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Xponential 2016: Curtiss-Wright launches UAV-focused data devices

May 05, 2016

Damian Kemp with Jane's International Defence Review met with Curtiss-Wright at Xponential 2016 to discuss UAV-focused data devices.

Using SWaP-C Reductions to Improve UAS/UGV Mission Capabilities

April 30, 2016

Mike Southworth discusses the groundbreaking SWaP-C reduction for processor and network switch systems are enabling UAS (unmanned aircraft system) and UGV (unmanned ground vehicle) platforms to expand their mission capabilities.

Safety critical COTS avionics, military avionics trends

April 29, 2016

John McHale with Military Embedded Systems' April 2016 roundtable with industry experts looks at Safety Critical avionics trends.

Beating the heat in high-performance embedded computing

April 19, 2016

John Keller with Military & Aerospace Electronics discusses embedded computing designers' need to take a systems approach to cooling high performance processor systems.

FDR Image Capability Progresses

April 18, 2016

Shephard Media discusses Curtiss-Wright's Fortress flight data recorder with image recording capabilities.

Balancing Processing Power and Reliability in Micro-Mini Mission Computers

April 18, 2016

Enabling technologies, such as micro-miniature connectors, low-power multicore processors, and computer-on-modules, are helping to drive smaller and lighter next-gen, rugged, SWaP-optimized mission computers for unmanned platforms, rotorcraft, and other applications.

Safety-certifiable COTS modules speed and ease DO-254 safety certification

April 14, 2016

Increasingly, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) regulations are requiring that airborne electronics used in military applications meet the DO-254 safety certification standard.

Unmanned aircraft leverage PC/104, COM Express, and other small form factors

April 14, 2016

While PC/104 has been around for decades it has never been healthier. Its main advantages - ruggedness, compact size, and modularity - have never been more in demand in the military electronics market, especially in unmanned systems.

PC/104 and small form factors popular in defense electronics systems

April 13, 2016

Thanks to its longevity and modularity, the PC/104 standard continues to be popular with military system designers, especially, as their size, weight, and power (SWaP) requirements continue to shrink.

FMC+ Standard Propels Embedded Design to New Levels

March 25, 2016

Updated FPGA Mezzanine Card specification promises unparalleled I/O density, backward compatibility.

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