o A military systems integrator received a government contract to upgrade the computer networking electronics onboard a small fleet of ground combat vehicles as part of a modernization pilot program. If successful, the contract would demonstrate increased network capacity, resiliency,...
A missile and missile system manufacturer encountered an obsolescence problem with a system it supplied to its customers to perform missile lot tests. As their supplier ended support of the test instrumentation kit (TIK) they used, they quickly needed to find a replacement.
With integrated fire control, naval ships in missile defense roles can communicate directly with ground-based Patriot missile batteries.
A leading C5ISR system integrator reached out to Curtiss-Wright in search of a network attached storage (NAS) server that would bring their aging fleet up to date. Read about the solution we developed here.
While developing a new intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) system, a large aerospace developer approached Curtiss-Wright for commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) equipment that had to fit into a space-constrained, propeller-driven aircraft.
A company that was developing their own hypersonic vehicle for use as a technology test bed wanted a flight test instrumentation (FTI), recording, and transmission system.
This case study is the application example of CESMO, which a white paper has been written on. CESMO is a digital protocol that NATO has adopted to support EW operations in order to connect the sensors on a battlefield, ultimately providing enhanced situational awareness to coalition...
Multiple eVTOL aircraft developers from America and Europe have come to Curtiss-Wright seeking rugged COTS hardware to be used for prototyping as they develop their new aircraft platforms for production.
A leading prime contractor of airborne imaging systems came to Curtiss-Wright with a 3U OpenVPX™ system architecture design problem they were doubtful could be solved, given the project’s constraints.
Réaltra was awarded a contract to develop a launcher video telemetry system (LVTS) that will provide the on-board live video telemetry for a launcher that is anticipated to fly in 2021.