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Firefly Aerospace has tapped Redwire to deliver core avionics and optical navigation system for the former’s Blue Ghost lander, which will send science and technology payloads to the moon in 2023 as part of a NASA initiative. Under the space agency’s Commercial Lunar Payload Services program, Firefly will deliver 10 science investigations and technology demonstrations […] More
Mercury Systems has rolled out new data recorder, storage and transfer systems designed to facilitate secure data exchange for both rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft conducting intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations. The new releases are the High Definition Video Recorder family, the Advanced Data Transfer Systems and the Data Storage Systems that all feature open architectures […] More
The UH-60V Black Hawk helicopter with Northrop Grumman’s open architecture-based integrated avionics suite has reached the First Unit Equipped designation, enabling the aircraft to enter into service with the Pennsylvania National Guard’s unit at Fort Indiantown Gap. The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation Missile Center has certified the aircraft to operate under visual […] More
Avion Solutions, a Huntsville, Alabama-based small business, has secured a $70 million task order from the U.S. Army for aviation turbine engineering and program management services. The company said Wednesday it will lead a team of five subcontractors to deliver business and operations, engineering, acquisition logistics and integrated product support for the Army Aviation Turbine […] More
Charles Stark Draper Laboratory will continue to help NASA develop and operate avionics software under a follow-on contract worth potentially $49 million over five years. The Cambridge, Massachusetts-based nonprofit research and development organization will support the aeroscience and flight mechanics division within the Johnson Space Center’s engineering directorate as part of the Advanced Guidance, Navigation […] More

AeroVironment has received a $20.9 million contract option to provide data link and avionics technology packages to update radio frequency elements of the U.S. Army's Raven unmanned aerial systems. AeroVironment said Thursday the contract action serves as the second option year of the potential $55 million flight control systems area of the Army's five-year Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems award.

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Kratos Defense and Security Solutions helped Space Vector and the U.S. Space Force launch a scientific experiment via a sounding rocket from the Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia on March 3. Kratos said Friday its team for the Sounding Rocket Program-4 effort lifted up the sounding launch vehicle, which carried a scientific experiment from the Air Force Research Laboratory.

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General Dynamics has introduced a cryptographic module the company designed to secure mission-critical communications in space and avionics systems. The KOV-28 Open Systems Architecture technology is designed to integrate with rugged military platforms such as Mode 5 friend or foe identification, data links, navigation and satellite communications equipment, General Dynamics said Wednesday.

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