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.
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.
Curtiss-Wright Adds NVIDIA GPGPU Module to its Growing Roster of OpenVPX Solutions Developed in Alignment with the SOSA Technical Standard
New SOSA aligned GPGPU modules expand Curtiss-Wright’s family of high-performance size, weight, and power (SWaP)-optimized embedded computing (HPEC) processors for AI/ML applications.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Unmanned Vehicles
Military experts are developing new enabling technologies to help unmanned aircraft, ground vehicles, submarines, and surface vessels swarm and make decisions without human intervention.
Curtiss-Wright Flight Test Equipment Utilized During NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) Core Stage Test
Curtiss-Wright data acquisition units support SLS test data collection goal
The Ever-Shrinking World of Small-Form-Factor Embedded Computing
New computer boards offer high performance, thermal management, and peripherals in a smaller size than 3U VPX, with artificial intelligence (AI) and GPGPU processing.
The Evolution of Embedded Computing Chassis, Backplanes, and Enclosures
High data throughput and innovative thermal management may lead to a revolution in systems design that places the burden of electronics cooling on the enclosure more than on the card.
Open Standards Need Open Minds
Components used in defence applications need to be not only reliable but rugged and, increasingly, interoperable with different ground and air vehicle systems. We talk to David Jedynak, chief technology officer at Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions, about how the company helps its clients.
SOSA Technical Standard Will Benefit Systems of all Kinds
The standards currently being defined by the Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) Consortium will deliver many clear benefits to system integrators designing embedded sensor-processing systems. The SOSA Technical Standard will define common pinouts that foster and ease interoperability.
The Latest Trends in Rugged Computing
The proliferation of connected systems has been enabled by the U.S. military embrace of the commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) revolution.
Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA): Enabling the Next Generation of Flexible and Adaptable Radar Systems
In order to keep up with the continued acceleration of new technology and to be able to protect the warfighter from the latest threats, it is essential that we can turn our deployed platforms into adaptable entities that can evolve over time and are not static. The SOSA [Sensor Open Systems Architecture] Technical Standard is the next major step in realizing this goal.
High-Performance Test and Measurement Equipment Hits The Flight Line
Avionics technicians make use of oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, and other high-performance test and measurement instruments to ensure that sensitive RF and microwave systems are working properly.