It’s not just about shielding data drives from shock and vibration; designers also are looking for the latest in speed and capacity, and want encryption to protect data at rest, and security to foil tampering.
U.S. government and military are taking a lead role in protecting sensitive computers from cyber attack, and solutions finally are on the horizon.
Attacks are getting sophisticated. Examples include Rowhammer, Meltdown, Spectre, and others. System designers need to consider many attack vectors.
The magic of tensors comes from their special transformational properties that enable them to describe the same physics in all reference frames.
2019 Military & Aerospace Technology Innovators Awards Announced for Aerospace and Defense Achievement
Curtiss-Wright's HUNTR TDL hub won a Platinum Award.
New commercial and military aircraft production is preceded by extensive flight tests to prove the performance of the aircraft and its sub-systems.
Modern aircraft flight test instrumentation system design revolves around defining the most efficient method to collect aircraft data for both on board recording and real-time telemetry transmission.
Test and measurement equipment for the flightline is becoming smaller, lighter in weight, less power-hungry, and requires fewer maintenance personnel than ever before.
The suite of open architecture industry and U.S. Army standards included in CMOSS enables the reduction of C4ISR system SWaP.
Improving intelligent tactical data link translation to simplify real-time warfighter communications
Because different devices use different TDL types for communications, a highly sophisticated TDL gateway is needed to translate information across the various link types.