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American Systems, a leading IT and engineering solutions company, announced the formation of a Digital Engineering Lab as part of the firm’s Independent Research and Development initiatives in support of advancing their avionics systems prototype development capabilities. The DE Lab, located in Lexington Park, Maryland, brings together the high-fidelity models (Digital Twins) of aircraft and […] More
BAE Systems has received a $60 million contract from the U.S Army for a new radiation-hardened microelectronics design library meant to expand the domestic technology supply chain of the aerospace and defense industry. The company said Wednesday its FAST Labs research and development organization will work with Intel‘s commercial foundry on the development of various […] More
Northrop Grumman is considering a scaled-down version of the Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program Block 3 system to fit small U.S. Navy ships with a focus on frigates, C4ISRNET reported Monday. Mike Meaney, vice president of land and maritime sensors at Northrop, said in an interview with the publication that ongoing research and development efforts […] More
The Office of Naval Research has awarded New York-based precision timing manufacturer Frequency Electronics a potential five-year, $20.26 million contract for a compact mercury ion atomic clock. ONL will use Frequency Electronic’s clock on the Next Generation Department of Defense Atomic Clock research and development program being conducted at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California, […] More
Peraton has received a sole-source contract worth $18 million from the U.S. Air Force to provide sustaining engineering support for test facilities and equipment of aircraft electronic warfare systems. The Herndon, Virginia-headquartered technology company will work on the Air Force’s B-1B Reprogrammable Electronic Warfare Systems and B-52 Bomber Electronic Attack Systems test equipment, the Department […] More
Sypris Electronics will support the U.S. military’s secure communications program under a follow-on award from a defense prime contractor. The Sypris Solutions subsidiary said Thursday it will produce and test embedded circuit card assemblies designed to execute cryptographic functions for the Army Key Management System. AKMS consists of a simple key load device, automated communications […] More
Mark Lewis, executive director at the National Defense Industrial Association’s Emerging Technologies Institute, said he believes air systems designed to fly at hypersonic speed are crucial for U.S. military applications as the country’s peer competitors are investing heavily in such technology, CNBC reported Wednesday. “We don’t want to just match them missile for missile, but […] More
OneWeb‘s 36 digital communications satellites have reached low-Earth orbit following their recent launch onboard an Arianespace rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The U.K. space communications company said Monday its ninth launch in 12 months brings its planned 648-satellite LEO constellation for high-speed and low-latency global connectivity to more than 60 percent complete. With […] More
Inmarsat has expanded its 14-geostationary satellite fleet with the launch of the first of seven dual-band communications spacecraft planned for liftoff through 2024. The Inmarsat-6 F1 satellite took off Wednesday aboard Mitsubishi Heavy Industries’ H-IIA launch rocket from the JAXA Tanegashima Space Center in Japan, to form the company’s next-generation satellite broadband network, the U.K.-based […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has collaborated with the Semiconductor Research Corp. and a consortium of defense and semiconductor companies to launch the second iteration of the Joint University Microelectronics Program. JUMP 2.0 will support research that addresses new and emerging challenges facing microelectronics and other information and communications technologies as outlined in the […] More
Stratolaunch has secured a contract to help the Missile Defense Agency assess the feasibility of reusing hypersonic testbeds for missile defense systems. The company said Tuesday it is on track to begin hypersonic flight testing of its Talon-A 1 test vehicle in 2022, which will follow the platform’s power-on testing scheduled to start before 2021 […] More
Lockheed Martin has awarded BAE Systems a $493 million contract to upgrade the electronic warfare system aboard the F-35 Lightning II fighter jet. BAE said Wednesday it will provide updated core hardware for the fighter aircraft’s AN/ASQ-239 EW system to improve warfighters’ situational awareness and countermeasure and electromagnetic attack capabilities. The modernized EW system will […] More
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