This white paper, outlines at a high level the types of capabilities being developed by Curtiss-Wright to protect the leading-edge capabilities being developed by system integrators.
This whitepaper looks at approaches to debugging, categories of software bugs, tracepoints, sparklines and memory overwrites.
This white paper provides an overview of the challenges associated with using Ethernet for real-time systems, and some approaches to addressing those challenges.
Predictive maintenance techniques promise to reduce maintenance spend by 15%-20%. We explore the problems Airline MROs are having with current monitoring approaches and suggest an approach which can deliver this.
Jumping the Hurdles: Designing Highly Effective Embedded Graphics Solutions for the Aerospace and Defense Industry
This white paper details the roadblocks integrators face while designing graphics-intensive applications, and how to best overcome them to ensure successful graphics capabilities.
This paper looks at the potential application of Machine Learning (ML) techniques with a view to automating tasks that would otherwise be performed by engineers in the preflight phase.
This conference paper describes the benefits of using a mixture of both FPGA and CPU based technologies in conjunction with flexible software in a Flight Test context.
This white paper will discuss how glass cockpit displays can be optimally utilized and how Line Replaceable Units (LRU) such as Crash Recorders and Air Data Computers (ADC) integrate with these modern systems
Addressing the Environmental and Operational Issues for Data Acquisition Systems Onboard Space Launch Vehicles
This white paper looks in more detail at the environmental and operational issues for space launch vehicles (although such applies for many other space mission types) and suggests solutions based on existing ruggedized COTS data acquisition systems (DAS).
This white paper outlines the evolution of existing architectures, comparing them to where we are today from a hardware perspective, and dives into why we’re starting to move into existing wideband possibilities.