Curtiss-Wright acquires Specialist Electronics Services

  • 23-Jun-2010 08:06 EDT

Curtiss-Wright Corp. has acquired Camberley, U.K.-based Specialist Electronics Services Ltd. (SES), a designer and manufacturer of rugged, security-encrypted data recorders, processors, display media, and software for aerospace and defense applications. SES will operate within the Integrated Sensing division of Curtiss-Wright's Motion Control segment. SES has particular expertise in solid-state data recording, computing, and control display units. Key platforms include fixed-wing, rotary-wing, and unmanned aircraft, tactical vehicles, and navy vessels. Proprietary technologies include high-integrity mission computing, engine monitoring, multichannel video and data mission recording, rugged and extreme environmental computing, and software for data transmission and technical analysis.

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