Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division, a trusted, proven supplier of rugged modular open systems approach (MOSA) solutions, announced its participation on the Raytheon Technologies (rtx.com) team to support the development of the U.S. Army’s Tactical Intelligence Targeting Access Node, or TITAN, program. TITAN is a tactical ground station that finds and tracks threats to support long-range precision targeting. Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solution division will provide MOSA compliance and network infrastructure management solutions that deliver an accelerated path to TITAN’s ground station modernization schedule for brigade and above.
“We’re very proud to join Raytheon Technologies’s best-in-class team to support the Army’s TITAN program,” said Chris Wiltsey, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions. “We look forward to providing this collaborative effort with our expertise in open systems architecture and our range of proven MOSA-based hardware solutions, as well as our PacStar™ family of tactical networking products for the edge of the battlefield.”
To deliver a ready-now solution that’s adaptable for the future, Raytheon Technologies will pull from more than 50 years of experience in satellite system development, production and data management, communications design and integration and effectors.
Curtiss-Wright’s extensive CMOSS (C5ISR/EW Modular Open Suite of Standards) / The Open Group Sensor Open Systems Architecture™ (SOSA) aligned compute, network, and network infrastructure management solutions deliver an accelerated path to TITAN’s ground station modernization deployable hardware at the brigade level and above.
Curtiss-Wright offers a broad complement of CMOSS (C5ISR/EW Modular Open Suite of Standards) / The Open Group Sensor Open Systems Architecture™ (SOSA) aligned compute, network, and network infrastructure management solutions, including high-performance single board computer (SBC), digital signal processing (DSP), GPGPU, A-PNT timing, and network switch cards. In addition, Curtiss-Wright provides CMOSS compliant lab development chassis and rugged deployable multi-slot chassis. System integrators are encouraged to contact Curtiss-Wright system architects and product managers at ds[.]curtisswright.com to schedule a discussion about currently available and forthcoming embedded modules.
The Open Standards Leader
Curtiss-Wright is an active contributor to the definition and advancement of the open standards included in CMOSS and those being defined by the SOSA™ Consortium. Curtiss-Wright has been a leading participant in the development of the CMOSS and SOSA standards since the inception of both initiatives and is a key participant in several SOSA Consortium working groups (including holding a chair position in the SOSA Consortium). In addition, the company has been a leading contributor to the VITA Standards Organization (VSO) that oversees the definition of the OpenVPX™, PMC, XMC, and FMC form factor standards that provide the foundation of both CMOSS and SOSA technical standards. This makes Curtiss-Wright ideally positioned to work with customers to help guide the development and success of their CMOSS and SOSA aligned applications.
About Curtiss-Wright Corporation
Curtiss-Wright Corporation (curtisswright.com | curtisswrightds.com) is a global innovative company that delivers highly engineered, critical function products and services to the Aerospace and Defense markets, and to the Commercial markets including Power, Process and General Industrial. Building on the heritage of Glenn Curtiss and the Wright brothers, Curtiss-Wright has a long tradition of providing reliable solutions through trusted customer relationships. The company employs approximately 8,200 people worldwide.
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