Denis Smetana of Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions looks at reducing costs and risk while speeding development of signal processing system development
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.
Curtiss-Wright have enhanced the Parvus DuraCOR 80-41 and DuraCOR 80-42 rugged, small form factor (SFF), Intel Core i7-based modular mission computers with support for high-cycle insertion removable SATA disk storage rated for up to 100,000 cycles.
Curtiss-Wright boosts data acquisition and flight test instrumentation with TTC acquisition
It's not enough to have rugged data storage with massive capacities and solid-state storage technology; today they also must offer multi-level data encryption, quick erase, and anti-tamper features. John Keller in Military & Aerospace Electronics.
The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industrial IoT (IIoT) is not the only reason for increased demand for safety- and security-related solutions.
New technologies will enable the warfighter to see more emitters simultaneously and geolocate those threats in near-real time without compromising the ability to continue scanning the electromagnetic spectrum for other targets.