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Time to Move to 25-Hour Cockpit Voice Recorders

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.

02/12/2024
Curtiss-Wright Addresses High Voltage Power Requirements for U.S. Ground Vehicles with High Voltage Turret Drive System

Curtiss-Wright Addresses High Voltage Power Requirements for U.S. Ground Vehicles with High Voltage Turret Drive System

High Voltage Turret Drive Stabilization System (HV TDSS) converts, stores, controls 28V source power up to 750V.

10/09/2023
Curtiss-Wright Selected by General Dynamics to Provide MRO Services for the Austrian Army’s Ulan Infantry Fighting Vehicle Fleet

Curtiss-Wright Selected by General Dynamics to Provide MRO Services for the Austrian Army’s Ulan Infantry Fighting Vehicle Fleet

Agreement provides cost-effective replacement/overhaul of original Ulan IFV turret drive system electronic components and mechanical hardware.

06/01/2023
25-Hour Cockpit Voice/Data Recorder is First to Combine Data Acquisition, RIPS, and Integrated Quick Access Recorder

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.

01/19/2023
BATTLESPACE Magazine

Understanding the Complexity of Turret Systems

From the outside, the turret system on a ground vehicle may appear a straightforward mechanism.

12/14/2022
Curtiss-Wright Awarded Contract by Rheinmetall BAE Systems Land (RBSL) to Supply Aiming and Stabilization System for British Army Challenger 3 Main Battle Tanks

Curtiss-Wright Awarded Contract by Rheinmetall BAE Systems Land (RBSL) to Supply Aiming and Stabilization System for British Army Challenger 3 Main Battle Tanks

Under the contract, valued at approximately $25 million, Curtiss-Wright will supply RBSL with its cost-effective, scalable Turret Drive Servo System (TDSS) and other system components in support of the UK MOD's tank upgrade program.

05/03/2022
CHAMP-XD3 DSP engine

Curtiss-Wright Introduces Its Highest Performance 3U OpenVPX Digital Signal Processing Engine

SOSA™-aligned CHAMP-XD3 DSP engine with new 10-Core Intel Xeon D-1700 processor delivers more scalable processing power with advanced security features for modern defense systems

02/24/2022
Artificial Intelligence on battlefield

Artificial Intelligence Applications for the Military at the Network Edge

Edge computing can takes the necessary processing power away from data centers to the network’s edge.

10/21/2021