To build equipment that can handle the challenges of rugged environments, engineers need to make the right design decisions for their components, chassis, and software. Here's how to get the job done.
John McHale speaks to Mark Grovak from Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions on avionics data bus users demanding more reliability and flexibility.
Mark Grovak looks at how COTS technology faciltates faster delivery of advanced capabilities to the warfighter in the battlefield
Marc Couture of Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions looks at the need for effective SIGINT/ELINT [signals intelligence/electronic signals intelligence]coverage of the electro-magnetic spectrum.
Denis Smetana of Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions looks at reducing costs and risk while speeding development of signal processing system development
Larry McHenry of Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions looks at best practice for COTS supplier counterfeit mitigation.
Asking the right questions about HPEC software development tools for radar, SIGINT, and EW applications
Tammy Carter from Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions looks at the questions a system designer should ask when selecting tools for a High performance embedded computing (HPEC) system.
The general-purpose graphics processing unit - GPGPU for short - represents perhaps the most revolutionary leap in computer processing capability in decades for aerospace and defense applications.
Microprocessor suppliers for aerospace and defense embedded computing systems generally fall into three camps: Intel, Qualcomm NXP, and Nvidia.
Wide-ranging military and aerospace applications demand the use of rugged mobile computers that meet a host of requirements.