discussion with Military Embedded Systems at XPONENTIAL 2019 about Crystal Group’s FORCE server module options. With each server option (1U, 2U, 3U), these modules options include driver carriers, additional serial ports, switch module, and a sanitize module.
Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, explains the difference between Crystal Group’s Rugged Server and Industrial Server product lines.
Crystal Group discusses AI and automation with Military Embedded Systems at AUSA 2018.
Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Robert Haag, along with Rick Macchio, consulting systems engineer at Ruckus Networks, discuss cyber security at our booth during AUSA.
Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Bob Haag, described our capabilities and how they can be applied to Army applications.
We talk to POWERGRID Internationals’ Teresa Hansen at DistribuTECH 2018 about Crystal Group’s new power substation solutions as well as their partnership with Intel & VMWare.
Crystal Group’s President and EVP of Engineering explain how decades of rugged military computing experience led the way to pioneering autonomous driving systems with Intel® and leading OEM’s worldwide.
Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, discusses the burn in process all units go through at Crystal Group before shipping.
Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, discusses the need for Rugged Displays, and how Crystal Group can meet that need.
Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, discusses EMI requirements, and what Crystal Group is doing to ruggedize power supplies to meet these requirements.
Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, explains how Crystal Group ruggedizes their product lines.
Jim Shaw, EVP of Engineering at Crystal Group, explains the origin of ruggedized COTS, and how Crystal Group provides ruggedized COTS equipment to their customer base.
Here at Crystal Group we’ve tailored a vibration profile to really take into account wheeled vehicle as well as some turbo prop aircraft. What we do is we have a composite profile that gets us 4.43 Gs and essentially we do that for all of our products. That’s what it means to us to pass vibration.