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AST SpaceMobile has agreed to sell its majority share in NanoAvionics, a Lithuania-based small satellite mission integrator and bus manufacturer, to Kongsberg‘s defense and aerospace business for approximately $68 million. The deal is anticipated to be completed in the third quarter, subject to customary closing conditions, and to bring about $28 million in net cash proceeds to AST […] More
The U.S. Air Force is seeking input about the U.S. capability and capacity to produce advanced avionics position, navigation and guidance technologies that could be used on hypersonic systems. According to the Defense Production Act Title III Program request for information posted on SAM.gov, the Air Force Research Laboratory looks to determine the domestic availability […] More
L3Harris Technologies has been selected to develop the avionics system for rocket boosters Northrop Grumman will manufacture to help NASA send astronauts to the lunar surface. L3Harris said Thursday it will provide avionics to IV-VIII missions under the Artemis program and its technology will be designed to also support the IX booster. Northrop received a […] More
Brian Wylie, a 12-year leadership team member at Avion Solutions, has been promoted to the roles of vice president and chief growth officer at the Hunstville, Alabama-based military engineering contractor. The former serviceman with the U.S. Navy is now responsible for identifying ways for strategic capability management, opportunities for investments and initiatives for business development, […] More
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
NanoAvionics has secured a contract to build a nanosatellite for the Los Alamos National Laboratory’s project to measure cosmic diffuse gamma-rays in low-Earth orbit. The company said Wednesday it will host LANL’s Mini Astrophysical MeV Background Observatory payload on a 12U LEO satellite bus and provide the Department of Energy-funded laboratory with mission control software […] More
Peraton, a Veritas Capital portfolio company, has acquired ViON’s cloud business, including its as-a-service portfolio, to expand information technology infrastructure offerings to government clients. The company said Wednesday ViON’s as-a-service IT portfolio includes more than 25 offerings such as artificial intelligence, storage, compute, networking and high-performance computing solutions for federal and state government customers. “With […] More
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
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