MILITARY TECHNOLOGY's (MILTECH) editor reviews 18 items from day one of AUVSI 2014 including Curtiss-Wright's system demonstrations.
Erik Schechter of C4ISR & Networks discusses vetronics systems demanding higher processing capabilities as well as SWaP-C.
The goal for every UAV, every vehicle, every aircraft, every ship and every soldier on the ground is be able to quickly share video information with almost any level of the DoD’s operation.
2014 Influential Women in Defense Electronics: Lynn Bamford, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions
Military Embedded Systems interviewed several women executives in the defense industry including Curtiss-Wright's Lynn Bamford.
Jeff Child discusses the progress of OpenVPX and it's course to intersect and diverge from VME.
John McHale with Military Embedded Systems discusses the needs of modern radar and electronic warfare designs relative to embedded computing systems.
John Keller with Military & Aerospace Electronics put the question to the aerospace and defense electronics industry: do we need a new term for COTS?
J.R. Wilson with Military & Aerospace Electronics discusses how onboard computing for the military is increasingly common and crucial for weapons, vehicles, and sensors.
Jack Browne with Microwaves & RF magazine selects the products that make practical use of the latest technology advances.