Organization Successfully Deploys Total FTI System Solution
An aircraft OEM needed a flight test solution for one of its new jets. They decided to use multiple hardware vendors to complete their FTI system.
Rugged Instrumentation System Solutions for Applications with Limited Space
For many aircraft, there is sufficient space to place data acquisition units (DAU), recorders, and transmitters in a dedicated instrumentation rack and/or throughout the aircraft. However, there are several aircraft where there is very limited space.
The Challenges of Cost Effective Video Management System Integration
This white paper highlights the challenges with video system architecture design by looking at a traditional system versus an ideal system solution.
System Solutions Brochure
System integration and support services that reduce interoperability risks, lowers program costs and accelerates time to market.
Extending the Lifecycle of an End-of-Life (EOL) Product
A defense contractor contacted Curtiss-Wright looking to find a proactive approach to manage obsolete components, qualify alternative components, and test infrastructure. Learn about the solution we developed here.
Why Trusted Platform Modules are Critical to Deployed Network Attached Storage
Classified data-at-rest (DAR) in deployed applications faces both internal and external threats that can subject sensitive data to exploitation.
Webinar: Cross-Domain and Secure Remote Access Solutions at the Edge
Curtiss-Wright's Dominic Perez and Forcepoint's Rob Link discuss the use of cross domain solutions for securing remote access to classified networks.
Fabric100 100GbE Processing
Curtiss-Wright has developed Fabric100, a complete end-to-end ecosystem that features 100 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) connectivity between rugged OpenVPX modules and system components.
Why Dissimilar Redundant Architectures Are a Necessity for DAL A
This white paper examines how building a system with a dissimilar redundant architecture can help overcome the challenges of meeting DO-254/178 DAL A requirements.
Aggressor Fighter Squadron Needs Secure Removable Storage Solutions
Tasked by the U.S. Air Force with updating their Aggressor fighter squadron, an aerospace company sought a small data network attached storage (NAS) device for a new batch of refurbished fighter jets.
Ground Vehicle Mission Management Systems
Mission management systems that meet ever-present size, weight, and power (SWaP) demands while providing the scalability and flexibility to handle all of the mission tasks today’s warfighter may encounter.