This free white paper addresses the challenges faced by video display subsystem integrators related to problems with connectivity, functional inconsistencies, and end user training.
This free white paper addresses both the DO-160 Lightning Protection industry standard that sets guidelines for lightning protection and the design practices that are used to comply with the standard.
With increasing budget pressures and the multitude of high performance, high cost products on the market, finding a lower cost alternative embedded solution that offers good performance, low power,...
More flight test instrument parameters with less SWaP-C: Ethernet-based data-acquisition units deliver flexibility
The U.S. Army’s VICTORY initiative has come into its own. Today’s combat vehicles are typically deployed with multiple independent systems that have limited ability to share their...
Valerie Insinna with National Defense discusses VICTORY with the U.S. Army, prime contracts, and Curtiss-Wright.
Authored by: Jeremy Banks & Denis Smetana
Authored by: Marc Couture
Authored by: Gregory Sikkens
This project represents Curtiss-Wright’s first opportunity to supply Parvus rugged network solutions to the space launch vehicle market.
Curtiss-Wright recently engaged with a customer tasked with building a new, state-of-the-art optical threat protection system for a NATO naval surface program. This on-deck system will be used to...
Multiple generations of Parvus DuraCOR rugged mission computer subsystems have been deployed on-board the Husky Mounted Detection System (HMDS), a mine sweeper ground vehicle used to support the...
This issue highlights a new webinar on OpenVPX Gen3 Signal Integrity, LRU consolidations to reduce SWAP-C, and safety certifiable COTS solutions to expedite your system development
This issue of Defense Solutions Quarterly highlights system solutions tailoring to your program needs, UAV Embedded Technologies, and a Special Report on Pad Cratering in electronics.
Issue 1 of 2014 highlights, 40Gbps fabrics, white papers on pre-qualified systems and common COTS misconceptions, and system ready applications for human machine interfaces.