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FMCs – Like World Cup Football

December 16, 2015

The FMC standard is a mix and match standard; creating a successful solution requires selection of all the right pieces.

View embedded defense demos from the NXP Technology Forum

December 08, 2015

Learn about the three embedded systems based on NXP (formerly Freescale) processors that were demonstrated by Curtiss-Wright at the 2015 NXP Technology Forum.

Don’t let sensor drift lead to aircraft drift

December 01, 2015

Air data computers need to be accurate for safety and to comply with standards such as RVSM. All sensors drift however, reducing this drift means fewer maintenance checks required.

Getting Ready for an I/O Leap: FMC to FMC+

November 24, 2015

The FMC standard is evolving to keep pace with faster FPGAs and new I/O devices.

How to downsize to a single mission display on-board today's modern aerospace and defense vehicles

November 17, 2015

Combining multiple video sources into a single stream can be implemented using a computer equipped with multiple video inputs but the act of video windowing, video scaling and overlaying one video on another needs to be supported by software that competes for resources and can be less...

The Tao of Rugged Embedded System Design

November 10, 2015

Despite what you might hear, there is no magic involved in the design of rugged embedded systems; as with any engineering-related activity, it is firmly rooted in Physics.

Top 10 questions answered about U.S. Army’s VICTORY initiative

November 03, 2015

Mike Southworth answers the top 10 questions about the U.S. Army VICTORY initiative and how ground vehicle modernization benefits.

Remove the risk from sensor data recording with 3D flexibility

October 27, 2015

Flexible sensor data recorders with removable storage reduce risk and future proof aerospace and defense programs

Get Smarter Video: Introducing VMS with Metadata

October 20, 2015

Now with video management system metadata capture, the VRD1-CC is better equipped than ever to add value to aircrews’ mission-critical visual intelligence.

Looking to the Future with OpenGL SC 2.0

October 15, 2015

The current OpenGL ES standard is being adapted for markets that require DO-178 and DO-254 safety certification.

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