Curtiss-Wright has received five Innovators Awards for its army solutions.
Curtiss-Wright’s Defense Solutions division announced that five of its products, an unprecedented accomplishment, were recognised by the judges of the annual Military and Aerospace Electronics Innovators Awards programme. The winning products and award levels are:
- Platinum: OpenHPEC Accelerator Suite™ of software development tools
- Gold: DuraCOR® 312 rugged miniature mission computer
- Gold: DTS1 data transport system
- Gold: VPX3-687 3U OpenVPX™ 10 GbE switch
- Silver: Fortress flight data recorder
The judging panel consisted of senior third-party expert professionals.
Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions Defense Solutions division senior vice president and general manager Lynn Bamford said: “We are very proud to have five of our industry-leading products selected for recognition by the judges of the Military and Aerospace Electronics Innovators Awards.
“This honour is testament both to the expansive range of our product offerings and to the commitment we’ve made to bring high-quality, highest performance and most cost-effective open architecture solutions to the embedded COTS market.”
Military and Aerospace Electronics publisher Alan Bergstein stated: “This prestigious programme allows Military and Aerospace Electronics to celebrate and recognise the most innovative products and services in the military electronics industry.
“Our 2017 honourees are an outstanding example of companies who are making an impact.”
Military and Aerospace Electronics chief editor John Keller said: “Our technology innovation awards are trying to highlight real solutions to difficult design problems, rather than simply showcase promising new products, and Curtiss-Wright has stepped up with technology that systems designers can really use.
“We’re looking forward to next year for additional defence electronics suppliers stepping forward with technology solutions.”
The Innovators Awards are judged based on the following criteria:
- Value to the User
- Meeting a Defined Need
The 2017 Military and Aerospace Electronics Innovators Awards Honourees are featured in the November Issue of Military and Aerospace Electronics magazine.