About Sensors Division

With over 50 years of experience in aviation technology, Curtiss-Wright's Sensors Division is continuing the legacy of flight innovation, providing high accuracy, critical components on a variety of commercial & defense aerospace platforms. We work closely with systems integrators and OEMs to deliver the most reliable products on the market.

Curtiss-Wright, Sensors Division is composed of several acquisitions with long legacies in the aerospace industry. These companies include G.L. Collins, IMC Magnetics, Power Systems, Novatronics, Pickering, South Bend Controls (SBC), Futurecraft, Dexter Wilson, Predator Systems (PSI), and Penny & Giles.

Our broad portfolio of components, found from the nose to the tail of the aircraft, includes precision position sensors, hot air valves used on advanced engine propulsion systems, and a wide range of other solenoids, valves and sensors. Our variety of offerings is an important competitive advantage that enables our customers to single-source multiple components from a trusted partner. We have significant content on established core platforms, and have captured important contracts on virtually every new major aerospace program, including the Boeing 787 and 737 MAX, Airbus A350 and A320NEO, Lockheed Martin F-35, CFM LEAP-X engine and the Pratt & Whitney PurePower® engine.

We have long been recognized as a leader in high precision, flight-critical sensors, and solenoid valves. Our suite of products for passenger aircraft applications includes primary and secondary flight controls, engine controls, landing gear, and environmental control systems. We also offer solenoids and valves used in hydraulic, pneumatic, and fuel systems.

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