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Iridium Communications announced on Wednesday that Manjula Sriram has been appointed as the company’s new vice president and chief information officer. “We’re thrilled to have Manjula join us with a depth of knowledge and experience that makes her the ideal fit to strategize and direct all aspects of Iridium’s information technology infrastructure moving forward,” said Tom Fitzpatrick, […] More
United Launch Alliance has expanded its supplier network for machined and fabricated parts of its Atlas V rocket with the addition of Maynard, a Wichita, Kansas-based component manufacturer. The launch services provider said Friday Maynard’s workforce will augment its launch and schedule capability needed to support customer requirements. Tory Bruno, president and CEO of ULA […] More
Science Applications International Corp. will continue to provide modeling development support for U.S. Air Force weapons systems as part of a $99 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. SAIC said Thursday it will help the Air Force Research Laboratory develop and execute a research strategy for conducting basic, applied and advanced technology demonstration in support of Air Force Vision […] More
Noblis has received a patent for a technology that works to develop highly scalable simulations of scenarios and infrastructures for data analysis and intelligence gathering support. The patented platform serves as the foundation of Noblis’ Metropolis of Things simulation engine that provides multi-layered models of city infrastructures to help developers gather actionable insights for decision […] More
Doron Precision Systems has completed the delivery of seven new Joint Light Tactical Vehicle driving simulators to U.S. Army installations in California and Wisconsin. The commercial-off-the-shelf 550 JLTVplus simulators are developed to provide Army Reserve units with a way to practice using JLTV instrumentation and controls in various virtual terrains, the Binghamton, New York-headquartered company […] More
United Launch Alliance‘s Atlas V rocket has launched a NASA spacecraft designed for a 12-year mission to help researchers study the Trojan asteroids that share the orbit of Jupiter around the sun. The Lucy spacecraft embarked on an interplanetary trajectory from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station on Oct. 16, ULA said Saturday. Lucy will fly […] More
United Launch Alliance and NASA have concluded the flight readiness review of a spacecraft designed to primarily explore eight different asteroids over a potential 12-year mission. The Lucy space probe is scheduled to launch on Saturday at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station aboard ULA’s Atlas V 401 rocket, according to a NASA blog post. The […] More
General Atomics‘ aeronautical systems business is applying a modular open-systems approach to an unmanned aircraft system for multi-domain operations in support of the U.S. Army. The company said Thursday its Gray Eagle Extended Range UAS will undergo a system-wide MOSA implementation that will also cover command and control software. The MOSA implementation on GE-ER Increment […] More
United Launch Alliance will lift off a new satellite for an existing program that helps NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey observe changes on planet Earth’s land. The company said Saturday its Atlas V 401 rocket will launch on Monday from Vandenberg Space Force Base with the Landsat 9 satellite and CubeSats deployed from the […] More
Advanced Space, in collaboration with NASA, completed a series of simulations for a technology demonstration mission aimed at testing the dynamics of a unique lunar orbit that have not been tested in spaceflight yet. The Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment team worked on the virtually simulated flights of a microwave-oven sized […] More
The Georgia Tech Research Institute has awarded Leonardo DRS a contract to manufacture surface-to-air missile threat simulator technology for training use by the U.S. Air Force and its international military partners. Leonardo said Monday it will provide the Unmanned Threat Emitter Threat Kit 12 Remote Emitter system to the service branch’s training ranges. The UMTE […] More
Spirent Communications‘ federal business arm has introduced a new test system designed for the simulation of alternative radio frequency navigation signals in static or dynamic setting. Spirent Federal Systems said Tuesday the development of its alternative RF navigation simulator came after recent government recommendations highlighting use of non-global navigation satellite system RF signals to achieve […] More
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