Time to Move to 25-Hour Cockpit Voice Recorders
Today, in the U.S., cockpit voice recorders (CVR) used on commercial aircraft are only required to capture and store two hours of audio information. After two hours, the most recent information is lost when the CVR, due its limited storage capacity, records over the previous cockpit conversations.
Curtiss-Wright and Ultra PCS Collaborate to Deliver Lightweight Crash Recorder and HUMS Solution – FortressHUMS
FortressHUMS is an ED-112A compliant cockpit voice and flight data recorder featuring integrated health and usage monitoring system in a 13 lb. installation.
Honeywell, Curtiss-Wright Receive Certification for 25-Hour Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorders
Variants of Honeywell Connected Recorder-25 are now type-certified for use on Boeing 737, 767 and 777 production aircraft.
Curtiss-Wright Congratulates Scientific Research Corporation on Receiving FAA STC for T6 Trainer Cockpit Voice Recorder/Flight Data Recorder
Fortress® crash survivable recorder supports safety and training programs on T-6 Texan II aircraft used by U.S. Military.
Curtiss-Wright Awarded $287 Million IDIQ Contract to Provide Aerospace Instrumentation System Technology
Curtiss-Wright will provide its High Speed Data Acquisition System (HSDAS) aerospace instrumentation technology to support AFTC flight test programs.
25-Hour Cockpit Voice/Data Recorder is First to Combine Data Acquisition, RIPS, and Integrated Quick Access Recorder
Designed for use on defense and commercial aircraft, the new Fortress® Crash Survivable Recorder has received UK CAA TSO certification.
New Recorders Boost In-Flight Data Capacity
Curtiss-Wright has introduced two new flight recorders that feature next-generation capabilities for modern aircraft.
Curtiss-Wright Introduces First SOSA Aligned A-PNT Module with Integrated Alternative RF Navigation and Support for the pntOS Operating Environment
New VPX3-673A OpenVPX™ module delivers MOSA solution for trusted PNT information in environments with limited or denied GPS