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.
A major SAM supplier sought a rugged COTS switching solution capable of providing a 20-year service life and complying with all reliability requirements.
The United States Air Force Academy teams up with the Coast Guard to forecast the Safe Operational Service Life of the HC-130H by monitoring the Center Wing Box (CWB).
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.
The challenge was to design an Application Ready Processor (ARP) consisting of processing hardware, operating system, and processor middleware for a podclass radar system using available off-the-shelf hardware.
An aircraft operator sought a replacement Accident Data Recorder that would provide an improved Mean Time Between Failure, an underwater locator beacon and additional functionality to enable an aircraft system upgrade to include a Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR).
A major systems integrator with proven successes developing combat vehicles for U.S. and foreign defense forces required a VICTORY compliant Ethernet switch for a new armored vehicle platform.
A leading defense contractor required data acquisition and recording of flight test data at 300 Mbps to test a new sensor system on-board a helicopter.
A major U.S. system integrator required an airworthy secure IP network router and rugged multi-core processing subsystem to serve at the core of its next-gen tactical network gateway system.