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MCR Federal and Safran North America have formed a partnership to combine their program management offerings intended to help federal, civilian, defense and commercial clients carry out projects. Safran has licensed MCR’s Linked CREST Analysis and Assessment methodology, which aims to predict success indicators for complex programs, the companies said in a joint statement Monday. […] More
Curtiss-Wright will deliver processor modules to Manassas, Virginia-based company Progeny for use in the upgrade of a pair of U.S. Navy torpedo systems. Under a $70 million contract, Curtiss-Wright’s team will furnish the Navy’s MK54 and MK48 torpedo modernization project with Modular Open System Approach computers and digital processing modules, the defense and aerospace contractor said Wednesday. […] More
Dewberry will provide the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration with technical geospatial services in support of its Office for Coastal Management under a five-year, $49 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. The shared-ceiling CGSC award requires the professional services firm to help OCM meet coastal resource management needs of state, local, and regional communities, Dewberry said Thursday. The […] More
A Visiongain forecast, released by ReportLinker, says military sensor technology adoption will help drive the global sensor fusion market between 2019 and 2029. ReportLinker said Thursday the market will experience growth over the next decade as military organizations seek to obtain insights from sensor data. The report also provides an analysis of the following key industry […] More
Stan Deal, president and CEO of Boeing“™s global services business, has said he is working with the heads of the Chicago-based aerospace firm“™s defense and commercial segments to find new growth opportunities, AINonline reported Friday. Deal said he collaborates with CEO Dennis Muilenburg; Leanne Caret, president of Boeing“™s defense, space and security segment; Greg Smith, chief […] More
The European Space Agency has selected five companies to study the feasibility of using a commercial microlauncher to deploy small satellites into orbit. ArianeGroup, MT-Aerospace, ELV, Deimos and PLD Space will conduct research on their proposed concepts, ESA said Thursday. France-based ArianeGroup, a joint venture of Airbus and Safran, proposed to develop the three-stage Quick Access to Space vehicle […] More
A consortium of Airbus Group‘s helicopters business and French defense contractor Naval Group has received a contract from France’s defense procurement agency to help develop an unmanned helicopter demonstrator. Airbus said Thursday the team will conduct a study to determine potential technologies for the French military’s future Navy Airborne Drone System, called SDAM, as well as […] More
A Transparency Market Research report projects the global market for military biometric systems to experience a 7.4 percent compound annual growth rate over the next eight years due to growing national security challenges worldwide. The research firm said Tuesday it estimates that the military biometrics sector to grow from $5.6 billion in 2016 to $10.6 billion by 2025. A […] More
The U.K. government plans to invest nearly $73 million in seven research and development projects meant to support innovation in the British aerospace sector. The funds will be awarded through the Aerospace Technology Institute as part of the British government and industry’s commitment to invest as much as $5.3 billion in civil aerospace R&D initiatives by 2026, […] More
A Technavio report forecasts the compound annual growth rate for the global military submarine photonics mast and antenna market will reach nearly 6 percent by 2021 due to a demand for multifunctional antennas and submarine modernization efforts in the defense sector. The research company said Thursday the cost of modular optronics mast, use of short wave infrared technology and […] More
A team composed of Safran Electronics & Defense‘s Robonic subsidiary and Kratos Defense & Security Solutions have delivered two pneumatic launchers to the targets management office of the U.S. Army’s program executive office for simulation, training and instrumentation. Safran said Wednesday the military branch will use Kontio to deploy Firejet aerial targets from Kratos subsidiary Composite Engineering Inc. The Kontio system supports the […] More
A General Electric subsidiary has begun development work on a U.S. blueprint that seeks to industrialize ceramic matrix composites and has invested at least $200 million to build two CMC manufacturing facilities in Huntsville, Alabama. GE Aviation said Friday it expects the two factories in Alabama to generate up to 20 metric tons of CMC […] More
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