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Harris, L3 All-Stock Merger Completed to Form L3Harris Technologies; Christopher Kubasik, William Brown Quoted

The all-stock merger between L3 Technologies and Harris Corp. has been completed to form L3Harris Technologies (LHX), the new company announced on Monday. L3Harris is officially the sixth largest defense company in the United States worth approximately $17 billion in revenue with over 50,000 employees. The company also announced the details regarding its own leadership, the board of directors and organizational structure. 

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NASA Extends Teledyne’s ISS Ground Operations Center Support Contract

A Teledyne Technologies subsidiary has received a contract extension to provide ground operations support for the International Space Station through NASA‘s Marshall Space Flight Center and Johnson Space Center. The company said Tuesday Teledyne Brown Engineering will continue to help the agency prepare missions, train crew and flight controllers crew and manage spaceflight operations …

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Teledyne Subsidiary Gets Army Missile Defense Modeling, Simulation Order

A Teledyne Technologies subsidiary has received a potential $45.7 million task order to provide system modeling and simulation tools for the U.S. Army‘s missile defense program. Teledyne Brown Engineering will provide its Extended Air Defense Simulation  platform to the service branch under the task order from the Army Space and Missile Defense Command, the …

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Teledyne’s Earth Imaging Platform Installed on Space Station

An Earth observation platform developed by a Teledyne Technologies subsidiary has been installed on the International Space Station to host imaging, technology demonstration and space qualification payloads. The Multi-User System for Earth Sensing platform from Teledyne Brown Engineering launched with SpaceX‘s Falcon 9 rocket in early June and has completed an initial operational assessment at the space station, Teledyne said Tuesday. …

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Teledyne Subsidiary to Update Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicles for DoD

Teledyne Technologies‘ SeaBotix subsidiary has secured a multimillion contract to update underwater remotely operated vehicles for the Defense Department. The company said Tuesday the contract covers the delivery of 60 new vLBV300 ROV systems to explosive ordnance disposal mobile units worldwide. SeaBotix received the operational capability upgrade contract through DoD’s Atlantic Diving Supply distributor. The vLBV300 …

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Teledyne Subsidiary to Supply Air Force With Aircrew Laser Eye Protection Tech

A subsidiary of Teledyne Technologies has received a $30.1 million contract to deliver  company-made Aircrew Laser Eye Protection spectacles to the U.S. Air Force. Teledyne Scientific & Imaging will provide ALEP spectacles for the service branch’s aircrew members to protect their eyes from hazard and threat laser devices as well as  visual acuity degradation when they …

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Teledyne Defense to Supply Communications Repeater Equipment to OneWeb’s Global Satellite Constellation Initiative

OneWeb Satellites has awarded Teledyne Technologies’ defense business unit with a major supply contract to supply communications repeater equipment under the former’s Global Satellite Constellation initiative. Teledyne said Friday that OneWeb Satellites’ initiative seeks to deploy 900 small satellites worldwide using Teledyne’s communications repeater equipment as part of its satellite payload that works to provide broadband internet access globally. Robert …

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Mike Read Appointed Teledyne Marine President; Robert Mehrabian Comments

Mike Read, formerly president of Teledyne Technologies‘ oil and gas business, has received appointment as president of the company’s marine business effective Monday. The company said Sept. 3 Read will manage the $665 million marine business, which provides undersea technologies to the marine transportation, water resources, oceanographic research and related markets. “I …

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