Single-board computers (SBC) are used widely in rugged, deployed defensive electronic applications. Powerful processors mounted on sturdy circuit boards execute mission plans, manage sensors, display results, coordinate communications, and other functions.
Defensive electronics are used by the military to protect transports and other large, slower flying aircraft. With their slow flight and predictable path, these aircraft are highly susceptible to shoulder-fired, surface-to-air missiles.
Learn how XONE Technology, a provider of advanced COMINT and DF/Geolocation ISR products, leveraged Curtiss-Wright and other trusted partner technology to integrate battlefield dominant capability using a modular open systems approach to build their intelligence and surveillance receiver.
Prior to each mission, the mission plans and map data were to be transported from the base station to the USV. After each mission, any data collected during the mission had to be transported from the USV back to the base station for subsequent analysis.
Tasked with building a new Unmanned Surface Vehicle (USV), a shipbuilder faced challenging requirements. The developer planned to connect all the computer systems via a one gigabit Ethernet (1 GbE) network.
Organization Successfully Deploys Total System Solution from Data Acquisition to Real-Time Analysis and Post-Test Validation
An aircraft OEM needed a flight test solution for one of its new jets. As an experienced designer and manufacturer, they decided to use multiple hardware vendors to complete their flight test instrumentation (FTI) system, which included a recorder and telemetry system that was using a...
A military systems integrator received a government contract to upgrade the computer networking electronics onboard a small fleet of ground combat vehicles as part of a modernization pilot program. If successful, the contract would demonstrate increased network capacity, resiliency, and...
With integrated fire control, naval ships in missile defense roles can communicate directly with ground-based Patriot missile batteries.