All-Weather/All-Condition 17.3" Touchscreen Mission Display is Designed for Air, Land or Sea Deployment
New water and dust resistant GVDU4310 display, rated to IP67, is designed for deployed harsh environments.
Curtiss-Wright Showcases New Rugged MOSA-based Solutions for Ground Vehicles and Live System Solution Demonstrations at AUSA 2023
Live demonstrations and displays will showcase the latest products designed in compliance with the U.S. Army CCDC C5ISR Center’s CMOSS mandate and aligned with SOSA.
Latest Deployable Processing, Communications, Video Management and Armored Vehicle Technologies will be Showcased at DSEI 2023
Curtiss-Wright will display and demonstrate interoperable Modular Open Systems Approach solutions for cybersecurity, edge computing, and armored vehicle capabilities.
Curtiss-Wright Showcases New Rugged MOSA-based Solutions and Live System Solution Demonstrations at Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit
Presenting a wide range of high-performance processing, tactical battlefield communications, networking, secure data storage and machine/human-interface technology demonstrations at the Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit, 2023.
Curtiss-Wright Debuts New Low-Cost Rugged Mission Touchscreen Display Impervious to Water and Dust
Our new 12" GVDU 3000-902 display unit delivers optimal performance in military environments with an IP68 rating.
Curtiss-Wright Showcases New Rugged MOSA-based Solutions for Ground Vehicles and Live System Solution Demonstrations at AUSA 2022
Curtiss-Wright will display its latest Modular Open System Approach based system solutions designed to deliver transformational capabilities for the Army of 2030.
Deployable Rugged MOSA-based Technologies to be Showcased at Eurosatory 2022
Curtiss-Wright will demonstrate and display interoperable Modular Open Systems Approach solutions for cybersecurity, edge computing, and armored vehicle capabilities
Enabling Technologies for Image and Video Processing
The latest high-performance embedded computing image and video processors rely heavily on general-purpose graphics processing units (GPGPUs) to capture as much detail as possible.