Reduce Your Risk and Time to Market
With decades of experience designing VITA standards-based, rugged C5ISR systems, our team of system architects work with you to define a system solution that best meets the needs of your program requirements. Whether your system is destined for an airborne, ground, or naval platform, Curtiss-Wright has the MOSA system design expertise you’ll need, earned from supporting hundreds of programs and deployed rugged systems around the world. Our system integration services leverage our innovative commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) modules, including a variety of plug-in cards (PICs) developed in alignment with The Open Group Sensor Open Systems Architecture™ (SOSA) Technical Standard and C5ISR/EW Modular Open Suite of Standards (CMOSS). Our system integration services are available in both U.S.- and Europe-based facilities, making it easy for our customers to meet regional, ITAR, and USEO requirements.
SOSA & CMOSS System Development
Because we’re actively involved in the development of open standards like SOSA, we’re uniquely positioned to provide hands-on support, guidance, and integration services to ensure our clients’ systems meet the emerging specifications. We offer flexible, highly rugged chassis options in three-, five-, or eight-slot configurations. Each chassis has a SOSA- and CMOSS-aligned backplane so you can design almost any functionality into your system without modification. Plus, our Quick Reaction Capability (QRC) allows you to test and deploy faster, with only an eight-week delivery of demo-quality, rugged systems and cards.
System Integration, Engineering, Test Planning & Verification Services
When you have a system integration challenge, reach out to our system design team as early in your program cycle as possible and let a Curtiss-Wright system architect put their system integration expertise to work for you. Our unmatched breadth of system integration capabilities helps to eliminate your design risk to ensure the success of your program’s system development, integration, and deployment.
Curtiss-Wright actively develops new technologies
We are active participants in industry trade associations and DoD RDT&E organizations that are involved in developing advanced products. On an ongoing basis, we investigate next-generation materials and components to provide leading-edge technologies to the marketplace that will speed our customers time-to-market and reduce their program risk. Some of these technologies include: