This case study describes how a manufacturer of an electric VTOL aircraft selected and installed a suitable flight test instrumentation (FTI) system quickly to help meet a rigours schedule.
Tactical Air Support, Inc. needed a cockpit accessible rugged data recorder and a pre-integrated mission computer to upgrade its fleet of F-5AT Tiger II Military supersonic tactical fighters. Read about the solution Curtiss-Wright developed here.
A manufacturer of secure aerospace & defense systems sought a COTS SBC with a robust & proven security profile for its new Trusted Computing solution.
This case study discusses how a system architect upgraded a legacy platform with modern data storage and recording while retaining legacy FC sensors. Read about the solution Curtiss-Wright developed.
A customer wished to move to the latest and greatest technology without having to change pinouts or cables on the aircraft. Ideally, since the platform would be sold globally, including in Europe, the new mission processor solution would also carry a CE Mark.
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.
Radio Frequency (RF) telescopes are different than standard optical telescopes. It is important that the back-end processing be updated to take advantage of the latest advancements in technology. Read about the solution Curtiss-Wright developed here.
A leading mission systems integrator sought a data recording and storage device that could capture up to 1TB of data in a removable drive, easily integrated into their existing mission system, adding minimal weight. Read about the solution we developed here.
An aircraft fleet was undergoing an upgrade of the on-board AEW&C network, they contacted Curtiss-Wright to find a cost effective yet rugged, quick turnaround solution for multiple processing and communications subsystems.
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.