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Military Embedded Systems

Military Technology Insider

An industry perspective from Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions

Pre-validated hardware and software eliminate risks of new system capabilities

Lee Brown Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions

Adding new critical capabilities such as digital mapping, Human Machine Interface (HMI), and cross domain guard data security solutions into rugged deployed systems for defense and aerospace applications can be a challenge – both to development schedules and program budgets. The most costly and time consuming approach for adding new capabilities is to develop the hardware and software for the desired solution completely inhouse.

The year of 40 GbE

Lee Brown Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions

System architects face many challenges in designing the next generation of ISR systems. They must keep up with the ever increasing amount of sensor data, follow an open systems approach, and make sure that the technology has a future road map. 40 GbE f...