Avionics & Aircraft Modernization

Lockheed Martin leverages decades of experience integrating avionics and aircraft modernization solutions on domestic and international aircraft. The Lockheed Martin CORE cockpit solution for the U.S. Navy C-130T Avionics Obsolescence Upgrade (AOU) and the V-280 Valor Programs provide the most advanced mission processing capabilities designed for size, weight and power constraints. Lockheed Martin is a global partner for design, manufacturing and integration to existing rotary and fixed wing aircraft providing affordable, low-risk solutions to customers worldwide.

Common Open Reuse Environment (CORE) Cockpit

First fully “app-based” cockpit solution designed in alignment with Future Airborne Capabilities Environment (FACETM) standard, offering customers unprecedented levels of customization and organic control of the Avionics and Software baseline.

Mission & Flight Critical Processors

Flight-proven avionics safety-critical processors to meet the most demanding mission requirements.

Integrated Core Processor (ICP)

Affordable, scalable, low-risk, and sustainable high performance supercomputer for tomorrow’s jet fighter and helicopters

Common Mission Processor (CMP)

Highest reliability/lowest weight mission processor for advanced mission computing

Special Mission Processor (SMP)

Highly versatile, state-of-the-art processor combining mission critical core and graphics processing with expanding crew work station capabilities and networking

Aircraft Modernization

Design, manufacturing, systems integration and engineering solutions; maintaining specialized skills generating installation designs and enhancing system, mission and aircraft performance, system capacity, installation, certification, and maintenance
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Oct 26, 2020
For the past three years Lockheed Martin and Binghamton University have been helping DARPA figure out how to beat hackers at their own game by identifying a Hardware Architecture Resilient by Design (H.A.R.D.) approach.
May 01, 2020
Third Party Article
Navy program to upgrade the avionics of C/KC-130T Hercules logistics support and aerial refueling aircraft successfully completed a crucial developmental test and evaluation event last month thanks to the ingenuity of the program team who overcame challenges imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
May 05, 2020
Third Party Article
Due to travel restrictions because of COVID-19, the Navy and Lockheed Martin remotely tested software fixes for the latest software build of the C/KC-130T Avionics Obsolescence Upgrade (AOU) program in Fort Worth last month, the service said.
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