Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions Honored by 2020 Military & Aerospace Electronics Innovators Awards
Curtiss-Wright honored with five Innovators Awards: three Gold for Parvus DuraMAR 6300, VPX3-673 Assured Position, Navigation and Timing (A-PNT) card, VME-1910 single board computer, and two Silver for ADSR-4003 Advanced Data Server and Recorder and GVDU LCD touchscreen Ground Vehicle Display Unit.
Curtiss-Wright Selected to Provide Ultra Small Form Factor Flight Computer and Ethernet Switch for New All-Electric Air Taxi
Parvus® DuraCOR® 311 embedded computer and Parvus DuraNET® 20-11 8-port GbE switch to be used during flight test stage of new eVTOL aircraft’s development.
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.
Is Fiber Optic Networking Technology More Secure Than Copper?
Because optical connections transmit data using light, they don’t radiate signals that can be intercepted. Security for traditional copper Ethernet connections can now be significantly enhanced, however, thanks to end-to-end encryption standards.
Leveraging Secure Commercial Routing Technology to Protect Data-in-Motion
Protecting a military platform’s secret data-in-motion as it’s routed over an Ethernet-based IP network has become significantly easier, more affordable, and faster to deploy in recent years, thanks to U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) support of commercial encryption technologies.
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.
Curtiss-Wright Introduces Embedded Industry’s Smallest, Lightest Rugged Secure Cisco IP Router
Parvus DuraMAR 6300 is the smallest, most rugged Cisco GbE router designed for use in deployed embedded military and aerospace applications.
Robotic Combat Vehicles: Putting the Brains Behind the Brawn
A new era of Robotic Combat Vehicles (RCV) is about to begin. The U.S. Army is getting ready to evaluate competing candidates to meet requirements for light and medium versions of a new class of modular unmanned ground vehicle (UGV).
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 Power of Power Over Ethernet
One enabler for SWaP optimization is Power Over Ethernet (PoE), which simplifies cabling and power needs for networked cameras, phones, and other IP devices.
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.
Bringing the Advantages of PoE to Defense Applications
Embedded military systems that implement Power over Ethernet (PoE) devices, which mix Ethernet data and electric power over a single cable, can reap significant SWaP benefits.