Dominique Stump

Richardson Electronics, Global Power Technologies Group to Promote Silicon Carbide Semiconductor Tech

Richardson Electronics and Global Power Technologies Group have signed a franchise agreement in an effort to utilize silicon carbide semiconductor technology to address the market demand for power electronics and green energy. The agreement aligns with GPTG’s goal to identify SiC technology opportunities in the commercial power market, Richardson Electronics said …

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LMO to Provide Air National Guard Recruitment, Retention Support Under Army Contract

The U.S. Army has awarded advertising agency Laughlin, Marinaccio & Owens a firm-fixed-price contract worth $12.6 million to provide the Air National Guard with recruitment and retention services. LMO will perform work in Arlington, Virginia, through Jan. 19, 2017, the Defense Department said Friday. The the full obligated amount is from the Army’s fiscal 2016 operations and maintenance funds. DoD …

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US Coast Guard, Canada’s Great Lakes Pilotage Authority to Use Saab’s KleinPilot System

The U.S. Coast Guard‘s Great Lakes pilotage division and Canada’s Great Lakes Pilotage Authority have awarded Saab separate contracts for its KleinPilot pilot management system. KleinPilot will replace the current Saab-developed pilot management system and support the two organizations plus three Great Lakes pilotage associations in the U.S., Saab said Thursday. The company added that the new …

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GSA Grants VATC Spots on IT Schedule 70, Law Enforcement Schedule 84 Contract Vehicles

The U.S. General Services Administration has awarded Tampa, Florida-based Visual Awareness Technologies and Consulting positions on the IT Schedule 70 and Law Enforcement and Security Training Schedule 84 governmentwide contract vehicles for information technology procurements. Sara Moola, president and co-founder of VATC, said Thursday that federal agencies will have access to VATC’s operations training …

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Esri, Harris Form Federal GEOINT Data Production Partnership

Esri has partnered with Harris Corp. to develop new methods for the production of geospatial intelligence data within a web-based geographic information system in an effort to help federal agencies update their processes and outcomes. The companies seek to help agencies build new applications and tools through digital transformation initiatives and location-based technology, Esri said …

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Harris to Incorporate Icaros Image Processing Software to Geospatial Analysis Tool

A division of Harris Corp. will offer its geospatial analytics technology ENVI with the Icaros OneButton image processing software to support both manned and unmanned aerial sensor data extraction. Icaros said Wednesday it developed OneButton to provide geospatial end users with 2D maps and 3D models using frame-based imaging systems. Beau Legeer, data products business lead at …

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Ultra Electronics to Install Eectronic Intelligence Systems for NATO Country’s UAV

Ultra Electronics‘ Ultra TCS business has received an $18 million contract from an unnamed NATO member country for a variant of the unit’s ALR-510 ELectronic INTelligence system and perform additional support services. The customer will use the ELINT system on unmanned aerial vehicles and control the UAV through Ultra TCS’ TALON software from a ground support center, Ultra …

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USAID Deploys Agiloft’s FedRAMP-Compliant Business Process Software Platform

The U.S. Agency for International Development has deployed Agiloft‘s Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program-compliant business process software platform to support the agency’s workflow. The Agiloft platform utilizes code-free technology and custom configuration settings to facilitate business process agility and provide a system that is adaptable to federal standards like FedRAMP, Agiloft said Tuesday. Agiloft …

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Comtech Receives 1-Year DoD Managed Network Services Extension

Comtech Telecommunications has received a $2 million order from the Defense Department to continue network services through May 2017. Stanton Sloane, Comtech president and CEO, said Tuesday that the company will support DoD’s mission critical operations through its managed network services. Comtech is a communications products, systems and services provider that works with both …

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Meggitt Training Systems Receives Second Delivery Order for Engagement Skills Trainer II System

The U.S. Army‘s program executive Office for simulation and training has awarded Meggitt Training Systems a new $15 million second delivery order for the local and international installation of the company’s Engagement Skill Trainer II system. The company’s open architecture system is designed to integrate with third-party and Meggitt’s own module that works through a tablet-based …

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BAE Systems to Develop Undersea Navigation, Positioning System for Navy

BAE Systems has been chosen by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop an undersea navigation technology for the U.S. Navy under the Positioning System for Deep Ocean Navigation program. The goal of the program is to enable undersea vehicles to navigate underwater without having to periodically go above surface to access the space-based global …

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Leidos to Showcase Technologies at the GEOINT 2016 Symposium

Leidos will feature its automated geospatial intelligence technologies at the GEOINT 2016 Symposium this week at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Florida. The company will demonstrate a number of technologies designed to support GEOINT analysis, real-time small satellite and open source data integration and risk predictions, Leidos said Friday. This …

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