Saab found Curtiss-Wright online after contacting video system suppliers and being told they needed an NDA in place to discuss system solutions. The project involved upgrading their existing video system that helped provide visual awareness during the target towing process.
A leading aerospace company contacted Curtiss-Wright for a graphics display computer for a space constrained jet trainer aircraft. Typical of most programs, an economical solution was required in terms of both the recurring and non-recurring (NRE) costs; trading off NRE for a more...
Meeting Missile Program Upgrade Requirements with Power-Efficient, Future-Proof, and Low-Noise Transmitters
This case study describes how an organization overcame these challenges to successfully meet the upgrade’s objectives, including increasing the missile’s range, ensuring low-risk transmitter qualification programs and ensuring there is no transmitter interference with other onboard...
A global helicopter manufacturer, faced with a need to upgrade an existing EW suite to increase functionality, sought high-performance technology with a reputable pedigree that they could offer to their growing customer base.
Using a Diminished Visual Environment (DVE) system enables aircraft pilots to visualize the landing area in poor conditions, allowing them a safe, on time descent to their target destination.
The rapid change in both sensor and video system technology in the last decade has pushed aircraft operators to evaluate their system architecture to maximize performance and reduce complexity and system weight.
Wide-area persistent surveillance pods collect massive amounts of data due to the long mission ranges and proliferating number of sensors. When a large systems integrator needed a solution to capture this high speed data, they contacted Curtiss-Wright.
This case study describes how a rotorcraft manufacturer upgraded its existing flight data recorders with one designed to accommodate enhanced data acquisition needs and meet current and upcoming regulations.
When 30 year old airborne surveillance and control equipment mounted on the underside of an aging helicopter required replacement, the manufacturer needed a trusted, proven leader they could rely on to provide mission critical processing technology in harsh environments.
This case study describes how an operator of a 5th generation fighter found room to install aircraft monitoring instrumentation to help examine performance and rapidly identify any future issues.