An experienced autonomous system supplier for both military and commercial vehicle platforms sought reliable COTS electronics hardware to upgrade their multi-platform autonomy kit in support of a mining truck program that was both cost-sensitive and schedule-constrained.
To remain competitive, a Curtiss-Wright customer needed to upgrade an existing radar system that was deployed across multiple airborne platforms. A critical part of the upgrade was doubling the system’s signal processing throughput.
Increase memory capacity by 400% to solve sensor fusion challenges. Read the full details here.
A customer approached Curtiss-Wright with a requirement of upgrading to modern COTS hardware while keeping legacy proprietary infrastructure. Read about the SWaP solution Curtiss-Wright developed here.
A system developer needed a network attached storage (NAS) device for an unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV). Due to the size, weight and power (SWaP) constraints of the vehicle, the NAS needed to be very small while providing the network services of a larger file server. Read about the...
A large radar developer wanted to build a radar system based on a large number of DSP processor modules interconnected via a 40G switch, some FPGA modules, and an FMC. Learn about the solution we developed.
This case study discusses the challenge a Curtiss-Wright customer, a major Flight Test organization, had where they needed to implement a compact, rugged flight test system with real-time analysis running on hardware.
Using a Degraded Visual Environment (DVE) system enables aircraft pilots to visualize the landing area in poor conditions, allowing them a safe, on time descent to their target destination.
A major SAM supplier sought a rugged COTS switching solution capable of providing a 20-year service life and complying with all reliability requirements.
A major aerospace supplier with proven sensor and aircraft development experience required a low-SWaP Ethernet switch for a multi-sensor fighter aircraft pod designed to fulfill urgent capability gaps for critical air-to-air missions.