Curtiss-Wright Industrial Division has a wealth of experienced design engineers entirely focused on key market products. Using the latest CAD/CAM tools for design and in-house facilities for extensive testing of mechanical and electrical parameters, Curtiss-Wright Industrial Division leads the industry across multiple market sectors.
Curtiss-Wright Industrial Division has a strategy to continuously research and develop new technologies, which can impact advanced operator controls and vehicle control systems. New technologies are fully developed and tested before being released for integration into product development programs.
We have established an excellent position in various markets by being highly responsive to specific customer requirements. Aligning this philosophy with state-of-the-art capabilities, such as rapid prototyping, our development centers are able to produce advanced components that are delivered reliably and on time.
We work in partnership with our customers to create innovative products. Whether it is customizing an existing product to better suit an application, or creating completely new concepts to address an OEM specification, our global team of engineers is ready for the challenge. Our engineers will work directly with your team to determine what is needed for a successful outcome. Combine this passion for collaboration with our extensive experience in a wide variety of market applications and Curtiss-Wright Industrial Division is well positioned to help your project succeed.
We understand that state-of-the-art solutions require state-of-the-art-tools and analysis. Here are a few of the systems and methods of analysis we implement when making your controls:
Curtiss-Wright Industrial Division design and manufacture safety-critical components. This is not a responsibility we take lightly, and have implemented formal processes to analyze each design for potential risks to the end operation.
We utilize analysis tools to predict performance of our products in the field. We also use analysis correlated to our laboratory test data to confirm design concepts. The following analyses and tools allow us to shorten the development cycle time and prevent repetitive testing: