Extending the Life of an EOL Product
A defense contractor contacted Curtiss-Wright looking to find a proactive approach to manage obsolete components, qualify alternative components, and test infrastructure.
Single Board Computer Requires Additional Storage
A customer required additional persistent memory to collect sensor data. During the mission, that data would be processed, analyzed, and displayed for the aircrew. Learn about the solution.
Defensive Electronic System Seeks Updated Direct Attach Storage
Defensive electronics are used by the military to protect transports and other large, slower flying aircraft. With their slow flight and predictable path, these aircraft are highly susceptible to shoulder-fired, surface-to-air missiles.
MOSA Delivers Overwatch Battlefield Signal Detection and Location on Mobile Platforms
Learn how XONE Technology, a provider of advanced COMINT and DF/Geolocation ISR products employing the latest in intelligent learning-driven technologies.
Flexible I/O System Design Reduced Cost, SWaP, and Time
A leading prime contractor of airborne imaging systems came to Curtiss-Wright with a 3U OpenVPX system architecture design problem they were doubtful could be solved, given the project’s constraints.
Solving Display Computer Thermal Challenges in a Jet Trainer Aircraft
This case study examines the problem of needing a graphics display computer for a space-constrained jet trainer aircraft with limited onboard space and no room to support a fan-cooled system.
Upgrading an Electronic Warfare Suite with an Integrated System Solution
A global helicopter manufacturer, faced with a need to upgrade an existing EW suite to increase functionality, sought high-performance technology with a reputable pedigree that they could offer to their growing customer base.
Degraded Visual Environment (DVE): Uncovering the Invisible
Using a Degraded Visual Environment (DVE) system enables aircraft pilots to visualize the landing area in poor conditions, allowing them a safe, on-time descent to their target destination.
Pre-integrated, Rugged COTS Computers Reduce AEW&C Program Costs and Time to Market
When 30-year-old airborne surveillance and control equipment mounted on the underside of an aging helicopter required replacement, the manufacturer needed a partner they could rely on to provide mission-critical processing technology in harsh environments.
Building a Truly Trusted Computing Solution with COTS Hardware and Intel Security Capabilities
A manufacturer of secure aerospace & defense systems sought a COTS SBC with a robust & proven security profile for its new Trusted Computing solution.
Preventing Costly Downtime in Advanced Manufacturing Machinery with Field-Proven COTS Modules
When a VME computing module in its product line went obsolete, a semiconductor machinery manufacturer turned to Curtiss-Wright for a high-performance VME replacement fit for the rigors of a grueling 24/7 production schedule. Read more about it here.
Maximizing Processing Power in SAR Applications
A customer building the next generation synthetic aperture radar (SAR) faced challenges in delivering an enormous amount of processing power in a compact, lightweight solution. Read about the solution Curtiss-Wright developed here.