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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Beating Hackers the H.A.R.D. Way
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.
C130T AOU Program Overcomes COVID-19 Barriers
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.
Navy Remotely Tests C/KC-130T Avionics Software Fix
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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