Moscow, Russia based Module Research Centre is all set to present its latest products and technologies at 12th Aero India Exhibition, the biggest international aerospace exhibition – organised in Bengaluru during 20th and 24th February 2019.
More than 60,000 business visitors and 100,000 general visitors attended Aero India previous year. This year about 373 exhibitors from more than 30 countries will showcase their technologies and state-of-the-art equipment for aerospace industry and civil aviation at the exhibition space of more than 30 000 sq m.
Russia is traditionally one of the biggest participants of the exhibition. Russian show at Aero India features the most promising areas of the Russia-India technical cooperation.
Module presents its projects in the main business segments: microelectronics, space&avionics and development and implementation of deep convolutional neural networks. The company will demonstrate the competences in high-reliable embedded computers design for use in avionics and space industry. Module also presents microelectronics components including instrumental models and amplifiers.
Module key product family is based on unique licensed NeuroMatrix® architecture. At Aero India Module will display its core products – high-performance processors NM6406, NM6407 and brand-new NM6408. NM6408 is a floating-point hybrid processor that is basically a high performance universal platform focused on real time large data streams processing. It features powerful NeuroMatrix cores, universal ARM core, high-bandwidth interconnect and external periphery for the organization of interprocessor communication.
Aleksei Mokhnatkin, Module Deputy General Director, said, “We see huge potential in cooperation with India and are willing to find new business opportunities in all priority sectors of our development, especially those connected to projects with deep convolutional neural networks. Module is actively expanding its global reach now working with enterprises from China, Malaysia, Germany, etc. As desired result of Aero India, we hope to get new Indian partners”.
Module Research Centre is a leading Russian fabless semiconductor company designing and delivering state-of-the-art analog, radio frequency and mixed-signal integrated circuits, PowerPC, DSP, NeuroNet processors, and Silicon IP.
Module own processor architecture represents a set of hardware and software tools for implementation of deep convolutional neural networks. Module key expertise lies in the area of development of real-time video-image processing systems.
The company provides high-reliable embedded computers design and manufacturing meeting the most demanding requirements of aviation and aerospace industry.
Established in 1990, Module today is one of the top-rank companies in the field of cutting-edge technology embedded systems both in Russia and in the world with extensive science and technology infrastructure and the staff of more than 500 highly qualified development engineers and researchers.