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AI SpaceFactory and NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida have released their design for their proposed 3D-printed lunar outpost called LINA. The company said Thursday design work on LINA is being carried out under NASA’s 2020 Announcement of Collaboration Opportunity project called Relevant Environment Additive Construction Technology. AI SpaceFactory is the previous winner of NASA’s […] More
PAR Technology‘s federal business arm will provide the Air Force Research Laboratory with counter-small unmanned aircraft system software and hardware under a potential eight-year, $490.4 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with the AFRL Information Directorate. The company said Wednesday its PAR Government Systems subsidiary will design, prototype, test, integrate and support C-sUAS technologies as part of the […] More
A lightweight system was introduced by Charles River Analytics, with funding support from the U.S. Navy, to allow kayaks to autonomously collect parameter data in coastal environments. The company said Tuesday its Modular Oceanographic Autonomous Navigating Assessor, developed under a $500,000 Navy contract, works to measure bathymetry, water column constituents, benthic properties, hyperspectral radiometry and […] More
The U.S. Geological Survey has awarded Dewberry a potential five-year, $850 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to procure a wide range of products and services in support of the agency’s geospatial activities. The company said Friday it will perform airborne lidar, interferometric synthetic aperture radar, geophysical surveys, elevation-derived hydrography and other support services required by USGS’ National […] More
The U.S. Air Force has awarded Assured Information Security a potential $95 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for the third phase of its development of an enterprise-scale system that uses antifragile concepts to execute the enterprise software. Under the Antifragility Workstation for Resiliency effort, the Rome, New York-based company will expand the antifragility techniques built in the […] More

Xerox's PARC subsidiary will build additional solar-powered drifters under the second phase of a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency effort to collect ocean data using a floating distributed network. PARC produced 1,500 floating devices during the initial phase of DARPA's Ocean of Things program and aims to provide up to 10K compact units for the next round, Xerox said Thursday.


Google Cloud has entered into a five-year agreement with the Department of Energy (DOE) to provide access to a variety of Google Cloud technologies to help the department scale research efforts and drive innovation across DOE national labs and field sites, the company announced Thursday. "Our work with Google Cloud is helping us reduce the friction and pivot to innovation," said  Rocky Campione.

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