New Developments in Aviation Cybersecurity and Next-Generation Crash Recorders
Paul Hart discusses the latest EASA regulations for cybersecurity and DO-326A Airworthiness Security Process Specifications.
The Kaleidoscope of Avionics @Curtiss-Wright
Swati Ketkar @ MRO Business Today interviews Chris Thomson of Curtiss-Wright about how predictive maintenance is changing the world of avionics.
Curtiss-Wright Preparing for Moon & Mars Missions
Curtiss-Wright is working with NASA and aerospace leaders to return Americans to the Moon and send astronauts to Mars in the early 2030s
Putting DAUs on a Diet for Small Launcher Applications
Smaller launchers provide a lower cost way of getting newer, smaller satellites into orbit - we look at how ruggedized DAUs, used in aerospace flight test, can provide a low cost solution for some space mission systems.
Curtiss-Wright Expands Space COTS Capabilities Through Licensing Agreement with Réaltra
The new licensing agreement with Réaltra will complement existing activity for the Curtiss-Wright Acra KAM-500 range of Space COTS radiation-tolerant products into space applications.
Curtiss-Wright Congratulates Rocket Lab on Reaching Orbit During Successful Test Launch of the Electron Launch Vehicle
Curtiss-Wright Congratulates Rocket Lab on Reaching Orbit During Successful Test Launch of the Electron Launch Vehicle - The second flight of the new expendable electron launcher uses Curtiss-Wright’s Space COTS data acquisition system to capture test data
Curtiss-Wright Congratulates Sierra Nevada Corporation on a Successful Free Flight of Dream Chaser Spacecraft
Reusable spacecraft conducts successful free-flight at Edwards Air Force Base
Curtiss-Wright Congratulates Rocket Lab on the First Launch of the Electron Launch Vehicle
First flight of new expendable Electron launcher uses Curtiss-Wright’s Space COTS data acquisition system to capture test data
Lowering the Cost of Spacecraft Avionics with Radiation-Tolerant COTS Electronics
The risk of failure for avionics equipment on-board spacecraft due to radiation exposure is a critical issue for launchers, re-entry vehicles, space habitats and satellites
Curtiss-Wright Lowers Space Flight Cost, Speeds Up Development Time and Reduces Risk
Introducing the Smart Backplane subsystem (KAM/CSB/12U), a rugged multi-slot chassis designed specifically for data acquisition, data processing, and recording in radiation-intensive space environments.
Curtiss-Wright Introduces Cost-Effective COTS-based Radiation-Tolerant Data Acquisition System for Space Based Applications
Smart Backplane is the Space Industry’s first rugged COTS-based chassis qualified for reliable data acquisition in space radiation environments.
Curtiss-Wright Introduces Space Industry's First Low-Cost COTS Module for Measuring Microgravity Acceleration
New KAD/ADC/128 Microgravity Accelerometer Module delivers the performance of costly custom solutions at a fraction of the price.