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New avionics-focused business unit formed by Curtiss-Wright Controls - News

March 13, 2012
CHARLOTTE, N.C. Officials at Curtiss-Wright Controls, Inc. in Charlotte, N.C., have restructured their Integrated Sensing business to focus more on avionics and global aerospace applications. The group is now called the Avionics & Electronics (CWC-AE) division, which will be based in Christchurch, United Kingdom.

Certifiable avionics takes off as UAV fleet operates in commercial airspace - Story

March 07, 2012
The proliferation of UAVs into the National Airspace System (NAS) is prompting the development of rigorous certification requirements for unmanned systems operating in commercial aerospace.

13U enclosure eases SIGINT, radar processing design - Product

February 21, 2012
With applications such as SIGINT, radar processing, and image processing at the forefront of military embedded electronics, having those applications designed based upon an open standard such as OpenVPX (VITA 65) is a real boon to helping designers speed up development. Accordingly, the ne...

DSP goes all digital to boost real-time sensor data analysis - Story

February 20, 2012
Digital electronics take DSP into High-Performance Embedded Computing (HPEC) systems to optimize the fuel/data communications and system functionality/SWaP envelopes.

Lead-free technology in mil/aero electronics - Story

December 16, 2011
Reports, standards, best practices, and solutions are being generated in regard to the reliability concerns of lead-free electronics in A&D applications.

ARM inside SWaP-C savvy flight control computer - Product

October 17, 2011
Well known for sitting inside smartphones, GPS, and many other mobile devices, the ARM processor has found a home inside Curtiss-Wright Controls Electronic Systems' Versatile Flight Control Computer (VFCC).

VPX standards keep pace with faster fabrics - Story

October 12, 2011
High-speed fabrics driven by the commercial market are also revolutionizing the military embedded market, by way of the VITA 46, 65, and 68 open standards - which aim to keep VPX on track to deliver the ever-increasing need for speed.