Curtiss-Wright Unveils New Rugged Mission Computer for Military, Civilian Vehicles

Curtiss-Wright Unveils New Rugged Mission Computer for Military, Civilian Vehicles - top government contractors - best government contracting eventCurtiss-Wright has rolled out a new mission computer system designed for civil and military command-and-control embedded computing applications, fixed-wind aircraft and helicopters, ground vehicles and maritime vessels, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Tuesday.

The report noted that the ultra-small-form-factor Parvus DuraCOR 312 computer offers high-performance embedded computing and general-purpose graphics processing for deep learning, electronic warfare, ISR and targeting applications.

Parvus DuraCOR 312 is based on NVIDIA‘s Jetson Tegra X1 supercomputer-on-a module and supports small size, weight and power applications such as avionics and vetronics.

The computer’s rugged chassis is designed to comply with various environmental, power and electromagnetic interference standards for extreme shock, high-altitude, humid, noisy, vibration and wide-temperature environments.

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