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General Dynamics Subsidiary to Build Space Fence’s Ground System for Lockheed; Chris Marzilli Comments

General Dynamics Subsidiary to Build Space Fence’s Ground System for Lockheed; Chris Marzilli Comments

A General Dynamics C4 Systems subsidiary will design and manufacture ground structures and provide systems integration services to Lockheed Martin, the prime contractor for the U.S. Air Force‘s Space Fence program. The company… Read more »

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Jeffrey Tarr: DigitalGlobe Satellite Launched to Collect High-Res Earth Imagery

Jeffrey Tarr: DigitalGlobe Satellite Launched to Collect High-Res Earth Imagery

A DigitalGlobe commercial Earth-observing satellite was sent into space Wednesday aboard an Atlas V rocket launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. WorldView-3 is built to capture images at a… Read more »

Northrop’s Astro Aerospace Delivers 13 Antennas for Canada’s RADARSAT Satellites; Dan Johansen Comments

Northrop’s Astro Aerospace Delivers 13 Antennas for Canada’s RADARSAT Satellites; Dan Johansen Comments

Northrop Grumman‘s Astro Aerospace business unit has completed delivery of 13 stored-energy monopole antennas to MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates  — the prime contractor on the Canadian Space Agency’s RADARSAT Constellation Mission. Astro Aerospace said… Read more »

MarketsandMarkets: 3D Sensor Market Value to Reach $3B Mark by 2020

MarketsandMarkets: 3D Sensor Market Value to Reach $3B Mark by 2020

A new MarketsandMarkets report forecasts the three-dimensional sensor market to be worth $3.4 billion by 2020 and achieve a compound annual growth rate of 23.43 percent over the next six years. The market research and… Read more »

John Rader: Boeing Gets FAA Approval for Tactical Surveillance Aircraft

John Rader: Boeing Gets FAA Approval for Tactical Surveillance Aircraft

Boeing has obtained a certification from the Federal Aviation Administration for the company’s reconnaissance and surveillance aircraft. The company is now allowed to deliver the Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System Risk… Read more »

Johns Hopkins APL Picks Northrop Solar Probe Navigator for NASA Program; Bob Mehltretter Comments

Johns Hopkins APL Picks Northrop Solar Probe Navigator for NASA Program; Bob Mehltretter Comments

The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has awarded Northrop Grumman a $3 million contract to supply the navigational system for NASA’s Solar Probe Plus satellite. Northrop will build the Scalable Space Inertial… Read more »

David Williams: Avanti Picks Orbital Sciences Satellite for EMEA Region Coverage

David Williams: Avanti Picks Orbital Sciences Satellite for EMEA Region Coverage

Orbital Sciences has received a contract to manufacture a HYLAS 4 satellite for Avanti Communications Group, which seeks to connect customers in existing and new markets to Ka-band broadband communications services. Orbital Sciences said Tuesday HYLAS… Read more »

TCS Becomes O3b Networks Satellite Service Partner; Michael Bristol Comments

TCS Becomes O3b Networks Satellite Service Partner; Michael Bristol Comments

TeleCommunication Systems Inc. has teamed up with O3b Networks to provide O3b’s satellite network services to TCS’ government and commercial clients through contract vehicles. “D” D’Ambrosio, O3b Networks executive vice… Read more »

Scott Whatmough: Raytheon to Complete FAB-T Qualification Tests by Year’s End

Scott Whatmough: Raytheon to Complete FAB-T Qualification Tests by Year’s End

Raytheon executive Scott Whatmough expects the company to complete qualification testing on the Family of Advanced Beyond Line of Sight Terminals for the U.S. Air Force by the end of this year, Defense News reported Friday…. Read more »

Exelis’ Craig Oswald: DigitalGlobe WorldView-3 Satellite to Have 16 Spectral Bands

Exelis’ Craig Oswald: DigitalGlobe WorldView-3 Satellite to Have 16 Spectral Bands

Craig Oswald, commercial imaging manager of geospatial systems at Exelis, has detailed his company’s work to develop a telescope, sensor and shortwave infrared system for DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-3 satellite . Oswald wrote in… Read more »

Jeremy Ward: Qinetiq Puts Signals Intelligence on Airborne Surveillance System

Jeremy Ward: Qinetiq Puts Signals Intelligence on Airborne Surveillance System

Qinetiq has unveiled a new line of surveillance systems for mounted onboard aircraft that Jeremy Ward, managing director for the company’s C4ISR business, says are designed to help security teams with coverage, HSToday… Read more »

Northrop Finishes Work to Manufacture NATO Ground Surveillance UAV’s Fuselage

Northrop Finishes Work to Manufacture NATO Ground Surveillance UAV’s Fuselage

Northrop Grumman has completed its work to manufacture the fuselage for NATO’s Alliance Ground Surveillance unmanned aerial vehicle and is sending the fuselage to a plant in Palmdale, California for the final stages of… Read more »

Ball Aerospace, DigitalGlobe, Exelis, Lockheed Prep WorldView-3 Satellite for Launch

Ball Aerospace, DigitalGlobe, Exelis, Lockheed Prep WorldView-3 Satellite for Launch

A commercial launch services team of Ball Aerospace & Technologies, DigitalGlobe, Exelis and Lockheed Martin has completed payload fairing assembly work on the WorldView-3 remote sensing satellite ahead of its scheduled launch next week. Ball… Read more »

Serco to Help SPAWAR Maintain Mine-Resistant Vehicles

Serco to Help SPAWAR Maintain Mine-Resistant Vehicles

The U.S. Navy has awarded Serco -Inc. a one-year, $9 million contract to provide integration and maintenance services for the military’s fleet of mine-resistant ambush protected vehicles. Serco will work with… Read more »

Iris Bombelyn: Lockheed Moves Forward on 4th MUOS Satellite

Iris Bombelyn: Lockheed Moves Forward on 4th MUOS Satellite

Lockheed Martin will perform the final testing phase on its fourth Mobile User Objective System satellite following the completion of the acoustic tests. That MUOS satellite will undergo thermal vacuum testing,… Read more »

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