Andy Green on HII’s Center of Excellence for Unmanned Underwater Vehicles

Andy Green on HII’s Center of Excellence for Unmanned Underwater Vehicles
Andy Green President HII Technical Solutions

Andy Green, president of Huntington Ingalls Industries’ technical solutions segment and a 2020 Wash100 awardee, said a new center of excellence will help increase HII’s manufacturing capacity to handle future programs focused on unmanned underwater vehicles, Inside Defense reported Tuesday.

HII held a groundbreaking ceremony on Sept. 22, in Hampton, Virginia, for its 157K-square-foot unmanned center of excellence.

Green told the publication in an interview that the facility will help "support virtually any program in unmanned going forward” and will "be designed from beginning to end to build and support the construction and integration of larger UUVs.”

He also discussed how the company’s work on the U.S. Navy’s Orca extra-large UUVs as part of Boeing’s team has driven HII to come up with a center of excellence for UUVs to improve affordability for future buys.

You may also be interested in...


Nimbix Unveils High-Performance Computing Offerings for Gov’t Customers

Nimbix has announced availability of its high-performance computing services to support cloud platforms compliant with the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, International Traffic in Arms Regulations and other government-imposed security standards. The company said Tuesday its JARVICE XE and HyperHub platforms offer HPC for artificial intelligence and simulation uses in defense, aerospace, energy and health care industries.

Tutor Perini

Tutor Perini Subsidiary Awarded $67M for Defense, Homeland Security Infrastructure Projects

A Tutor Perini subsidiary has booked $66.9 million in two awards for construction efforts with the departments of Defense and Homeland Security. Perini Management Services Inc. will renovate U.S. Air Force Academy's Cadet Field House in Colorado and design and build a dormitory at the Glynco campus for DHS.

Intelligent Artifacts

Intelligent Artifacts to Launch R&D on Sensor Fusion Tech for USAF

New York-based artificial intelligence company Intelligent Artifacts has secured a contract of an undisclosed sum through the first phase of the Small Business Innovation Research program to explore and develop a sensor fusion technology for the U.S. Air Force.