Ramona Adams

Raytheon Uses AWS Government Cloud to Meet Security Requirements

Raytheon is using Amazon Web Services‘ government cloud platform to meet the security needs of the former’s national defense customers. AWS said Thursday Raytheon has worked to speed up tests of information technology systems through the AWS GovCloud (US) offering. GovCloud (US) is compliant with the Defense Department‘s cloud security information impact levels …

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BullFrog Licenses Johns Hopkins APL-Built Data Analysis Tool Via DHS Program

Artificial intelligence company BullFrog AI has licensed a data analysis tool developed by Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory through the Department of Homeland Security‘s Transition to Practice Program. The licensing agreement grants BullFrog exclusive rights to use the Socrates data analysis platform for biopharmaceutical applications, DHS said Thursday. Socrates is built to determine patterns and relationships in …

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Tiag Obtains CMMI Level 3 Rating, ISO 9001:2015 Certification

The Informatics Applications Group has obtained separate certifications for services and quality management systems from the CMMI Institute and the International Organization for Standardization. Tiag said Wednesday it received a Capability Maturity Model Integration Level 3 rating for services, validating that the company performs at a “defined” level based on its standards, …

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Cubic Report: Public Transit Agencies Should Lead Mobility-as-a-Service Tech Devt

Cubic has released a new white paper that says public transit should be at the forefront of discussions on Mobility-as a-Service technologies. Matt Cole, president of Cubic’s transportation systems arm, authored the report titled “MaaS: Putting Transit Front and Center of the Conversation,” which was unveiled at the American Public Transportation …

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DARPA to Hold Proposers Day on Nonsurgical Human-Machine Comms Program

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency will host a Proposers Day on April 3 in Arlington, Virginia to discuss a program that seeks to develop human-machine communications technologies that will not require surgery. DARPA said Friday the Next-Generation Nonsurgical Neurotechnology program, or N3, will explore noninvasive ways to connect able-bodied service members’ …

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Report: Raytheon, Rheinmetall Seek to Offer Germany Integrated Air Defense System

Raytheon and Rheinmetall have partnered to offer a suite of integrated air defense systems to Germany that could potentially rival Lockheed Martin‘s antimissile system offering for the German military, Defense News reported Friday. The partnership seeks to propose the Raytheon-built Patriot system in case Germany decides to explore other options for its Taktisches …

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