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Shield AI Chosen for Pentagon’s Autonomous Tactical Airborne Prototyping Project

Shield AI Chosen for Pentagon's Autonomous Tactical Airborne Prototyping Project - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Shield AI has received a nine-month, $1 million “other transaction” agreement from the U.S. Army to develop an autonomous tactical airborne drone prototype. The Army’s Contracting Command-New Jersey awarded the OTA on behalf of  the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental and the Naval Special Warfare Command, according to a notice posted Thursday on FedBizOpps. San Diego, …

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DroneShield, Trakka Test Integrated Counter-Drone System at Eglin Air Force Base

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DroneShield and Trakka Systems jointly demonstrated at Eglin Air Force Base a new technology designed to detect and counter unmanned aircraft system threats. The vehicle-mounted Trakka Interceptor Package Solution or TIPS-C uses DroneShield's DroneSentry-C2 software to detect and track drones by providing a common operating picture within the local airspace, DroneShield said Monday.

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Fpweb.net Obtains FedRAMP, ITAR, EU-US Privacy Shield Certifications for Cloud, Data Security

Fpweb.net Obtains FedRAMP, ITAR, EU-US Privacy Shield Certifications for Cloud, Data Security - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Fenton, Missouri-based managed cloud and security service provider Fpweb.net has received three international certifications that seek to recognize the company's compliance with requirements for cloud platforms, personal information and technical data. The company said Monday it secured the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program certification for its cloud computing platforms …

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HawkEye 360 Raises $55M to Expand RF Sensing Satellite Constellation; John Serafini Quoted

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HawkEye 360 has generated $55 million from a Series C fundraising round, led by venture capital firm Night Dragon, to seed radio frequency sensing satellite development and deployment. The new capital, which brings HawkEye 360's total funds raised to more than $155 million, will be used to build nine additional satellites in three clusters for RF data collection and analytics work, the company said Monday.

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