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Aerospace & Defense Technology

Designing Rugged SWaP-Optimized MOSA Solutions for UUVs

As the U.S. Navy increases its investment in its fleet of unmanned undersea vehicles (UUV), suppliers of rugged commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) subsystems, providing solutions for mission computers, network switches, and routers, and data storage are meeting the needs of these unique platforms.


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.

Curtiss-Wright Selected by Lockheed Martin Aeronautics to Provide First Open Architecture COTS Modules for Service Onboard F-22 Raptor Aircraft

Curtiss-Wright Selected by Lockheed Martin to Provide Open Architecture COTS Modules for Service Onboard F-22 Raptor Aircraft

Open architecture modules will support mission processing upgrades under the F-22 Tactical Mandates (TACMAN) program.

Military & Aerospace Electronics

The Ever-Shrinking World of Small-Form-Factor Embedded Computing

New computer boards offer high performance, thermal management, and peripherals in a smaller size than 3U VPX, with artificial intelligence (AI) and GPGPU processing.

Military Embedded Systems

The OMFV Next-Generation Combat Vehicle: A MOSA Milestone

The U.S. Army’s recent request for proposal (RFP) from industry for its new Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle (OMFV), the planned replacement for the venerable Bradley Infantry Fighting Vehicle, represents a true milestone for the commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) industry.

New Electronics

MOSA Has Momentum

The new Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) opens the doors to more innovative possibilities, as Paul Garnett explains.

Defence & Security Systems Intermational

Open Standards Need Open Minds

Components used in defence applications need to be not only reliable but rugged and, increasingly, interoperable with different ground and air vehicle systems. We talk to David Jedynak, chief technology officer at Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions, about how the company helps its clients.

Military Embedded Systems

SOSA Technical Standard Will Benefit Systems of all Kinds

The standards currently being defined by the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Consortium will deliver many clear benefits to system integrators designing embedded sensor-processing systems. The SOSA Technical Standard will define common pinouts that foster and ease interoperability.