Curtiss-Wright can help you obtain the safety-certifiable building blocks, certification artifacts, and third party partnerships needed to jump-start development and get complete, certified avionics systems to market faster.
Andrew McCoubrey looks at high availability embedded networking and techniques for mitigating network failures.
Aaron Frank looks at how security must be implemented at every layer of each solution to create a system that can be fully trusted.
Marc Couture looks at how standards-based, pre-validated building blocks can help to reduce program risk, accelerate development and build quality, cost-efficient HPEC systems.
Curtiss-Wright’s Software Sr. Product Manager Tammy Carter shares her experience at SC17, Super Computer World Conference.
Aaron Frank looks at six trusted computing terms and how they protect critical program information in defense and aerospace systems.
Mike Slonosky takes a deeper look at cyber security and how trusted hardware is a key component in any trusted computing solution.
System Safety Certification Using Safety-Certifiable COTS: How To Mend The Gap Between Assembly Level Artifacts and the System Safety Assessment
Rick Hearn looks at what “safety-certifiable COTS” will mean for avionics system integrators.
Mike Southworth looks at how modifying Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) systems to meet program requirements can transform a general purpose system into a tailored solution.
With its unique 2-Layer encryption technology, the DTS1 seamlessly integrates both hardware and software full disk encryption to protect sensitive mission data. Learn more in our Infographic here.