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Curtiss-Wright has unveiled a small form factor SWaP-optimized data storage technology for unmanned aerial and underwater vehicles and ISR aircraft, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Friday. Mil & Aero staff write the Data Transport System 1-Slot network attached storage delivers up to two terabytes of storage and supports encryption to help protect data at rest. The report added DTS1 […] More
Curtiss-Wright‘s defense business unit was selected by TORC Robotics to supply its in-house rugged gigabit Ethernet switch subsystem for installation into autonomous tele-operated unmanned ground vehicles. The Curtiss-Wright segment provided its commercial-off-the-shelf Parvus DuraNET 20-10 Ethernet switch, which features Ethernet management, security and design functionalities to support defense and aerospace platforms, the company said Tuesday. Lynn Bamford, Curtiss-Wright […] More
DRS Technologies and Curtiss-Wright have partnered to develop a portfolio of radio frequency and microwave subsystems designed to support the U.S. Army‘s Modular Open RF Architecture program. The alliance’s goal is to offer military customers OpenVPX-based RF and small-form-factor modules for tactical ground vehicles, Curtiss-Wright said Monday. “Today's ground vehicles don't have the room or […] More
Curtiss-Wright has been awarded a potential $75 million contract to provide engineering services and hatch control actuators for installation on the U.S. Army's Multi-Mission Launcher under the Indirect Fire Protection Capability initiative. The service branch's MML program is an open system architecture-based aerial defense launcher designed to deploy various interceptors against cruise missile and unmanned […] More
Curtiss-Wright has been awarded a nearly $49 million contract with Lockheed Martin to produce a turret drive servo system for the British Army‘s new Scout vehicle. Lockheed will use the turret system to stabilize the weapons on the Scout Reconnaissance vehicle, Curtiss-Wright said Thursday. “Curtiss-Wright is proud to have been selected by Lockheed Martin to […] More
Curtiss-Wright has launched a rugged mobile Internet Protocol router subsystem for military ground vehicles and aircraft, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Friday. John Keller writes Curtiss-Wright's Ashburn, Virginia-based defense solutions division worked to incorporate a Cisco-developed gigabit Ethernet switch into the new variant of the Parvus DuraMAR 5915 component. The combination of the Cisco 5915 router […] More
Curtiss-Wright‘s defense solutions unit will provide Ethernet switches to the United Launch Alliance for Atlas V and Delta IV rockets under a $2 million contract, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Friday. John Keller writes the Lockheed Martin and Boeing joint venture selected Curtiss-Wright’s rugged commercial off-the-shelf Parvus DuraNET 3000 for the U.S. Air Force‘s Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle program. ULA will use the switch pre-launch […] More
Curtiss-Wright and Ontic have entered into a licensing agreement for Ontic to take over product lifecycle support of Curtiss-Wright’s aircraft electronic system offerings. The deal covers fire detection systems, power converters and logic modules for the Sikorsky Blackhawk, Sukhoi Superjet 100 and Boeing commercial planes, Ontic said Tuesday. Ontic will provide production, aftermarket manufacturing, maintenance, […] More
Northrop Grumman has awarded Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions with a $8 million follow-on contract to develop radar signal processors for a U.S. Air Force aircraft program, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Tuesday. Northrop’s Aerospace Systems business aims to integrate an improved digital signal processing platform into the Joint Surveillance and Target Attack Radar System plane, the […] More
Curtiss-Wright Corp. has won a nearly $50 million order for valves that the U.S. Navy intends to install on three of its naval platforms. Curtiss-Wright received the award from Bechtel Plant Machinery Inc., NAVSUP Mechanicsburg and General Dynamics Electric Boat for the Navy’s Virginia Class Submarines, Ford Class Aircraft Carriers and Nuclear Propulsion Training Units, […] More
Lockheed Martin's aeronautics division has awarded Curtiss-Wright Controls Inc. a nearly $8 million contract to build Gigabit Ethernet switch systems for the U.S. Air Force and allied nations' F-16 aircraft. Curtiss-Wright's defense services division will work to engineer SMS-652 SwitchBox products for the Taiwanese Air Force's F-16 fleet under the first upgrade program worth nearly […] More
Northrop Grumman has awarded Curtiss-Wright an $8 million follow-on contract to engineer a radar processing technology for use in a U.S. Air Force aircraft program, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Wednesday. John Keller writes Curtiss-Wright's Santa Clarita, Calif.-based control defense services segment will work to build a digital signal processing system for the Joint Surveillance and […] More
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