Seaborne Applications & Protecting Data-at-Rest
Naval forces today, such as the United States Navy (USN), operate in many traditional ways with familiar surface ships. They are also operating in new, less conventional methods. Manned submarines are being joined and supplemented by unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV).
Defining the C5ISR Space for Army Vehicles
To lower the cost and help speed the pace of technology upgrades for command, control, computers, communications, cyber, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C5ISR) systems on Army vehicles – while supporting the U.S.
Optimize Network Access at the Tactical Edge with Software Deﬁned Wide Area Networking
This paper illustrates the current barriers to communication and situational understanding (SA) and orients the reader to tools that are available today to break down these barriers. Today’s warfighters can’t be impaired by a lack of information.
The MOSA Imperative
This Curtiss-Wright Position Paper aims to put MOSA (Modular Open Systems Approach) into perspective and enable you, whether a defense contractor, a decision-maker at the DoD, or a public policymaker, to put the increasingly relevant MOSA to use better.
Intelligent Sensor Data Analytics at the Tactical Edge
Whether centralized or at the edge, one of the biggest military needs existing today is the imperative for a common operating picture (COP) with support for pattern of life (POL) analysis across all relevant data sets.
Data-At-Rest Build vs. Buy Considerations for Deployed Storage Devices
Engineers, system architects, program managers, and acquisition personnel typically debate whether to design their own subsystem and build it themselves, have it built by a contractor, or locate and buy a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) subsystem.
Secure Wireless Communication Supporting Vehicle-to-Vehicle and Vehicle-to-EUD for Mounted and Dismounted Connectivity
The goal of Secure Wireless Communications is to provide controlled access to classified or controlled unclassified information (CUI) over any RF transport in the field - between vehicles and end-users alike.
Busting the Myth of the High-Power Intel Processor
There is a popular industry misconception that Intel processors draw more power than Power Architecture and Arm processors. This paper discusses how that is not the case.
Secure Wireless Solutions for Tactical, Expeditionary, and Deployable Communications
This whitepaper compares various CSfC network architectures, and proposes several approaches for CSfC solutions optimized for mobility use cases.
Is Arm the Future for Airborne Platforms in Military and Aerospace
This white paper looks at whether Arm’s commercial success can translate to defense and aerospace markets in order to meet the highest DO-254 requirements and fill the Power Architecture void.
Accelerate Time to Market with Pre-Engineered Nano Motion Controllers
Motion controllers are a vital building block in every motion control system, and several factors must be considered when choosing the right-sized motion controller for the application. In this white paper, we discuss those factors, including whether to buy or build.
What's New in CSfC Data-at-Rest Capability Package 5.0
This paper provides a review of the most recent changes from CP 4.0 to 5.0 with special emphasis on Unattended Operation Use Case and a HH solution.