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Putting DAUs on a Diet for Small Launcher Applications

Smaller launchers provide a lower cost way of getting newer, smaller satellites into orbit - we look at how ruggedized DAUs, used in aerospace flight test, can provide a low cost solution for some space mission systems.

08/03/2018
Curtiss-Wright Congratulates Rocket Lab on Reaching Orbit During Successful Test Launch of the Electron Launch Vehicle

Curtiss-Wright Congratulates Rocket Lab on Reaching Orbit During Successful Test Launch of the Electron Launch Vehicle

Curtiss-Wright Congratulates Rocket Lab on Reaching Orbit During Successful Test Launch of the Electron Launch Vehicle - The second flight of the new expendable electron launcher uses Curtiss-Wright’s Space COTS data acquisition system to capture test data

03/01/2018
Curtiss-Wright Congratulates Sierra Nevada Corporation on a Successful Free Flight of Dream Chaser Spacecraft

Curtiss-Wright Congratulates Sierra Nevada Corporation on a Successful Free Flight of Dream Chaser Spacecraft

Reusable spacecraft conducts successful free-flight at Edwards Air Force Base

12/06/2017
Curtiss-Wright Congratulates Rocket Lab on the First Launch of the Electron Launch Vehicle

Curtiss-Wright Congratulates Rocket Lab on the First Launch of the Electron Launch Vehicle

First flight of new expendable Electron launcher uses Curtiss-Wright’s Space COTS data acquisition system to capture test data

06/20/2017
Intelligent Aerospace

Lowering the Cost of Spacecraft Avionics with Radiation-Tolerant COTS Electronics

The risk of failure for avionics equipment on-board spacecraft due to radiation exposure is a critical issue for launchers, re-entry vehicles, space habitats and satellites

05/19/2017
Curtiss-Wright Takes Ultra-Small Mission Computer Performance to New Heights with Upgraded 1.5 Teraflop Supercomputer-Class Armv8-based Architecture

Curtiss-Wright Takes Ultra-Small Mission Computer Performance to New Heights with Upgraded 1.5 Teraflop Supercomputer-Class Armv8-based Architecture

Features NVIDIA TX2 with 6-core 64-bit Armv8 processor, NVIDIA Pascal GPU, double the RAM/Flash memory, and addition of vehicle CANbus interfaces.

04/26/2017
satnews

Curtiss-Wright Lowers Space Flight Cost, Speeds Up Development Time and Reduces Risk

Introducing the Smart Backplane subsystem (KAM/CSB/12U), a rugged multi-slot chassis designed specifically for data acquisition, data processing, and recording in radiation-intensive space environments.

04/10/2017
Curtiss-Wright Ships Miniature Network Space Data Acquisition System  for NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Program

Curtiss-Wright Ships Miniature Network Space Data Acquisition System for NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Program

Miniature network space data acquisition system ships to NASA's Orion

04/03/2017
Curtiss-Wright Introduces Space Industry's First Low-Cost COTS Module for Measuring Microgravity Acceleration

Curtiss-Wright Introduces Space Industry's First Low-Cost COTS Module for Measuring Microgravity Acceleration

New KAD/ADC/128 Microgravity Accelerometer Module delivers the performance of costly custom solutions at a fraction of the price.

02/16/2017
Curtiss-Wright Selected by ELV to Provide Cost-Effective Telemetry System for the European Space Agency's New Vega-C Launcher

Curtiss-Wright Selected by ELV to Provide Cost-Effective Telemetry System for the ESA's New Vega-C Launcher

Curtiss-Wright will provide its Smart Backplane radiation tolerant COTS electronics data acquisition technology.

02/08/2017
Curtiss-Wright Raises the Bar on Ultra-Small Mission Computer Performance with new Teraflop+ Supercomputer-Class Armv8-based Architecture

Curtiss-Wright Raises the Bar on Ultra-Small Mission Computer Performance with new Teraflop+ Supercomputer-Class Armv8-based Architecture

Curtiss-Wright announces new DuraCOR 312 the industry's most powerful, compact COTS mission computer weighs only 1.5 lb. Yet features a 4-core 64-bit Armv8 processor, 256-core GPU and comprehensive base I/O (including Ethernet, serial, USB, DIO and video ports)

11/16/2016
ESA

IXV Spaceplane Flight Helped Guide Irish Firm to New Business

Working with ESA – leading in turn to a key contribution to the IXV spaceplane – was the catalyst to help turn one Irish firm into a full-fledged space solution company, whose customers today include NASA, SpaceX, Boeing and Airbus Defence and Space.

02/11/2016