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Airborne Systems of North America has won a potential five-year, $26.7 million contract to develop a parachute system and provide related reports to the U.S. Marine Corps. The Marine Corps received two proposals for the the Enhanced Multi-Mission Parachute System procurement contract and will obligate $2.3 million on the first delivery order, the Defense Department said Friday. Work will […] More
A new report has named the top manufacturers in the airborne systems surveillance radar industry based on their present and potential sales and revenue, RegistrarDaily reported Monday. The Airborne Systems Surveillance Radar market research provided information on the business, revenue segmentation and products of the companies, as well as their market growth forcast, Nehru Baral writes. Among the […] More
General Dynamics‘ information technology unit has landed a $47 million contract from the U.S. Navy to provide support for new and existing shipboard and airborne systems. General Dynamics Information Technology will provide other services such as customization, design, fabrication, modernization, logistics, installation, testing, evaluation and related services through March 2017, Defense Department reported Thursday. The […] More
Airborne Systems has developed a navigation software designed to help military parachutists reach their landing targets, Fedscoop reported Wednesday. Greg Otto writes the Airborne Systems-developed Pilot software is installed on Panasonic-built Toughpad ruggedized tablet attached to the parachute and works to measure distance, altitude and wind speed from the landing target. “[The tablets] cannot be […] More
Lockheed Martin and the Warsaw University of Technology in Poland have wrapped up their collaborative research of new methods to integrate manned and unmanned airborne technologies. The company said Friday it helped university researchers develop software during the Optimizing Unmanned System of Systems research project. The partnership sought to identify techniques to enable aircraft systems […] More
Cubic Corp.’s subsidiary Cubic Defense Applications has won a $14,972,799 firm-fixed-price contract to provide the U.S. Air Force with airborne, ground and transport subsystems, the Pentagon announced Tuesday. Cubic will provide around 70 airborne subsystems, parallel umbilical and ground subsystems. Systems will include: a transport ground subsystem with live monitor control display units a portable […] More
Mercury Systems has received a $3.2 million order to deliver ruggedized memory devices to a prime defense contractor for an effort to develop an advanced airborne military computing system. The company said Thursday the computing system will be equipped with the BuiltSECURE products that include high density secure memory hardware and military-grade solid-state drives. The product suite also consists of selective […] More
Mercury Systems has received a $3.9 million follow-on order from a defense company to produce solid-state drives for use in airborne mission management efforts. Andover, Massachusetts-based Mercury Systems said Thursday it booked the order during the second quarter of its 2018 fiscal year and scheduled to deliver military-grade SSDs to the customer over the next several quarters. The […] More
The U.S. Army has awarded Raytheon a potential five-year, $48 million contract to perform support work on the military branch’s cooperative aviation surveillance sensor and man-portable air defense systems. Raytheon will support AN/UPR-3 CASS and Avenger/Stinger MANPADS along with AN/TPX-57(V)2, AN/TPX-58(V)1, AN/TPX-59 and ADI KIV-77 subassemblies, the Defense Department said Tuesday. The Army Contracting Command will determine funds […] More
Rafael Advanced Defense Systems has awarded Elbit Systems two contracts worth nearly $35 million combined to produce airborne laser designators for two Asia-Pacific countries. Elbit said Tuesday it will perform contract work for three years and provide miniaturized laser systems that will work to provide aircrews a precise target designation and closure of the sensor to shooter cycle. Elad […] More
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