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York Space Systems has cleared a critical design review for a satellite that the aerospace company currently develops for the U.S. Army. Representatives from the Army’s Space and Missile Defense Command and the U.S. Air Force conducted the review of the Harbinger mission at York’s spacecraft design and production facility in Denver, Colo., the company said Wednesday. […] More
Palantir USG has secured a $48.5 million contract modification to continue providing the U.S. Space Force with software licenses and cloud hosting for data-as-a-service platform offered by the company. The award also covers associated support and training services for each DaaS platform, the Department of Defense said Monday. Work under the modification will take place […] More
A radiation-hardened system on chip designed by BAE Systems and manufactured by GlobalFoundries is slated to enter fabrication and is intended to serve as the core of single board computers for space agencies and spacecraft manufacturers. The RAD510 SoC currently being integrated into SBCs will seek to provide twice the performance capacity of the standard […] More
TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 9, 2021 — CAES has named Mike Elias, who worked at Honeywell International for over three decades, as senior vice president and general manager of space systems division, responsible for overseeing the company’s portfolio of space products and its division operations in Colorado, New York and Sweden, GovCon Wire reported July […] More
Collins Aerospace‘s simulation and training solutions unit has received a $64.88 million firm-fixed-price contract from the U.S. Navy’s Naval Air Warfare Center to provide training equipment for piloting and maintaining an airborne early warning aircraft. The contractor will deliver one E-2D Hawkeye Integrated Training Systems IV weapons systems trainer, technical refreshes and updates to readiness […] More

Systems and Technology Research has won an $8.3M contract to help the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency study, develop and trial a testing environment in support of a program that aims to ensure effectiveness of airspace operations in future battlespace. The sought environment will serve as a testbed for airspace management systems, airspace planning algorithms and a network of aircraft-tracking sensors under DARPA's Air Space Total Awareness for Rapid Tactical Execution program, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

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