Curtiss-Wright Honored to Host Tri-Service Open Architecture Interoperability Demonstration TIM & Expo
Curtiss-Wright has announced that it is serving in the honored role of Distinguished Host for the Tri-Service Open Architecture Interoperability Demonstration (TSOA-ID) TIM & Expo being held March 15 at the Solomons Inn Resort, Marina, MD.
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.
Embedded Computing Enclosures go Standard, and go Small
Industry standards and guidelines such as MOSA, SOSA, CMOSS, SAVE, and FACE are driving the latest developments in enclosures, chassis, and backplane databuses, as small for factors are ready to take center stage.
Curtiss-Wright Announced as a Winner of U.S. Army xTechPlugfest Position, Navigation & Timing CMOSS Plugfest Competition
Curtiss-Wright awarded $20,000 prize money for successful demonstration of modular open system architecture-based PNT hardware solution
SAVE this Space: Defining the C5ISR Space for Army Vehicles
To lower the cost and help speed the pace of technology upgrades for C5ISR [command, control, computers, communications, cyber, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance] systems on Army vehicles, the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Officer (PEO) for Ground Combat Systems (GCS) has issued an Interface Description Document (IDD).
What System Designers Should Know About MOSA Standards
In today’s technology-rich battlefield, new threats emerge and change quickly. Rapidly responding to new threats in this dynamic environment is one of the primary drivers behind the DoD mandate to adopt a Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) for procurement across the Army, Air Force, and Navy.
The Relative and the Absolute: A MOSA Path to Complementary Position, Navigation, and Time Information for GPS
The use of a modular open systems approach (MOSA) will benefit the effort to integrate alternative position, navigation, and timing (PNT) technologies into platforms.
What is a Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA)?
The Modular Open Systems Approach directive has accelerated the adoption of a variety of Modular Open Systems Approach supporting standards, including SOSA, CMOSS, FACE, VICTORY, and GVA, by the Army, Air Force, and Navy.
Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA) – Taking EW Systems to the Next Level
The Sensor Open Systems Architecture Technical Standard (SOSA) – which will bring many benefits to designers of radar systems – will also have a beneficial effect on the design of electronic warfare (EW) systems.
Curtiss-Wright Demonstrates Ease of Integration of Data-in-Motion and Data-at-Rest MOSA Solutions with PacStar IQ-Core Software
Prototype system demonstrates single control/management interface concept for Curtiss-Wright MOSA-based DTS1 network attached storage (NAS) device and PacStar tactical battlefield network and processing systems.
Curtiss-Wright Introduces New Starter Kit System and 8-Slot OpenVPX Chassis to Speed Development of CMOSS/SOSA Technical Standard 1.0 Aligned Solutions
New CMOSS/SOSA Technical Standard 1.0 aligned Starter Kit system integrates VICTORY Network, A-PNT and Intel® Xeon Processor SBC. 8-Slot CMOSS/SOSA Technical Standard 1.0 aligned 3U.