Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Unmanned Vehicles
Military experts are developing new enabling technologies to help unmanned aircraft, ground vehicles, submarines, and surface vessels swarm and make decisions without human intervention.
Curtiss-Wright Selected by Scientific Research Corporation to Provide Cockpit Voice/Flight Data Recorder for Military Aircraft
Fortress crash-protected flight recorder to support safety and training programs on T-6 Texan II aircraft used by U.S. Military.
Getting Local Industrial Production Right: Experience from the Field
Industrial participation is seen as a way to develop and maintain production, technology and expertise, so that critical defense products and services can continue to be produced under emergency conditions.
Honeywell, Curtiss-Wright Receive EASA Certification for 25-Hour Cockpit Recorder for the Air Transport Market
New Cockpit Voice Recorder receives EASA Technical Standard Order.
The Future of Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Computing
Size, weight, power consumption, and cooling technologies today block quantum computing from the embedded world, but new generations should yield advances in artificial intelligence and computer security.
Tackling the AI Paradox at the Tactical Edge
In the defense industry, AI is on the path to becoming a loyal companion to the warfighter and manufacturers alike. As technology progresses, so does the range of defense capabilities that AI could not only supplement but eventually manage.
Optimising Australian Industrial Content in Land 400
In support of the Australian Army’s Project Land 400 Phase 2 Combat Reconnaissance Vehicle (CRV), Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions’ Switzerland-based Drive Technology business is supplying its modular Turret Drive Servo System (TDSS) and hand controller technologies to Rheinmetall Landsysteme.
Curtiss-Wright to Deliver Turret Drive System and Australian Industry Capability for Land 400 Phase 2 Program
Turret drive system for use on Australia’s Project Land 400 Phase 2 Program
Artificial Intelligence and Embedded Computing for Unmanned Vehicles
The latest generation of unmanned vehicles operating on land, in the air, and at sea no longer simply are remotely operated. These advanced systems have built-in intelligence to learn from their experiences and make their own decisions.
The Shrinking World of Small-Form-Factor Embedded Computing
Industry experts say open standards are helping drive development in small-form-factor battlefield and aerospace hardware like system-on-chip and single-board computers.
Military AI Innovation, SOSA Hot Topics at Embedded Tech Trends
The COTS Confidential Roundtable gathers experts from the defense electronics industry – from major prime contractors to defense component suppliers.
Should You Send a CPU to Do a GPU’s Job?
Which is better for machine-learning applications: 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors or Nvidia’s T4? A head-to-head comparison helps explain whether a CPU or a GPU is best for your high-performance ML solution.