The Case for Distributed and Remote Management of Open Standards-Based Tactical Networks for Vehicles
To exploit the potential benefits of new technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, video analysis, Internet of Things (IoT), augmented reality and virtual reality, and other innovative technologies on mobile platforms at the tactical edge, Department of Defense (DoD) communications programs must effectively deploy advanced IT infrastructure, connectivity, and compute resources.
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.
Managing Next-Generation Open Standard Vehicle Electronics Architectures
Newer on-vehicle integrated networks will be composed of heterogeneous networks in the form of software and equipment from multiple commercial vendors.
Curtiss-Wright Showcases Latest Avionics, Vetronics, and Naval Solutions at DSEI 2019
Featured products will include ultra-small form factor mission computers and network switches, rugged high capacity storage solutions - such as the Data Transport System, and size, weight, and power (SWaP)-optimized embedded avionics systems - such as the ultra-lightweight Fortress Crash Protected Recorder.
Curtiss-Wright and PacStar Collaborate to Demo Single Pane of Glass Dashboard for Management of VICTORY Networks
The demo features PacStar’s IQ-Core Software network management software running on Curtiss-Wright rugged mission computers.
Curtiss-Wright Showcases its Open Systems Architecture Ground Vehicle Solutions at GVSETS 2019
Curtiss-Wright, in collaboration with PacStar, will present a paper on “Managing Next Generation Open Standard Vehicle Electronics Architectures”.
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.
Curtiss-Wright Preparing for Moon & Mars Missions
Curtiss-Wright is working with NASA and aerospace leaders to return Americans to the Moon and send astronauts to Mars in the early 2030s
Curtiss-Wright Demonstrates Cost-Effective, Fully Integrated A-PNT Solution for Ground Vehicles in GPS-denied Environments at AUSA 2018
SWaP-optimized COTS-based Digital Beachhead VICTORY-compliant network switch adds Complementary Assured Position, Navigation and Timing (A-PNT) services to ease modernization of ground vehicles.
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.