With increasingly advanced threats in signal intelligence and electronic warfare, systems need to be reliable and SWaP-optimized. Stay ahead of the game with Curtiss-Wright and the VPX3-530.
See how processor mezzanines can reduce your risk and time to market while saving you space, power, and money by adding processor density to your application without adding slots.
Reduce maintenance and operational costs. The ESCADU air data computer holds 15 configurations for 15 different aircraft in one unit.
Transferring data from a data acquisition unit can be done in different ways to match the kind of data that you are acquiring in order to maximize bandwidth. In this video, David Buckley talks about how data can be packaged to suit different data sources.
Data acquisition systems typically gather data from two kinds of sources – synchronous and asynchronous sources. In this ‘knowledge packets’ video, David Buckley talks about what this means and how to best capture this data to ensure data coherency.
Air data computers are used by aircraft to acquire and process data from pitot and static pressure sensors, data buses and analog inputs to obtain key air data parameters.
When selecting a rugged secure storage solution you must consider the three dimensions of storage. This includes flexible I/O, scalable storage, and advanced encryption.
This video addresses the software challenges with high performance embedded computing (HPEC) and highlights Curtiss-Wright's OpenHPEC Accelerator Suite.
Modified COTS, or MCOTS, can play an integral role in the success of your upgrade program, reducing time and costs.
For systems requiring high power densities, AFT cooling is one of the most reliable active cooling solutions.