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Solar Probe Plus Completes CDR, Reaches ‘Build’ Status; Andy Driesman Comments

Solar Probe Plus Completes CDR, Reaches ‘Build’ Status; Andy Driesman Comments

The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has received the go-ahead to start building NASA’s Solar Probe Plus spacecraft following a critical design review of its full mission plan by… Read more »

Bill Cull: Splunk Software Provides Support for Lockheed F-35 Data Center

Bill Cull: Splunk Software Provides Support for Lockheed F-35 Data Center

Lockheed Martin has tapped Splunk software to provide analysis and visualization support for machine data used in its F-35 Lightning II program. Splunk Enterprise monitors network and information technology systems… Read more »

Anne Altman: Army Taps IBM Hybrid Cloud for Logistics Data Center

Anne Altman: Army Taps IBM Hybrid Cloud for Logistics Data Center

The U.S. Army has adopted an IBM Hybrid Cloud to add analytics and mobile functions to the branch’s Logistics Support Activity, a service that provides data support to decision makers in Army missions around… Read more »

DRS Teams with Israel’s Beth-El, Rada on CBRN Defense, AESA Radar Tech

DRS Teams with Israel’s Beth-El, Rada on CBRN Defense, AESA Radar Tech

Finmeccanica-owned DRS Technologies has teamed with Beth-El Industries, and Israeli supplier of environmental threat protection systems, to develop an air filtration product for U.S. military use. Under the terms of the… Read more »

CACI Awarded $38M Rapid Prototyping, Technology Insertion Work for CERDEC; Ken Asbury Comments

CACI Awarded $38M Rapid Prototyping, Technology Insertion Work for CERDEC; Ken Asbury Comments

CACI International has been awarded a contract to provide rapid prototyping and technology insertion support to the U.S. Army’s applied research facility for $38.5 million. The new task order from the… Read more »

LAX Chooses Exelis Airfield Monitoring Suite; Ted Carniol, Jeff Mort Comment

LAX Chooses Exelis Airfield Monitoring Suite; Ted Carniol, Jeff Mort Comment

Exelis has been contracted to deploy its airfield monitoring and surveillance suite at the Los Angeles International Airport as part of a LAX initiative to improve safety and efficiency at… Read more »

STC Lands NASA Mission Support Contract for Langley Research

STC Lands NASA Mission Support Contract for Langley Research

Science and Technology Corporation has been awarded a potential $25 million contract from NASA to provide support services for the space agency’s aeronautics laboratory in Virginia. The five-year contract includes… Read more »

General Dynamics Distress System Figures in USCG Search, Rescue Missions

General Dynamics Distress System Figures in USCG Search, Rescue Missions

The U.S. Coast Guard has declared General Dynamics‘ Rescue 21 command, control and direction-finding communications system as a public safety network that enables its missions with ease. The company said Tuesday the… Read more »

Exelis Receives 3rd Order for GA-ASI Drone Carriage and Release Systems; Pete Martin Comments

Exelis Receives 3rd Order for GA-ASI Drone Carriage and Release Systems; Pete Martin Comments

Exelis will continue to manufacture pneumatic carriage and release systems for the MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle under a $27 million contract from General Atomics Aeronautical Systems. The follow-on contract… Read more »

Frost & Sullivan: Asian Shipyards Move Into Military Naval Vessels Market

Frost & Sullivan: Asian Shipyards Move Into Military Naval Vessels Market

Japan, South Korea and China are emerging as new manufacturing hubs for military naval vessels, a new report from Frost & Sullivan revealed. The analyst said Thursday that shipbuilding would… Read more »

Greg Mandt: NOAA Completes Installation of 6 Key Instruments Onboard GOES-R

Greg Mandt: NOAA Completes Installation of 6 Key Instruments Onboard GOES-R

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration moved closer to its March 2016 launch date for the next-generation Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite R-Series with the completed integration of all instruments aboard… Read more »

Research and Markets Sees 4% CAGR for $102B C4ISR Market

Research and Markets Sees 4% CAGR for $102B C4ISR Market

New analysis from Research and Markets has forecast a 4.52 percent year-over-year growth for the $102 billion C4ISR market from 2014 to 2020. The market report singled out the electro-optics… Read more »

Steve Rosenberg: Oracle-Proteus Feedback Tool Targets Medicine Adherence, Dosing in Clinical Trials

Steve Rosenberg: Oracle-Proteus Feedback Tool Targets Medicine Adherence, Dosing in Clinical Trials

Oracle has teamed with Proteus Digital Health to develop a feedback tool that aims to improve clinical trial outcomes. The cloud-based system combines Oracle Health Sciences InForm and Proteus’ feedback… Read more »

KLAS Report Cites Information Builders Methods, Approaches to Healthcare Data Integration; Gerald Cohen Comments

KLAS Report Cites Information Builders Methods, Approaches to Healthcare Data Integration; Gerald Cohen Comments

Information Builders said the latest KLAS Research survey has ranked the company among the top four business intelligence and analytics services providers for the healthcare industry. The study cited Information… Read more »

Jay McConville: Lockheed Sets Sights on Civil, Commercial UAV Market

Jay McConville: Lockheed Sets Sights on Civil, Commercial UAV Market

Jay McConville, director of business development for unmanned solutions at Lockheed Martin, said the contractor is studying several avenues toward marketing its small unmanned aerial vehicles to civil and commercial clients, the… Read more »

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