Architecture softens development risks

Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing introduced a new Continuum Software Architecture (CSA), which it claims will help reduce development, integration, life-cycle maintenance, and support costs.

The CSA provides a two-fold approach for improving customer ability to integrate and evolve with COTS hardware and software. First, it supplies the binding elements to facilitate easy integration of embedded products. Second, its common set of software application programming interfaces (APIs) extend, enable, and simplify the full and efficient usage of all available hardware devices.

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