Integrated Vehicle Health & Monitoring

Integrated Vehicle Health & Monitoring

Application Ready Systems

Military vehicles must have the ability to meet evolving combat requirements while operating under hostile conditions and the reliability to function effectively under such conditions. Integrated Vehicle Health Monitoring (IVHM) systems combine a range of diagnostic tools within a single platform and provide around-the-clock, intelligent diagnostics on critical mission, air, land and sea applications.

The technology of IVHM enables the collection of information on an object's status, condition, and performance. It also facilitates the transmission of this information, often from hostile environments. By linking fault sensors and other sources of data that monitor component, systems and subsystems, early warning maintenance costs, and improve vehicle readiness. By identifying potential faults and failures, the proper corrective action can be taken. Primarily, such decisions will enable the maintainer to better schedule maintenance based on actual performance and condition of an asset (the airplane itself, or any of its parts) rather than when a component fails or when regular maintenance cycle is performed. Any event that leads to a plane malfunction in between these two parameters can be flagged and addressed by consistently applying IVHM.

NAI’s Integrated Vehicle Health & Monitoring systems employ a range of device interfaces that support a myriad of sensor inputs and perform intelligent sensor monitoring of military vehicles on critical missions. IVHM systems enable the collection and transmission of information regarding a vehicle’s status, condition, and performance. This provides early warning maintenance signals, enhances vehicle safety, reduces manpower and maintenance costs, and improves vehicle readiness. NAI’s Vehicle Health Monitoring systems provide the foundation for identifying potential faults and failures, indicating the need for corrective action either when a component fails or when regular maintenance cycles are required.

NAI’s rugged IVHM systems offer proven solutions and are ruggedized to withstand -40º C to +71° C and qualified to MIL-STD-1275D & MIL-STD-704A with 50 ms holdup (power supply); MIL-STD-461F and MIL-STD-810G.

Looking for a different Application Ready System? Click here to view our full offering of pre-configured, pre-validated, rugged Application Ready Systems. Or, configure a semi-custom solution of your own.

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Open Systems Architecture

NAI's modular, highly Configurable Open Systems Architecture™ (COSA®) enables you to meet your most demanding system requirements– in less time while reducing risks associated with custom designs.

If one of the off-the-shelf Integrated Vehicle Health Monitoring configurations described below do not meet your requirements, you can configure a semi-custom solution of your own.

Simply select a rugged enclosure of your choice. NAI will populate it with I/O boards, smart function modules, single board computers (SBCs), power supplies, and software libraries of your choice.

Add your IP to our pre-integrated, fully tested systems and move from specification to deployment without extended delivery schedules or NRE.

 
ModelPhotoSeriesForm FactorProcessorSpeedI/O & CommunicationsOSWt. (lbs)Volume (in3)
IVHM-31CP0CSIU313U cPCIARM® Cortex®-A9N/A2 x 10/100/1000Base-T; ARINC 429/575 (12); A/D (16); RTD (8); 28 VDC PSU w/holdupVxWorks®, Xilinx® PetaLinux<5.096.41
IVHM-33CP0CSIU333U cPCIARM® Cortex®-A9N/A2 x 10/100/1000Base-T; ARINC 429/575 (12); CANBus (8); MIL-STD-1553 (2); A/D (48); RTD (8); Discrete I/O (24); RS-232/422/485 (8); 28 VDC PSU w/holdupVxWorks®, Xilinx® PetaLinux<10.0196.10
IVHM-35CP0CSIU353U cPCIN/AN/AARINC 429/575 (12); CANBus (8); MIL-STD-1553 (2); RTD (24); A/D (48); TTL I/O (48); Discrete I/O (24); RS-232/422/485 (16); 28 VDC PSU w/holdupN/A<15.0296.85