- Tactical Communications
- Data Storage
- Trusted Computing
- Data Acquisition
- Flight Test
- (-) Mission Management
- Flight Recording
- Space COTS
- Video Recording
- Artificial Intelligence
- Aiming and Stabilization
- Aircraft Monitoring
- Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions
- (-) Cyberspace
- Link 16
- Electronic Warfare
- Cockpit Voice Recorder
- Green Hills
- (-) Machine Learning
- Small form-factor (SFF)
- Air Data System
- Operation Flight Instrumentation
- 360 Situational Awareness
- Development Flight Instrumentation
- Modified COTS
- Power Architecture
- Train Tilting Technology
- Vertical Takeoff
- Video Management
- 6U VME Processor Boards (196)
- Ammunition Handling
- Black Box
- Missile Test
- Motion Control
- Radiation Tolerance
- Radio Frequency
- System Integration
- Vita 47
- Wind River
Curtiss-Wright Debuts NVIDIA Jetson AGX Xavier-based Rugged SFF Mission Computer for AI/Neural Network Applications
New Parvus DuraCOR AGX-Xavier brings high-performance NVIDIA® GPU-accelerated processing to deployable rugged mission computer for aerospace and defense applications.
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.
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).
Will Today’s Cybersecurity Guidelines and Standards Become Mandates for Connected Aircraft Systems?
Aviation cybersecurity mandates by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) are coming in the next two years.
How Can I Teach My Machine to Learn?
Like humans, machines learn from experience. They make observations from inputs of images, text, or other data, and then look for patterns. After the machine runs through the mathematical layers, it learns to make better decisions based on the examples it was given.
Designers of Small Rugged Computers for the Battlefield Balance Size, Performance, and Cooling
Commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) components are being embraced so the technology can be serviced at the base instead of waiting for specialized parts or sending the system back state-side.
Military Cyber Security: Threats and Solutions
U.S. government and military are taking a lead role in protecting sensitive computers from cyber attack, and solutions finally are on the horizon.
Trusted Computing: An Overview
Attacks are getting sophisticated. Examples include Rowhammer, Meltdown, Spectre, and others. System designers need to consider many attack vectors.
What is a Tensor and Why Should I Care?
The magic of tensors comes from their special transformational properties that enable them to describe the same physics in all reference frames.
Understanding Cyber Attacks in Embedded Computing Enables Integrators and Suppliers to Consider Options
The trusted computing task is to apply practical measures that can mitigate the effects of known cyber threats to aerospace and defense systems.
Using Frameworks in Machine Learning
This column will focus on frameworks that work with NVIDIA’s TensorRT, a tool for deploying high-performance deep neural networks.