Bringing the benefits of multicore processors to safety-critical systems is challenging. Read how Curtiss-Wright and Green Hills Software are up to the challenge.
Tammy Carter and David Jedynak discuss how huge data demands are pushing radar and electronic warfare (EW) developers to seek new ways to deliver multifunction systems that also meet strict size, weight, and power (SWaP) requirements.
Paul Bundick explains the two major challenges that confront developers of military radar-processing systems and how Curtiss-Wright is meeting those challenges with configurable FPGAs.
Curtiss-Wright's anti-tamper and cyber resiliency expert, David Sheets, offers insight to understanding interplay between cybersecurity techniques and embedded solutions.
David Sheets and Paul Hart provide a guide to the international government agencies that perform security accreditation for equipment used in military applications.
Rick Hearn explains how the key computing elements of an avionics system must all be designed with safety in mind and endure stringent testing to prove they can meet the required Design Assurance Level (DAL).
J.R. Wilson from Military & Aerospace looks closely at how U.S. warfighters work aggressively to protect computers and networks, just as they would do to protect territory, airspace, sea lanes, and access to space.
2018 Military & Aerospace Technology Innovation Awards Announced for Aerospace and Defense Achievement
Read about which Military & Aerospace Electronics and Intelligent Aerospace Awards Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions won in 2018.
The certification of computer hardware and software used in safety-critical aircraft systems is essential to the integrity of air transportation. Rick Hearn and Paul Hart talk about the changes and challenges.
In the world of security and trusted computing, there are many different disciplines involved. With a constantly evolving set of standards, learn what certifications might apply.