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Army TITAN team from Raytheon leverages MOSA expertise - News

June 30, 2021

DULLES, Virginia. Modular Open Systems Approach (MOSA) expertise is a key characteristic of the team Raytheon Technologies is putting together to support development of the U.S. Army’s Tactical Intelligence Targeting Access Node (TITAN) program. TITAN is a tactical ground station that finds and tracks threats to support long-range precision targeting.


Newer rugged touch screens benefit the modern warfighter - Story

June 14, 2021

By Richard Pollard
An industry perspective from Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions

Until we’ve mastered the science of brainwave communications, vision and touch will remain the fundamental ways that users interface with avionics and vetronics systems. Today’s modern warfighters have grown up with smartphones and tablets with intuitive, multitouch projected capacitive (PCAP) touch screens. They rely heavily on these devices in their personal lives and they expect to have access to the same capabilities and conveniences in the field.


Seahawk helicopters to be equipped with MOSA computers - News

June 07, 2021

ASHBURN, Va. Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division announced that it won a contract by Lockheed Martin to provide its Modular Open-Systems Approach (MOSA) computers and video processing modules to upgrade the Mission Computer and Flight Management Computer (MC/FMC) on the U.S. Navy’s fleet of Sikorsky MH-60R/S Seahawk helicopters.


AI and ML processing supported with new Curtiss-Wright single-board computer - News

May 19, 2021

ASHBURN, Va. Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division, supplier of rugged open-standard solutions, has introduced the VPX6-1961, an 11th Generation Intel Core single-board computer (SBC) based on the Intel Xeon W (formerly Tiger Lake-H).


Simplifying the integration of Assured PNT with CMOSS/SOSA-aligned solutions - Story

May 10, 2021

By Jason DeChiaro

From a design and engineering perspective, there are many moving parts to consider and combine in order to arrive at a position, navigation, and timing (PNT) truth. In addition, solutions must be easy to integrate into the available space on existing platforms, whether they are unmanned aerial systems (UASs) or other aircraft, ground-based operations, or systems at sea. They must provide reliable positioning information in GPS-degraded environments, where tall buildings, heavy foliage, and underground positions can affect signal quality, as well as in GPS-denied environments where adversaries have intervened to jam or compromise GPS signals.