Flexible D2D Chassis Reduce
Costs & Simplify Schedules

Requirements change and designs evolve as a program moves from development to demonstration and, finally, deployment but some functionality is constant; a system chassis needs a backplane, power supply and a way to remove excess heat. Despite these common needs, programs typically pay, in full, for new chassis technology at each phase because available options lack the flexibility to make configuration adaptations. The need for chassis flexibility and configurability is now addressed in the D2D (Development to Deployment) chassis, designed for easy upgrade as programs progress. It is possible to reduce program costs for chassis and payload content by 30-50% while simplifying program management and reducing lead times relative to custom solutions. This white paper will discuss chassis requirements across program phases and then describe the details of the flexible, affordable D2D approach.

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