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DigitalGlobe-MDA Team to Offer Satellite Data Tools; Jeff Kerridge, Don Osborne Comment

DigitalGlobe-MDA Team to Offer Satellite Data Tools; Jeff Kerridge, Don Osborne Comment

DigitalGlobe and MDA have combined their optical and radar satellite products to offer a common ground system for the defense and intelligence community. Jeff Kerridge, DigitalGlobe’s senior vice president for international… Read more »

Serco to Compete for $77M in Navy Electronic Surveillance Systems Work; Dan Allen Comments

Serco to Compete for $77M in Navy Electronic Surveillance Systems Work; Dan Allen Comments

Serco Inc. will compete for up to $77 million in task orders to help the U.S. Navy maintain electronic surveillance systems under a potential five-year contract vehicle. The British contractor’s… Read more »

Lockheed-Boeing JV to Use Curtiss-Wright Ethernet Switch on Launch Vehicles

Lockheed-Boeing JV to Use Curtiss-Wright Ethernet Switch on Launch Vehicles

Curtiss-Wright‘s defense solutions unit will provide Ethernet switches to the United Launch Alliance for Atlas V and Delta IV rockets under a $2 million contract, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Friday. John… Read more »

Ubisense to Support Savi Technology for Military Logistics Contract; Richard Green Comments

Ubisense to Support Savi Technology for Military Logistics Contract; Richard Green Comments

Ubisense will deliver its location intelligence systems to support Savi Technology‘s five-year contract for global asset planning and logistics tracking services to agencies such as the Defense Department, U.S. Coast Guard and NATO. “This… Read more »

Terri Spoonhour: Alion to Help U.S. Military Detect, Counter IED Threats

Terri Spoonhour: Alion to Help U.S. Military Detect, Counter IED Threats

Alion Science and Technology has received a $17.7 million task order to help the U.S. Defense Department research and develop new systems intended to protect soldiers against improvised explosive devices…. Read more »

Xerox Unit, DARPA Partner to Build Transient Sensor; Sean Garner Comments

Xerox Unit, DARPA Partner to Build Transient Sensor; Sean Garner Comments

A Xerox subsidiary has been awarded a potential $2 million contract to develop and demonstrate a self-destructing sensor technology for the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. PARC and DARPA… Read more »

5th Boeing GPS IIF Satellite Enters Air Force Constellation; Craig Cooning Comments

5th Boeing GPS IIF Satellite Enters Air Force Constellation; Craig Cooning Comments

A fifth Boeing-developed navigation satellite for the U.S. Air Force has joined the branch’s GPS IIF constellation. The satellite took off on Feb. 20 and was validated by the company… Read more »

Raytheon Taps Anaren for Navy Air, Missile Defense Radar Beamformer Tech

Raytheon Taps Anaren for Navy Air, Missile Defense Radar Beamformer Tech

Anaren will provide its beamformer technology to Raytheon under an $8.5 million subcontract for the engineering and manufacturing development stage of Raytheon’s contract to build the U.S. Navy‘s Air and Missile Defense Radar…. Read more »

Mutualink Offers Multimedia Emergency Comm for K-12 Schools; Mark Hatten Comments

Mutualink Offers Multimedia Emergency Comm for K-12 Schools; Mark Hatten Comments

Mutualink has launched a multimedia communications technology to assist emergency management at public, private and parochial K-12 schools by setting a direct link with first responders such as police, fire and medical services…. Read more »

Lockheed Tests Orion Avionics Systems; Cleon Lacefield Comments

Lockheed Tests Orion Avionics Systems; Cleon Lacefield Comments

Lockheed Martin has completed a series of tests on the Orion spacecraft’s avionics system, which is built to activate and send commands to at least 20 systems on the crew… Read more »

Lockheed, Neya Systems to Integrate C2 Tech for Cargo-Delivery Drones; Jeffrey Poulin Comments

Lockheed, Neya Systems to Integrate C2 Tech for Cargo-Delivery Drones; Jeffrey Poulin Comments

Lockheed Martin will partner with Neya Systems to integrate a mission planning and management system with a military unmanned aerial vehicle that carries out casualty evacuation and cargo resupply missions in… Read more »

George Vardoulakis: Northrop, Navy to Conduct 1st Ship-Based Fire Scout Flights in Summer

George Vardoulakis: Northrop, Navy to Conduct 1st Ship-Based Fire Scout Flights in Summer

The U.S. Navy and Northrop Grumman plan to carry out the first set of ship-based flights of the MQ-8C Fire Scout this summer, said George Vardoulakis, Northrop vice president of medium… Read more »

Future Lockheed Navy Tech Center to Focus on Human-Machine Interfaces

Future Lockheed Navy Tech Center to Focus on Human-Machine Interfaces

Lockheed Martin‘s mission systems and training unit will open a new facility later this year in Moorestown, N.J. to develop surface warfare combat systems, Seapower Magazine reported Friday.  Richard Burgess… Read more »

Northrop, Air Force Demo Global Hawk’s SatCom Capabilities; Alfredo Ramirez Comments

Northrop, Air Force Demo Global Hawk’s SatCom Capabilities; Alfredo Ramirez Comments

Northrop Grumman and the U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command recently conducted ground and air demonstrations for the RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned aircraft. The demonstrations were held at Beale Air Force Base, Calif…. Read more »

Northrop Puts Military Communications Pod Through Data Exchange Test; Jeannie Hilger Comments

Northrop Puts Military Communications Pod Through Data Exchange Test; Jeannie Hilger Comments

Northrop Grumman has built and tested an air-based pod system for the U.S. Air Force to manage exchange of video, data and voice messages in real time during combat operations…. Read more »

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