A high capacity 3U VPX storage system with data-at-rest encryption was developed to support a deployable ISR system. Interoperability between the SBCs and storage mitigated system integration risk.
In order to guarantee a high level of measurement reliability, the Air Force Institute of Technology (ITWL) sought to have sensor redundancy, with multiple strain gauges at each load measurement location. Learn about the solution.
A leading aircraft system integrator required a rugged network router and switch as part of a mission system upgrade contract for a European navy aircraft fleet assigned to maritime patrol, reconnaissance, antisurface warfare and anti-submarine warfare applications.
This case study highlights a customer's need for rugged mission computers on an Intel Linux environment that needed to display information to crew members on a high brightness, anti-glare, small, rugged mission display.
Curtiss-Wright recently engaged with a customer designing an upgrade to an airborne radar processing system. Read the case study!
This case study describes a solution to detect and locate SIGINT signals of interest quickly and meet SWaP-constraints of the airborne platform.
Through expertise in designing SWaP-optimized systems, Curtiss-Wright designed the flight control computer with alternate mounting technique, which resulted in significant improvements in thermal performance, system reliability and overall system performance.
This case study describes a crash-protected recorder designed by Curtiss-Wright to interface to a Data Management Unit (DMU) for a mid-range commercial airliner which had schedule challenges and changing requirements.
Learn about the data acquisition solution that met the space requirements for a missile testing application.
An extended-service marine patrol aircraft required a signal processing and display computer to provide an upgrade in capability and performance. Learn about the solution Curtiss-Wright provided!