Radiation Tolerance Meets Commercial Space
The wave of commercially developed communications and remote-sensing satellites seeks to balance costs, capability, size, weight, and power consumption in the latest new space designs.
Contested Space, Small Sats, and the Gamble on COTS in Space
Contested space, where nations compete for military dominance outside Earth’s atmosphere, is driving many military space platforms, but commercial space and small satellites continue to change the way the military suppliers of space electronics approach radiation-hardened component design from testing to deployment.
Curtiss-Wright’s Rugged DAS Supports NASA’s First Night-Time Launch of Suborbital Sounding Rocket Test Flights
Axon Data Acquisition System (DAS) used in test flights of Suborbital Technology Carrier-8 suborbital sounding rockets
Curtiss-Wright and DDC-I Collaborate for First Live Demo of Deos DO-178 Level A RTOS on Safety-Certifiable Arm V3-1703
Curtiss-Wright and DDC-I Collaborate for First Live Demonstration of Deos DO-178 Level A RTOS on Safety-Certifiable Arm® V3-1703 Single Board Computer.
Curtiss-Wright, Green Hills, and L3Harris Technologies Demo FACE Conformant Software Running on 7th Gen Intel Xeon Platform
The demo features L3Harris’s FliteScene® Digital Moving Map Software, Green Hills Software INTEGRITY-178® tuMP RTOS, and Curtiss-Wright Single Board Computers and Graphics Modules.
Curtiss-Wright Congratulates Airbus on Successful First Flight of its Network for the Sky Solution for Battlefield Connectivity on a MRTT aircraft
Airbus aircraft links integration management system used in the demonstration is based on a safety certifiable rugged COTS processor system supplied by Curtiss-Wright.
Your Flying Taxi is Here
Thanks to parallel advancements in battery technology and autonomous vehicles resulting from Tesla and other pioneering electric automobile manufacturers, we are rapidly approaching the era of the unmanned flying taxi.
Today’s Spacecraft and Satellite Requirements Giving COTS a Fresh Look
The fast growth of small satellites and their lower life cycle and launch costs has created a sizable market for low-cost electronic components that have radiation-resistant characteristics.