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Paul Lemmo: Lockheed, AeroVironment Forge UAS Development Alliance

Paul Lemmo: Lockheed, AeroVironment Forge UAS Development Alliance

Lockheed Martin and AeroVironment have signed a global partnership agreement to jointly explore technologies such as atmospheric satellite systems for drones. The companies aim to integrate Lockheed’s mission and ground aircraft… Read more »

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Raytheon’s UAV Control System Software to be Updated

Raytheon’s UAV Control System Software to be Updated

Raytheon‘s tactical control system was designed to operate drones in all branches of the U.S. military and the TCS is now receiving a software upgrade, according to a Military Aerospace… Read more »

Mike Taylor: Lockheed, AgustaWestland Partner for UK Apache Sensor Maintenance Contract

Mike Taylor: Lockheed, AgustaWestland Partner for UK Apache Sensor Maintenance Contract

Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $60 million subcontract to perform sustainment and technical support work on electro-optical detector systems for the U.K. military’s fleet of Apache helicopters. The company… Read more »

Doug Barrie: Worldwide Drone Demand to Steadily Increase

Doug Barrie: Worldwide Drone Demand to Steadily Increase

The International Institute for Strategic Studies says reducing acquisition costs will increase demand for unmanned aircraft for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance applications, Agence France-Presse reported Tuesday. IISS published its “Military… Read more »

IBM to Design Self-Destructing Microchips For DARPA

IBM to Design Self-Destructing Microchips For DARPA

IBM will develop microchip technology that is designed to use a self-destruct mechanism under a $3.5 million contract awarded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The company will explore methods for remotely… Read more »

Ray Johnson: Lockheed Looks to Mide for Sensor Tech Commercialization

Ray Johnson: Lockheed Looks to Mide for Sensor Tech Commercialization

Lockheed Martin has selected a sensor technology offering built by startup company Mide for installation on the U.S. Navy‘s Aegis weapon system. The novel piezoelectric sensor technology is designed to measure… Read more »

Lockheed to Build Air Force Weapon, Sensor Data Visualization Software

Lockheed to Build Air Force Weapon, Sensor Data Visualization Software

Lockheed Martin will develop software for the U.S. Air Force to plan air and missile defense missions with the goal of linking weapon and sensor data with map-based planning and… Read more »

Kevin Moore: General Dynamics Subsidiary Builds Video Intell System for Australian Military

Kevin Moore: General Dynamics Subsidiary Builds Video Intell System for Australian Military

General Dynamics‘ Mediaware subsidiary has supplied a set of portable video exploitation technology to the Australian military for analyzing and reporting of tactical image data. The D-VEX platform is built… Read more »

Steve Capps: Air Force to Buy Boeing Radios for Secure SATCOM, Voice Connections

Steve Capps: Air Force to Buy Boeing Radios for Secure SATCOM, Voice Connections

Boeing has received a $24 million order from the U.S. Air Force for handheld radios that are intended for search-and-rescue operations. The Combat Survivor Evader Locator radio system is built… Read more »

NYPD to Use Bell Helicopters for Law Enforcement Missions; Danny Maldonado Comments

NYPD to Use Bell Helicopters for Law Enforcement Missions; Danny Maldonado Comments

Textron subsidiary Bell Helicopter has won a contract to supply the New York Police Department four twin-engine aircraft for use in law enforcement activities over the city. Bell expects to… Read more »

Satcom Direct to Offer Aerospace Clients Inmarsat Broadband Net Access; David Greenhill Comments

Satcom Direct to Offer Aerospace Clients Inmarsat Broadband Net Access; David Greenhill Comments

Satcom Direct will distribute Inmarsat‘s mobile Broadband Global Area Network service to aerospace clients, continuing a partnership between the two companies that launched in 2007. Inmarsat intends to help Satcom Direct’s… Read more »

MBDA Tests Brimstone Missile Integrated with General Atomic’s Reaper; Doug Denneny Comments

MBDA Tests Brimstone Missile Integrated with General Atomic’s Reaper; Doug Denneny Comments

MBDA and the U.K.’s Ministry of Defence has conducted firing trials of Brimstone missiles integrated with a General Atomic‘s reaper drone, according to a FlightGlobal article. Craig Hoyle writes that… Read more »

Exelis Updates GPS Satellite Control Software; Drew Trainor Comments

Exelis Updates GPS Satellite Control Software; Drew Trainor Comments

Exelis has completed upgrade work on an encryption software for the ground operational control system of the GPS satellite constellation. The OCX MUG software is built to help controllers on… Read more »

Johns Hopkins APL, NASA Launch Small Satellites into Space; Ann Darrin Comments

Johns Hopkins APL, NASA Launch Small Satellites into Space; Ann Darrin Comments

The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory and NASA launched two small satellites called cubesats into space in November, The Baltimore Sun reported Jan. 10. Scott Dance writes the devices are intended… Read more »

Romy Olaisen: Harris to Start NOAA Satellite Part Deliveries This Year

Romy Olaisen: Harris to Start NOAA Satellite Part Deliveries This Year

Harris Corp. has started to deliver hardware and software systems for installation in a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration satellite network after the equipment passed a pre-shipment review. Those systems will be… Read more »

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