Migrating Legacy Software from Obsolete Hardware to Modern System Environments
Virtualization software and model-based design provide a path that not only enables system designers to maintain legacy software for avionics and other mission-critical systems.
Transformational MOSA-based Technologies to be Showcased at Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit
Curtiss-Wright, in collaboration with technology partners, will demonstrate interoperable MOSA solutions that bring advanced capabilities to Army Aviation systems.
Curtiss-Wright Debuts First Raspberry Pi Powered Ultra-Small Form Factor Rugged Mission Computer for Defense and Aerospace Applications
DuraCOR Pi is first MIL-STD rugged “pocket-size” mission computer to deliver 100% compatibility with Raspberry Pi software ecosystem and hat expansion module ecosystem
Curtiss-Wright to Showcase MOSA Solutions at Tri-Service Open Architecture Interoperability Demonstration TIM & Expo
Curtiss-Wright's Defense Solutions division announced that it will present a wide range of open architecture interoperable solutions, in collaboration with best-in-class technology partners, at the Tri-Service Open Architecture Interoperability Demonstration (TSOA-ID) TIM & Expo
Having a Rugged Pi Day
It's 3-14, which is also known as Pi Day. And to help ring in the occasion, Curtiss-Wright’s rugged mission computer, targeted at applications such as avionics and UAVs, is built around a Raspberry Pi.
Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA), Unmanned Vehicles, and Trusted Computing
Today, with the increasing use of unmanned platforms to host intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance [ISR] sensor applications, system integrators need to ensure that the sensor systems and the critical data they collect and store are protected from falling into the wrong hands.
Unmanned ISR Payloads Leverage MOSA Designs
See more, detect more, and decode more – these are the primary requirements being asked of unmanned systems in the military, and proprietary hardware and software can make achieving those goals a challenge.
Meeting Program Schedules in a Time of Supply-chain Uncertainty
These days, program managers are trying to figure out how best to mitigate the potentially harmful effects of supply-chain disruption, while protecting their customer’s program schedule and supporting the warfighter.