Curtiss-Wright Controls Awarded Contract for Rugged Airborne Integrated Processor Subsystem
Curtiss-Wright Controls, Inc. today announced that it has received a contract from a major defense contractor to provide processor subsystems for use in an airborne program. Under the contract, Curtiss-Wright Controls is integrating its rugged COTS processor boards, customer supplied software as well as a payload provided by a third-party company, into a custom, Curtiss-Wright designed chassis. Curtiss-Wright Controls is also providing Environmental Stress Screening (ESS) of the fully integrated subsystem. The contract is valued at $3 million. Deliveries have commenced and are expected to continue through the middle of 2012.
“We are very pleased that our rugged processor subsystem integration capabilities were chosen to support our customer’s demanding airborne program,” said Dave Adams. “Curtiss-Wright and our partner have had a successful and growing relationship for over 10 years, and together have worked on many next generation electronic applications used by the U.S. Armed Forces.”
Curtiss-Wright Controls is manufacturing the products covered by this agreement at its facility located in Littleton, MA.
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