New Family of Integrated Systems Pre-Qualified to Military Standards

Curtiss-Wright has added a new family of pre-qualified subsystems to its defense solutions division. These systems meet the MIL-STD-810, MIL-STD-461 and DO-160 Standards.

The pre-qualified subsystem family includes new product configurations. These products yield positive feedback from users because they save users time, money and eliminate risk of building other systems. The products can save users thousands of dollars in weeks and about a year of time needed for production. This family of products was designed to yield high performance in harsh environments.

“These rugged, field-proven mission computers leverage Curtiss-Wright’s unmatched industry leading COTS modules and system packaging expertise. Ideal for use in SWaP-C constrained aircraft and ground vehicle platforms deployed in harsh environments, the Pre-Qualified Subsystems support all the most popular defense and aerospace open architectures, including 3U and 6U, with configurations ranging from 1 to 5 slots,” according to the company.

“Our new family of rugged Pre-Qualified Subsystems have already undergone comprehensive and rigorous worst case hardware testing to reduce our customers’ development costs and slash their application’s time to deployment. System integrators using these products are able to give their system development cycle a huge head-start,” Lynn Bamford, senior vice president of the defense solutions division, said.


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