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.
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.
7 Ways Single-Vendor Video Systems Reduce Risks and Costs
Choosing a single vendor for a complete video solution massively reduces program risks and costs. Sourcing individual components, such as military-grade monitors with projected capacitive touch screen technology, rugged video recorders, and video...
The Evolution of Embedded Computing Chassis, Backplanes, and Enclosures
High data throughput and innovative thermal management may lead to a revolution in systems design that places the burden of electronics cooling on the enclosure more than on the card.
Beware of Multi-Vendor Video System Design
You may think you are keeping costs down by sourcing individual system components for an end-to-end video system from different vendors, but the costs associated with system integration and installation can often deteriorate any initial savings...
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 Case for Distributed and Remote Management of Open Standards-Based Tactical Networks for Vehicles
To exploit the potential benefits of new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, video analysis, Internet of Things (IoT), augmented reality and virtual reality, and other innovative technologies on mobile platforms at the tactical edge, Department of Defense (DoD) communications programs must effectively deploy advanced IT infrastructure, connectivity, and compute resources.
Military Avionics Trends: Cockpit Upgrades, Integration with Civil Airspace
In the coming years, the military avionics supply and demand chain will feature advanced cockpit upgrades and integration capabilities with civil airspace, as countries move forward on urban air mobility concepts and as the use of drones becomes increasingly common.
Curtiss-Wright Doubles the Storage Capacity of its NSA CSfC Components List Approved DTS1 Storage to 8TB
Industry’s first COTS data-at-rest storage solution with two layers of full disk encryption (FDE) in a single device doubles removable SSD storage capacity from 4TB to 8TB.
New Frontiers in Real-Time Software
Efficient execution is key to real-time mission-critical operating systems software, yet new demands are emerging such as safety-critical operations for avionics and other life-critical applications.
Curtiss-Wright Showcases Next-Generation FTI System Solutions at ETTC 2020
During the first online ETTC event, Curtiss-Wright will feature informative videos and host three live flight test technology presentations.
Open Architecture Drives U.S. Army’s Future Vertical Lift Program
Prototype designs for the Future Vertical Lift (FVL) program, one of the U.S. Army’s most important and game-changing initiatives, are fully embracing the open architecture design philosophy for the next-generation helicopters that will replace its fleet of OH58 Kiowa Warrior, AH64 Apache, and UH60 Black Hawk rotorcraft.