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Lockheed, AEC to Open Aircraft Target Systems Repair Lab in Saudi Arabia; John Rogers Comments

Lockheed, AEC to Open Aircraft Target Systems Repair Lab in Saudi Arabia; John Rogers Comments

Lockheed Martin is collaborating with Advanced Electronics Co. to establish a facility in Saudi Arabia that would offer aircraft targeting pod repair services to that nation’s air force. The companies… Read more »

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Surrey Subsidiary to Research Landsat Sensor Alternatives; Doug Gerull Comments

Surrey Subsidiary to Research Landsat Sensor Alternatives; Doug Gerull Comments

Surrey Satellite Technology US will conduct a study on sustainable land imaging reduced instrument envelope as an alternative to the current Landsat imaging sensors under a new contract from NASA‘s Goddard Space… Read more »

Robert Brumley: Laser Light Taps Ball Aerospace to Help Analyze Optical Satellite System’s Design

Robert Brumley: Laser Light Taps Ball Aerospace to Help Analyze Optical Satellite System’s Design

Ball Aerospace & Technologies has been awarded a prime contract to provide design analysis services for Laser Light Communications‘s all-optical satellite system that will support space-based laser communications. Under the first-phase contract,… Read more »

NASA’s Mark Geyer: Orion Spacecraft Set for Flight Test in December

NASA’s Mark Geyer: Orion Spacecraft Set for Flight Test in December

NASA‘s engineers have completed work on the crew module on the Lockheed Martin-built Orion spacecraft, a move the agency says marks the end of work on all major components of Orion. The… Read more »

Boeing Satellite to Carry HySpecIQ’s Imaging Payload into Space; Craig Cooning Comments

Boeing Satellite to Carry HySpecIQ’s Imaging Payload into Space; Craig Cooning Comments

Boeing Co. will build its first commercial batch of the company’s 502 Phoenix small satellites under a contract to carry HySpecIQ‘s hyperspectral payload into space. Two Phantom Phoenix-based satellites are scheduled for launch in… Read more »

Rear Adm. Tim Gallaudet: Navy, Esri Team to R&D Geospatial Tools for Naval Warfare

Rear Adm. Tim Gallaudet: Navy, Esri Team to R&D Geospatial Tools for Naval Warfare

Esri and the U.S. Navy‘s Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command have entered into a cooperative agreement to research and develop geospatial tools for analyzing battlespace environmental conditions at sea. The… Read more »

Northrop to Build Wideband Digital Antenna for DARPA; William Phillips Comments

Northrop to Build Wideband Digital Antenna for DARPA; William Phillips Comments

Northrop Grumman Corp. has been awarded an $11.9 million contract to build and demonstrate a wideband digital antenna technology for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency‘s radio frequency sensors. The company will work with Semtech and… Read more »

Study: Demand for Military Electro-Optical IR Tech to Increase Over Next Decade

Study: Demand for Military Electro-Optical IR Tech to Increase Over Next Decade

An ASDReports.com report estimates the market value for military electro-optical and infrared systems stands at about $8.38 billion and would continue to grow for the next 10 years. The business… Read more »

Battelle to Test Quantum Data Transfer on Ohio Fiber Optic Network

Battelle to Test Quantum Data Transfer on Ohio Fiber Optic Network

Battelle has secured a five-year deal with the city of Dublin in Ohio to utilize its fiber optic network in testing the data transfer functions of ID Quantique‘s Quantum Key Distribution hardware. Battelle said Wednesday its… Read more »

CellAntenna Offers Cellular Signal Awareness Tech; Howard Melamed Comments

CellAntenna Offers Cellular Signal Awareness Tech; Howard Melamed Comments

CellAntenna, a systems integrator for L-3 Communications‘ Linkabit division, has unveiled a new cell phone threat control system that is designed to monitor and control cellular signals in stealth mode for law enforcement tactical… Read more »

Raytheon, Navy Use Space Sensor System to Cue SM-3 Launch; Bill Hart Comments

Raytheon, Navy Use Space Sensor System to Cue SM-3 Launch; Bill Hart Comments

Raytheon and the U.S. Navy has completed a capabilities test of the company’s Standard Missile-3 Block IA to evaluate the weapon’s work with a satellite sensor system to pinpoint and destroy a medium-range ballistic… Read more »

Claudio Pereida: General Atomics-Made UAV Radar Demonstrated at Naval Exercise

Claudio Pereida: General Atomics-Made UAV Radar Demonstrated at Naval Exercise

The U.S. Navy deployed a General Atomics Aeronautical Systems-built drone radar technology at a recent maritime exercise to demonstrate the system’s target detection features. GA-ASI said Thursday its Lynx synthetic… Read more »

Lockheed-Warsaw University Team Develops Autonomous UAV Control Software

Lockheed-Warsaw University Team Develops Autonomous UAV Control Software

A group of students and researchers at a Polish university has built an autonomous control system for unmanned aerial vehicles through a Lockheed Martin-backed project. Lockheed said Friday that Warsaw… Read more »

QinetiQ Sought to Help Build U.K. Small Boat Threat Response; Sarah Kenny, Philip Smith Comment

QinetiQ Sought to Help Build U.K. Small Boat Threat Response; Sarah Kenny, Philip Smith Comment

Sarah Kenny, managing director for QinetiQ’s maritime arm, said the company has won a contract to provide British scientists with fresh insight into defense strategies against small boat threats. The… Read more »

Northrop’s Infrared Countermeasures System Completes Flight Test; Jeffrey Palombo Comments

Northrop’s Infrared Countermeasures System Completes Flight Test; Jeffrey Palombo Comments

Northrop Grumman has completed a six-week capabilities test of its Common Infrared Countermeasures system for the U.S. Army‘s UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters, wherein the system operated under aircraft flight and staged combat environments…. Read more »

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