NASA has announced the first flight of an aircraft on another planet, and a piece of the Wright brothers' history gets to ride along.
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Choosing a single vendor for a complete video solution massively reduces program risks and costs. Sourcing individual components, such as military-grade monitors with projected capacitive touch screen technology, rugged video recorders, and video management solutions with low latency,...
As navies move towards greater interoperability, challenges arise in ensuring support for an increasing number of TDL standards in use. And, with TDL standards constantly evolving, system integration can increase costs, program risk, and time to deployment.
Integrate fully interoperable TDL systems efficiently and cost-effectively on manned and unmanned naval platforms with TDL solutions built on commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) systems. Curtiss-Wright’s standards-based COTS and Non-Developmental Item (NDI) TDL products reduce program...
Learn how modified COTS application engineering services can help integrators meet their cost, schedule, quality, and technical requirements, while reducing risk and eliminating traditional NRE fees.
You may think you are keeping costs down by sourcing individual system components for an end-to-end video system from different vendors, but the costs associated with system integration and installation can often deteriorate any initial savings realized and also increase program risk.
Through the years, the level of sophistication and complexity of video management systems on board ground vehicle platforms has evolved to provide an enhanced level of tactical situational awareness to operators and commanders.
Minimizing the time between transmission, detection, position fix, targeting, and sharing data among friendly forces is essential on todays battlefield. Cooperative Electronic Support Measure Operations (CESMO) data gives NATO coalition forces this visibility.
Designing flight recorders (FR) that complies to international standards and crash survivability is very challenging and is usually far more expensive than buying one from an established FR manufacturer.