For system designers who understand the potential of the Raspberry Pi ecosystem, this is the solution you’ve been waiting for
Raspberry Pi technology has been deployed in tens of thousands of applications in many industries worldwide. With the Parvus DuraCOR Pi, Curtiss-Wright has developed the first Raspberry Pi rugged mission computer. Leveraging a Compute Module 4 with Quad-core Arm Cortex A72 processor, the DuraCOR Pi is optimally designed for extreme size, weight, and power (SWaP)-sensitive mobile, airborne, ground, manned/unmanned vehicles, and sensors applications – and its small enough to be integrated into a wearable device or installed on nearly any platform.
A Raspberry Pi Solution from Curtiss-Wright
The Parvus DuraCOR Pi is the first ultra-small form factor (USFF) rugged mission computer to support the Raspberry Pi ecosystem with support for the Hardware Attached on Top (HAT) expansion ecosystem. In addition, it features the Compute Module 4 (CM4), is small, yet rugged, and is customizable and expandable.
Is Arm the Future for Airborne Platforms in Military and Aerospace?
In recent years, Arm processors have made a quiet, understated entry into military and aerospace markets. With a well-established reputation in commercial applications for bringing high performance to low-power mobile devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and wearables, it’s no surprise that Arm’s potential has been recognized in an industry where size, weight and power (SWaP) constraints heavily influence technology selection.