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  1. COMBAT NETWORKING: Vetronics networking from Curtiss-Wright chosen for combat vehicle upgrade

    Vetronics networking experts at Strategic Communications in Louisville, Ky., needed a rugged network router and switch for an upgrade to the U.S. Marine Corps AAVC-7 amphibious assault vehicle. They found their solution at Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions in Salt Lake City. Strategic Communications selected Curtiss-Wright to provide Cisco IOS-based Parvus DuraMAR 5915 router and Parvus DuraNET 30-2020 switch subsystems for the AAVC-7 vetronics upgrade. The Marine Corps amphibious assault vehicle has several variants. The AAVC-7A1 command version for which Curtiss-Wright is providing vetronics networking gear does not have a turret; communications equipment takes up much of the vehicle’s cargo space. This version only has two crew radios and, in addition to the VIC-2, it carries two VRC-92s, a VRC-89, a PRC-103 UHF radio, a MRC-83 HF radio, and the MSQ internetworking system to control the various radios. The Curtiss-Wright Parvus DuraMAR 5915 is a MIL-STD rugged Cisco 5915 mobile IP router subsystem with integrated Gigabit Ethernet switch. It integrates Cisco’s 5915 embedded services router (ESR) card in a rugged chassis designed for harsh military vehicle and aircraft installations. FOR MORE INFORMATION visit Curtiss-Wright online at www.cwcdefense.com .

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    Wed, 8 Apr 2015

  2. VETRONICS : Vetronics processing and network switch for military ground vehicles

    Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions, a division of Curtiss-Wright in Ashburn, Va., is introducing the Ground Control System (GCS) processing and network switch subsystem for use with the U.S. Army Vehicular Integration for C4ISR/EW Interoperability (VICTORY) standard vetronics architecture.

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    Mon, 16 Mar 2015

  3. VETRONICS : GE to provide rugged computing systems for British Army Scout

    Vetronics designers at General Dynamics UK in Bryn Brithdir, Wales, needed embedded computing subsystems for the British Army Scout specialist vehicle (Scout SV).

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    Tue, 12 May 2015

  4. GE to provide rugged embedded computing systems for British Army Scout armored vehicle vetronics

    TOWCESTER, England, 5 March 2015. Vetronics designers at General Dynamics UK in Bryn Brithdir, Wales, needed embedded computing subsystems for the British Army Scout specialist vehicle (Scout SV). They found their solution from GE Intelligent Platforms in Towcester, England.

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    Thu, 5 Mar 2015

  1. Rugged vetronics networking gear from Curtiss-Wright chosen for Marine Corps combat vehicle upgrade

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    Fri, 6 Feb 2015

  2. Vetronics processing and network switch for military ground vehicles introduced by Curtiss-Wright

    ASHBURN, Va., 7 Nov. 2014. The Curtiss-Wright Corp. Defense Solutions division in Ashburn, Va., is introducing the Ground Control System (GCS) processing and network switch subsystem for use with the U.S. Army Vehicular Integration for C4ISR/EW Interoperability (VICTORY) standard vetronics ...

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    Fri, 7 Nov 2014

  3. General Dynamics chooses rugged servers from Crystal for Prophet signals intelligence vetronics

    HIAWATHA, Iowa, 16 Oct 2014. Vetronics designers at General Dynamics C4 Systems in Scottsdale, Ariz., needed rugged computer servers for a combat vehicle signals intelligence (SIGINT) system. They found their solution from Crystal Group Inc. in Hiawatha, Iowa.

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    Thu, 16 Oct 2014

  4. RUGGED COMPUTERS: Rugged small-form-factor mission computer for vetronics , C4ISR, and payloads

    Acromag in Wixom, Mich., is introducing the ARCX rugged small-form-factor mission computer for military and aerospace deployable applications like vetronics , C4ISR, payload management, and command and control.

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    Wed, 14 Jan 2015

  5. RUGGED COMPUTERS: General Dynamics chooses rugged servers from Crystal for Prophet signals intelligence vetronics

    Vetronics designers at General Dynamics C4 Systems in Scottsdale, Ariz., needed rugged computer servers for a combat vehicle signals intelligence (SIGINT) system. They found their solution from Crystal Group Inc. in Hiawatha, Iowa.

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    Tue, 11 Nov 2014

  6. Nuclear-hardened 3U OpenVPX rugged computer for vetronics uses introduced by Curtiss-Wright

    ASHBURN, Va., 3 June 2015. The Curtiss-Wright Corp. Defense Solutions division in Ashburn, Va. is introducing the nuclear-hardened MPMC-9331 3U OpenVPX rugged computer for demanding compute-intensive combat vehicle applications such as ballistic fire control.

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    Wed, 3 Jun 2015

  7. Army reaches out to vetronics industry to join VICTORY combat vehicle program

    WARREN, Mich., 23 Oct. 2013. U.S. Army officials are reaching out to industry to encourage membership in the VICTORY standards organization to help develop, validate, and maintain open-systems standards for vetronics on U.S. and allied armored combat vehicles.

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    Wed, 23 Oct 2013

  8. Army chooses rugged Ethernet switches for MRAP vetronics networking to connect radios and sensors

    WARREN, Mich., 14 May 2014. U.S. Army vetronics experts needed rugged Gigabit Ethernet switches for the Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) armored combat vehicle. They found their solution from Aeronix Inc. in Melbourne, Fla.

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    Wed, 14 May 2014

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