Read the white paper by Curtiss-Wright TCOTS experts and learn about our holistic approach to Trusted Computing that applies rigorous protection standards at every stage of the development process.
Andrew McCoubrey explores the causes of latency in embedded Ethernet networks and how networking features can be used to manage and reduce it.
This white paper by David Sheets explores the role that hardware plays in ensuring the security of operating systems (OS) and hypervisors.
This white paper highlights the challenges with video system architecture design by looking at a traditional system versus an ideal system solution.
Integrated Data Acquisition Solutions for Aerospace Platforms with Highly Restrictive Space and Weight Requirements and Harsh Environmental Conditions
Space and weight are key factors in designing, mounting and installing data acquisition systems on UAV and missile development programs. Pat Quinn discusses integrated and expandable solutions that address these challenges.
Ivan Straznicky and Luke Falconer look at implementation of high speed serial fabric signaling on VPX/OpenVPX platforms.
Mike Hornby explores how tactical advantage on the battlefield of the future will be based on trust. To be effective on the battlefield, personnel will need a higher level of trust that all systems will work as needed in any situation.
Many organizations want to develop a flight data recorder (FDR) to build in-country expertise and create custom solutions easily. This white paper details the requirements for an FDR and how they are built.
This white paper focuses on hardware features built-in to the most popular defense and aerospace processor architectures to ensure the continued security of a trusted system during operation.
This white paper looks at whether Arm’s commercial success can translate to defense and aerospace markets in order to meet the highest DO-254 requirements and fill the Power Architecture void.