Aaron Frank looks at six trusted computing terms and how they protect critical program information in defense and aerospace systems.
Mike Slonosky takes a deeper look at cyber security and how trusted hardware is a key component in any trusted computing solution.
System Safety Certification Using Safety-Certifiable COTS: How To Mend The Gap Between Assembly Level Artifacts and the System Safety Assessment
Rick Hearn looks at what “safety-certifiable COTS” will mean for avionics system integrators.
Mike Southworth looks at how modifying Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) systems to meet program requirements can transform a general purpose system into a tailored solution.
With its unique 2-Layer encryption technology, the DTS1 seamlessly integrates both hardware and software full disk encryption to protect sensitive mission data. Learn more in our Infographic here.
Jump-start development with ruggedized safety-certifable hardware cards that are DO-254 and DO-178 certifiable.
Our infographic shows the transition by US organizations to C-Band frequency.
Stephen Willis looks at the new common functional core for DAS studio and TTCWare allowing FTI Integrators to choose from a wider mix of hardware.
Paul Cook looks at research conducted by Curtiss-Wright to find out where organizations are in the C-Band transition in the USA.
Denis Smetana looks at the benefits that a major advance in telecom technology could bring to the defense and aerospace industries.