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Ray Johnson, a former senior vice president and chief technology officer of Lockheed Martin, has joined the board of directors at United Sciences. Johnson retired from Lockheed in February after nine years at that company, United Sciences said Monday. United Sciences develops three-dimensional hole scanning and imaging services. “Ray brings deep insight and experience into the technology and […] More
Ray O. Johnson, a former Lockheed Martin chief technology officer and senior vice president, has joined the international advisory board of New York-based nuclear reactor system developer Terrestrial Energy. The 30-year defense industry veteran said Wednesday that he aims to help bring Terrestrial Energy’s molten salt reactor technology to the marketplace. Johnson supervised more than […] More
Dr. Ray O. Johnson, formerly chief technology officer and senior vice president at Lockheed Martin, has joined Washington-based quantum computing analytics firm QxBranch as a member of the board of directors. “He brings deep insight into the underlying technology, the strategic needs of our customers and research partners, and relationships at the top level of […] More
Lasers could become one of the most sought-after technologies in defense as manufacturers work to improve their accuracy, power and versatility in ever-smaller form factors, the Washington Post reported Friday. Christian Davenport writes lasers could soon join the U.S. arsenal alongside see-through head-up displays and electricity-conducting military uniforms and exoskeleton suits. Ray Johnson, chief technology officer at […] More
Lockheed Martin is looking to expand its business to the energy sector and other civilian projects as U.S. defense spending continues to decline, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. Doug Cameron writes the company seeks to build a nuclear reactor, remote-controlled fish farms and a water desalination membrane. Ray Johnson, chief technology officer at Lockheed, told the journal […] More
Lockheed Martin will work with government, academic and business organizations in Canada’s province of Alberta to develop technologies in areas such as computing, water management and consumer electronics under an agreement between the company and the provincial government. The goal of the collaboration is to connect the expertise of Lockheed and Alberta’s technology workers to […] More
Lockheed Martin and the University of Maryland have signed a memorandum of understanding to build an integrated quantum computer in an effort to further develop drug discovery, communications and logistics technologies. The company and university will form a quantum engineering center in College Park to exhibit a quantum computing platform for users to operate, Lockheed said […] More
Lockheed Martin has selected a sensor technology offering built by startup company Mide for installation on the U.S. Navy‘s Aegis weapon system. The novel piezoelectric sensor technology is designed to measure variations in pressure, acceleration, strain and force through electrical conversion, Lockheed said Wednesday. “In the last ten years, we have been able to transition about […] More
Lockheed Martin has moved to extend its laser weapon technology for air, land and sea military applications by demonstrating a 30-kilowatt electric fiber laser. The company integrated fiber lasers into a beam of light that uses low power as part of an internally-funded research and development program, Lockheed said Tuesday. Ray Johnson, senior vice president and […] More
Lockheed Martin is developing a new type of quantum computer nearly two years after acquiring an early version of the computer from a Canada-based company, the New York Times reports. D-Wave Systems developed the computer’s processor from a set of superconducting wires that run at absolute zero degree temperatures, then receive mathematical equations, according to […] More
Lockheed Martin has obtained a patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to commercialize its filter technology, designed to remove salt from water. The company designed the Perforene material to remove sodium, chlorine and other salt molecules from seawater and other sources to produce drinkable water, Lockheed said Monday. “The Perforene filtration solution is […] More
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