Dominique Stump

Airbus Segment Adds RMG Networks’ Visual Comms Service to VESTA 9-1-1 System

A business unit within Airbus‘ defense and space business has partnered with RMG Networks to integrate the latter’s visual contact center technology with Airbus DS Communications‘ VESTA 9-1-1 public safety call handling system. RMG Networks said Monday its visual contact center is designed to provide real-time data displays on key performance indicators and other critical details to support response efficiency …

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Favor TechConsulting Tasked to Provide IT Support for VA Benefits Delivery Programs

The Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded Favor TechConsulting a 30-month, $8.29 million task order to provide information technology and other services in support of the VA office of information and technology’s benefits delivery programs. FTC said Friday it will deliver IT program and project management, strategic planning and analysis, risk management, schedule management, …

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National Academy of Sciences to Conduct Aeronautics Research Under NASA Contract

The National Academy of Sciences has been awarded a potential five-year, $30.1 million contract by NASA to perform studies and assessments for the space agency’s aeronautics research mission directorate. NASA said Tuesday the nonprofit organization will assemble an independent group of scientists and engineers from both the public and private sectors to conduct research into various issues related to aeronautics and …

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MellingMedical Offers Kerecis Fish Skin Wound Treatment Product Via Federal Supply Schedule

MellingMedical will offer Kerecis‘ fish-skin-based wound treatment product to the Department of Veterans Affairs through the Federal Supply Schedule contract vehicle. The Kerecis Omega3 Wound product works to utilize patented fish-skin-based material for skin grafting and tissue repair operations among military veteran patients, Kerecis said Friday. The company noted that minimally processed fish skin retains natural elements such as Omega3 polyunsaturated fatty acids …

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Applied Research Associates to Help DHS Build Roadway Safety Tech for First Responders

The Department of Homeland Security has awarded Applied Research Associates a two-month, $648,880 contract to develop a technology that would help increase first responders’ safety awareness during roadway operations. ARA and DHS’ science and technology directorate will collaborate to produce a two-pronged approach to minimize the risk of vehicles hitting emergency personnel when they respond to road incidents, the department said Friday. The …

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Grand View Research: Military Radar Market Worth $14B in 8 Years

A Grand View Research report predicts the global military radar market will reach $13.78 billion in value by 2024 due to an increasing demand for border safety. The use of radar technology in weapon guidance, air traffic control and collision avoidance systems is also projected to drive market growth, Grand View Research said Thursday. The projected growth will also …

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Research and Markets: Border Security Applications to Dominate $25B Radar Security Market by 2022

Research and Markets predicts that the radar security market will continue growth to reach a value of $25.17 billion by 2022 at a compound annual growth rate of 5.9 percent as demand for the technology increases. Countries interested in radar security systems to protect their borders and critical infrastructure will help drive market growth, …

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Raytheon Partners With Air Force, Navy to Test-Fire 3 Sidewinder Missiles From F-35

Raytheon has worked with the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy to test-fire three short-range, air-to-air missiles launched from an F-35A aircraft that resulted in direct hits against airborne targets. Raytheon said Wednesday the tests were conducted to assess the AIM-9X Block I Sidewinder‘s end-to-end system, which includes loading, in-flight carriage and guidance, launch initiation, separation, impact/proximity …

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Academy Medical to Offer Rennova Health Services to Federal Government Market

Rennova Health has entered into an agreement with service-disabled veteran-owned small business Academy Medical to offer the former’s laboratory services to U.S. federal government clients such as the Department of Veterans Affairs. The agreement establishes Rennova’s Riviera Beach Laboratory as an exclusive federal government business channel partner to Academy Medical, Rennova said Thursday. …

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DOE, Indian S&T Ministry to Help Fund Smart Grid, Energy Storage Research Under US-India Partnership

A partnership between the U.S. and India that seeks to advance grid modernization will collaborate with the private sectors in the respective countries to provide a $30 million funding opportunity for a five-year smart grid and energy storage research project. The Energy Department and India’s ministry of science and technology will each …

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BlackBerry Crisis Comms Software Receives Army Authority to Operate, Certificate of Networthiness

The U.S. Army has awarded BlackBerry‘s AtHoc networked crisis communications software a certificate of networthiness and authority to operate through April 2019 to support uninterrupted use of the software by the service branch. BlackBerry said Wednesday the software works to relay information to soldiers and other personnel and coordinate rapid responses during emergencies …

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Evolva, Navy Partner to Develop Resveratrol Polymer Composite Materials

Evolva has partnered with the U.S. Navy to develop and test a new type of structural composite material based on a polymer resin matrix derived from the company’s resveratrol product. The company said Wednesday it will collaborate with the Naval Air Systems Command’s  research facility in China Lake, California, to advance development of the composite. Resvetratrol-based prototype …

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