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military embedded systems

SAVE this Space: Defining the C5ISR Space for Army Vehicles

To lower the cost and help speed the pace of technology upgrades for C5ISR [command, control, computers, communications, cyber, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance] systems on Army vehicles, the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Officer (PEO) for Ground Combat Systems (GCS) has issued an Interface Description Document (IDD).

02/04/2022
Military Embedded Systems

CMOSS: Building-Block Architecture Brings Speed, Cost Benefits

The C4ISR/Electronic Warfare Modular Open Suite of Standards (CMOSS) enables engineers and developers of systems used by the warfighter to move toward much faster technology insertions and refreshes, with a corresponding reduction in long-term life cycle costs.

11/29/2021
MOSA

What is a Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA)?

The MOSA directive has accelerated the adoption of a variety of MOSA supporting standards, including SOSA, CMOSS, FACE, VICTORY, and GVA, by the Army, Air Force, and Navy.

10/27/2021
Curtiss-Wright Collaborates with NI to Migrate Industry-Leading Software Defined Radio Technology to CMOSS and SOSA Technical Standard 1.0 Aligned Systems

Curtiss-Wright Collaborates with NI to Migrate SDR Technology to CMOSS and SOSA Technical Standard Aligned Systems

New VPX3-E320 module is industry’s first fully rugged MOSA-based 3U OpenVPX variant of NI’s popular Ettus Research USRP E320 SDR.

10/11/2021
MOSA

What are the Benefits of a Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA)?

According to the DoD, the use of MOSA solutions will "support a more rapid evolution of capabilities and technologies throughout the product life cycle." This blog discusses the benefits of MOSA.

09/21/2021
Microwaves & RF

Open Standards Drive Flexibility in Defense System Designs

Backed by broad support from government and industry, the release of SOSA Technical Standard 1.0 promises a new era of open standards-based system integration with flexibility and interoperability as its hallmarks.

09/10/2021
Curtiss-Wright Wins Best Paper at 13th Annual GVSETS Conference

Curtiss-Wright Wins Best Paper at 13th Annual GVSETS Conference

The paper, entitled “Applying Open Standard Electronic Architectures for Ground Vehicles,” provided an in-depth introduction and overview of the advantages of MOSA open architecture solutions and the best practices for bringing new capabilities to ground vehicles.

09/07/2021
Military Embedded Systems

Army TITAN Team from Raytheon Leverages MOSA Expertise

Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) expertise is a key characteristic of the team Raytheon Technologies is putting together to support development of the U.S. Army’s Tactical Intelligence Targeting Access Node (TITAN) program.

07/01/2021
Curtiss-Wright Supports Raytheon Technologies Army TITAN Team with Modular Open Systems Approach Solutions

Curtiss-Wright Supports Raytheon Technologies Army TITAN Team with Modular Open Systems Approach Solutions

Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division, a trusted, proven supplier of rugged modular open systems approach (MOSA) solutions, announced its participation on the Raytheon Technologies (NYSE: RTX) team to support the development of the U.S. Army’s Tactical.

06/28/2021
Military Embedded Systems

Open Architecture Initiatives Bolster Unmanned Sensors and Systems

The advent of unmanned systems reflects a huge aspect of warfare – that of protecting the warfighter – through the development of platforms that can be operated by humans from a distance, keeping them out of harm’s way.

05/17/2021
Curtiss-Wright Sets New Standard for SBC Performance with First 11th Gen Intel Core OpenVPX Module

Curtiss-Wright Sets New Standard for SBC Performance with First 11th Gen Intel Core OpenVPX Module

VPX6-1961 SBC features the new 8-Core 11th Gen Intel Xeon W (“formerly Tiger Lake-H”) to deliver significant advances in integrated graphics and accelerated AI/ML processing.

05/11/2021
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Simplifying the Integration of Assured PNT with CMOSS/SOSA-Aligned Solutions

From a design and engineering perspective, there are many moving parts to consider and combine in order to arrive at a position, navigation, and timing (PNT) truth. In addition, solutions must be easy to integrate into the available space on existing platforms, whether they are unmanned aerial systems (UASs) or other aircraft, ground-based operations, or systems at sea.

05/10/2021