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Army Taps Charles River Analytics to Develop Medical Simulation System

Charles River Analytics has received a $1.5 million U.S. Army contract to develop a medical simulation and tutorial platform aimed at improving the service branch’s medical training and patient care. The company said Monday the effort to develop the Virtual Intelligent Tutor for the Andragogy of Military Medicine Integrated Skills is done in collaboration with Frank Ritter …

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Navy Receives Northrop-Built F-35 Electronic Warfare Simulation Platform

The U.S. Navy has accepted delivery of a Northrop Grumman-built multispectral test platform designed to prepare the service branch’s F-35 aircraft for complex missions in electromagnetic spectrum environments. Northrop said Tuesday it shipped the Combat Electromagnetic Environment Simulator, Signal Measurement System and the Synchronizer Controller System to the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division in Point Mogu, …

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CAE to Build Multinational Simulation Facility for Gulf Cooperation Council Member

A member state of the Gulf Cooperation Council has selected CAE to establish a simulation center for joint command and staff training efforts. CAE said Wednesday it will equip the Joint Multinational Simulation Center with the company’s GlobalSim technology. The center is intended to prepare commanders, officers and operators from different military services and staff colleges …

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Kratos Expands Military Training & Simulation Facility; Jose Diaz Comments

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has completed an expansion of its military training and simulation facility in Orlando, Fla., in a move to further help the Defense Department prepare troops for combat missions. The company said Wednesday the expanded facility offers military personnel with different warfighting training approaches such as simulated air, seal …

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AFRL Signs Simulation Software Licensing Agreement With Pratt & Whitney, United Technologies

The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory has licensed Pratt & Whitney and parent company United Technologies to use and implement a modeling and simulation software. The FEMORPH platform was built to work with a design application in simulating the performance of aircraft engine parts before production, Wright-Patterson AF Base said Wednesday The system was also …

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Lockheed, Rovsing Partner on Solar Array Simulator Test Project; Brad Holland Comments

Lockheed Martin and Rovsing have partnered to test the Denmark-based space engineering firm’s Solar Array Simulator as both companies aim to help address a demand for new test equipment in the satellite industry. The Danish Business Authority approved the project in accordance with the country’s Guidelines for Industrial Co-Operation, Lockheed said Thursday. Brad Holland, senior manager for …

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Huntington Ingalls to reactivate shipbuilding facilities on Pascagoula River east bank

Huntington Ingalls Industries has kicked off a project to reactivate its shipbuilding facilities on the Pascagoula River’s east bank as the company aims to prepare for future naval ship construction and modernization programs. HII said Thursday it will restore the original Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp. site that was damaged by Hurricane Katrina more than …

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NASA Taps Metis Flight Research Associates for $63M Aerospace Modeling, Simulation Contract

Metis Flight Research Associates has received a potential five-year, $62.8 million contract to support aerospace systems modeling and simulation efforts at NASA‘s Ames Research Center. The Aerospace Modeling and Simulation III contract’s 45-day phase-in period will begin on April 23, followed by one base year and four option years, NASA said Saturday. Work …

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Rick Aviation to Provide Propeller Aircraft for DON Airborne Threat Simulation Efforts

Rick Aviation has won a potential five-year, $27.5 million contract to provide contractor owned and operated propeller aircraft to support airborne threat simulation activities of Department of the Navy fleet customers. The Defense Department said Monday Rick Aviation will support DON’s Contracted Air Services program that aims to train shipboard and aircraft squadron weapon …

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ULA Launches Lockheed-Built GOES-S Weather Satellite for NOAA

A weather satellite that Lockheed Martin built for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration took off Thursday aboard a United Launch Alliance-built Atlas V rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. The Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-S system will be called GOES-17 once it reaches the geostationary orbit within two weeks and will undergo …

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Teledyne Subsidiary Gets Army Missile Defense Modeling, Simulation Order

A Teledyne Technologies subsidiary has received a potential $45.7 million task order to provide system modeling and simulation tools for the U.S. Army‘s missile defense program. Teledyne Brown Engineering will provide its Extended Air Defense Simulation  platform to the service branch under the task order from the Army Space and Missile Defense Command, the …

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Singularity University Gets Boeing Investment to Create Digital Education Opportunities

Boeing has invested in digital educational program provider Singularity University through a recent Series B funding round. The company said Thursday it plans to work with SU in efforts to customize educational programs for Boeing employees and add technical experts to the university’s faculty. Boeing’s HorizonX Ventures unit partnered with WestRiver …

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