C4ISR

Accenture Awarded $25M C4I Engineering Support Contract from the Navy; Vince Vlasho Comments

Accenture Federal Services has been awarded a $25 million contract by the U.S. Navy department as part of an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract for command, control, communications, computers and intelligence systems engineering support, according to Accenture. Accenture is expected to provide program management and engineering services to support to the …

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Rockwell Collins to Develop Technology for GPS Spoofer Tracking; John Borghese Comments

Rockwell Collins has won a three-year contract from the Office of Naval Research to develop technology for the Modernized Integrated Spoofer Tracking program, according to a company statement. “This program will help assure that essential high-accuracy navigation and timekeeping services are available to weapons platforms and military users while enabling …

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Exelis Visual Info Subsidiary to Release Cloud-Based Image Software; Jaye Lampe Comments

ITT Exelis‘ subsidiary Exelis Visual Information Solutions will release a cloud computing-based implementation of its ENVI image analysis software, the company announced Wednesday. The ENVI Services Engine will provide deployed military and intelligence personnel information from satellite imagery and airborne services via mobile devices. Information on the device is for …

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Lockheed Testing GeoEye-2 Satellite Integration

Lockheed Martin is conducting a test on the GeoEye-2 imagery satellite to evaluate performance of the integrated satellite and establish a performance baseline prior to entering environmental testing. Spacecraft environmental testing will occur later this year to evaluate the overall satellite design, workmanship and survivability during launch and on-orbit operations, …

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GeoEye Adds New Govt Networks to NGA Web Hosting Service; Chris Incardona Comments

GeoEye has updated a web hosting service for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, connecting additional government networks to the service for acquiring unclassified Earth imagery through both classified and unclassified government networks. The company said the EnhancedView Web Hosting Service has provided customers online access to geospatial intelligence and base maps …

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Report: DHS Interested in Hand-Launched Drones

The Department of Homeland Security will test fly drones at Fort Sill, Oklahoma over the coming months to see how they can complement operations in emergency response, border security and law enforcement. According to Wired, these drones will be smaller than those typically used for military operations as DHS wants …

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