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Joshua Shani: Lockheed, Yissum Partner on Quantum Computing, Materials Science Research

Joshua Shani: Lockheed, Yissum Partner on Quantum Computing, Materials Science Research

Lockheed Martin and Israel-based Yissum Research Development have agreed to conduct joint research into materials engineering and quantum information systems. The agreement gives Lockheed an option to exclusively license products… Read more »

Lockheed’s Steve Betza: Public-Private Partnerships Key to Manufacturing Innovation

Lockheed’s Steve Betza: Public-Private Partnerships Key to Manufacturing Innovation

Lockheed Martin‘s Steve Betza has pointed to collaboration between industry, government and academia in the field of manufacturing as a method he believes could accelerate the time-to-market of new technologies. Betza, director of advanced… Read more »

NASA: Gravity Anomalies on Moon May Indicate Ancient Volcanic Activity, Not Asteroid Impact

NASA: Gravity Anomalies on Moon May Indicate Ancient Volcanic Activity, Not Asteroid Impact

NASA has collected evidence that the topography of the Oceanus Procellarum region of the moon believed to be the result of an asteroid impact may have been caused instead by the formation of rift valleys. The agency said Wednesday… Read more »

Report: Air Force Could Award Long-Range Radar Contract Next Week

Report: Air Force Could Award Long-Range Radar Contract Next Week

The Air Force could unveil the winner of a contract to build the branch’s long-range radar system as soon as next week, Reuters reported Wednesday. Andrea Shalal writes Pentagon acquisition chief… Read more »

Bob Cabana: NASA Readies Delta 4 Rocket for Orion’s December Flight Test

Bob Cabana: NASA Readies Delta 4 Rocket for Orion’s December Flight Test

A United Launch Alliance rocket has moved to a launch pad in Florida ahead of its December mission to carry the Lockheed Martin-built Orion spacecraft for an initial test flight…. Read more »

Pentagon, Defense Industry Continues 3D Printing Adoption; Adm. James Winnefeld, Mark Johnson Comment

Pentagon, Defense Industry Continues 3D Printing Adoption; Adm. James Winnefeld, Mark Johnson Comment

The  defense industry continues to adopt the use of three-dimensional printing in order to build military equipment parts, Defense One reported Monday. Marcus Weisgerber writes Lockheed Martin builds tools for the F-35… Read more »

Exelis Receives Pentagon Certification for F-16 Electronic Warfare Tech

Exelis Receives Pentagon Certification for F-16 Electronic Warfare Tech

The U.S. Defense Department has approved Exelis-made electronic warfare pods for installation aboard Block 15 F-16A/B fighters operated by foreign military sale customers. Exelis said Thursday its Advanced Integrated Defensive… Read more »

Lockheed-Built Orion Spacecraft Enters Final Integration Phase; Michael Hawes Comments

Lockheed-Built Orion Spacecraft Enters Final Integration Phase; Michael Hawes Comments

Lockheed Martin and NASA have transferred the Orion spacecraft to the agency’s launch abort system facility at Kennedy Space Center. The company will integrate Orion with the launch abort system after Lockheed completes the ammonia, hydrazine and… Read more »

Report: Pentagon to Release Joint Tactical Vehicle Production RFP in November

Report: Pentagon to Release Joint Tactical Vehicle Production RFP in November

The U.S. Army and Marine Corps could issue a request for proposals for their Joint Light Tactical Vehicle program in mid-November and award low-rate initial production contracts by summer 2015,… Read more »

Marillyn Hewson Highlights Lockheed STEM, Collaboration Initiatives

Marillyn Hewson Highlights Lockheed STEM, Collaboration Initiatives

Marillyn Hewson, chairman, president and CEO of Lockheed Martin, has outlined the company’s planned strategy for technology initiatives as she encouraged collaboration and innovation among Lockheed’s engineering, scientific and technical workforce. The company said Wednesday Hewson… Read more »

Northrop Completes Design Review Series on AESA F-16 Radars; Jeff Leavitt Comments

Northrop Completes Design Review Series on AESA F-16 Radars; Jeff Leavitt Comments

Northrop Grumman has completed a series of engineering and manufacturing development design reviews on its active electronically scanned array radar that will replace legacy radar systems on Lockheed Martin‘s F-16 aircraft. Northrop… Read more »

Scott Greene: Lockheed’s Havoc Vehicle Goes Through 10-Day Off-Road Test

Scott Greene: Lockheed’s Havoc Vehicle Goes Through 10-Day Off-Road Test

Lockheed Martin has completed an off-road test for its Havoc 8×8 Armored Modular Vehicle at the Butte Mountain Trail of the Nevada Automotive Test Center to validate its design and functions. “Over… Read more »

MEADS Completes Fire Control Radar Performance Test; Siegfried Bucheler, Marco Riccetti Comment

MEADS Completes Fire Control Radar Performance Test; Siegfried Bucheler, Marco Riccetti Comment

MEADS International has demonstrated its multifunction fire control radar at Pratica di Mare Air Base near Rome and at the Freinhause, Germany-based MBDA air defense center. The Medium Extended Air Defense System program… Read more »

Christian Roth: Orlando Airport Taps Lockheed-Owned BEONTRA’s Route Analysis Tech

Christian Roth: Orlando Airport Taps Lockheed-Owned BEONTRA’s Route Analysis Tech

Lockheed Martin will implement a route analysis tool at Orlando International Airport in order to help the airport analyze route scenarios. The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority will use the BEONTRA-built B Route Development technology… Read more »

Research and Markets: Electro-Optics Market Valued at $14B in 2020

Research and Markets: Electro-Optics Market Valued at $14B in 2020

A new Research and Markets report forecasts that the value of the electro-optical market will grow from $11.76 billion in 2014 to $14.03 billion in 2020 at a compound annual growth rate… Read more »

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