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A defense-focused subsidiary of Sarcos Robotics has partnered with BAE Systems under a contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory to develop sensors meant to facilitate collaboration between autonomous platforms. Sarcos Defense said Monday it will work with BAE’s FAST Labs team on the development and demonstration of the Collaborative Sensing platform, which is aimed […] More
BAE Systems‘ U.S. arm has introduced a virtual system of systems testbed in a move to help customers experiment with systems and data management processes prior to implementation in multidomain mission environments. The open architecture testing platform employs virtual modeling, traceability and direct mapping tools to identify limitations on system performance and areas of improvement […] More
BAE Systems has received a $93 million undefinitized contract action to sustain AN/ASQ-239 electronic warfare countermeasure system onboard Lockheed Martin-developed F-35 aircraft. BAE said Wednesday it will provide software maintenance, depot test equipment support, obsolescence monitoring and technical field and reach back services supporting the EW suite as part of the Lockheed award. Rob Dykema, […] More
BAE Systems‘ U.S. business arm has introduced a new version of the Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System with a 30 percent increase in effective range. The APKWS block upgrade guidance kit is developed to enable U.S. pilots to hit targets with guided rockets from a greater standoff distance and a steeper angle of attack for […] More
BAE Systems has secured a $117 million subcontract to manufacture updated seekers meant to enable target detection and engagement operations of a Lockheed Martin-made anti-ship missile. The subcontractor said Monday it will deliver its next generation seeker technology to Lockheed to reduce the Long Range Anti-Ship Missile‘s reliance on traditional navigation while pursuing maritime targets […] More
The U.S. Army has awarded BAE Systems a $62 million contract for next generation missile warning systems designed to support threat detection capabilities of aircrews in contested environments. BAE Systems’ delivery of the 2-Color Advanced Warning Systems is part of the Limited Interim Missile Warning System and covers the third of four production lots, the […] More
BAE Systems has tapped Spirent Communications’ federal arm to support its modernization of military Global Positioning System user equipment by providing a controlled reception pattern antenna test system. Spirent Federal Systems said Tuesday that its CRPA Test System will give BAE the necessary simulated signals for experimenting with M-code and other positioning, navigation and timing applications. […] More
BAE Systems‘ U.S. subsidiary will deliver Lot 16 electronic warfare systems and associated items for Lockheed Martin‘s F-35 Lightning II aircraft production. The company said Monday BAE Systems Inc. will provide full units, retrofit kits and spare parts of the AN/ASQ-239 EW system, which offers both electronic attack and defense features to support the fighter […] More
BAE Systems has received a three-year $34.1 million sole-source contract from the U.S. Air Force for maintenance activities in support of a system the service branch’s air operators uses to create optimized, fuel-efficient flight plans. BAE Systems will perform continued Level III software maintenance of the Air Force’s fielded Mobility Air Forces Automated Flight Planning […] More
BAE Systems announced on Tuesday that it has secured a potential $325.5 million Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) contract for advanced Military Code (M-Code) Global Positioning System (GPS) modules. The modules are meant to provide reliable and secure positioning, navigation and timing data with anti-jamming and anti-spoofing capabilities, and to assist warfighters operating in contested electronic […] More

BAE Systems has received a $76 million contract modification from the U.S. Navy to develop additional vertical launch system (VLS) canisters. The award raised the contract value to $306 million and requires BAE to produce canisters for the Mk 13, Mk 14, Mk 25, Mk 29 and other hardware for the service branch, the company said Tuesday. The canisters are a critical component for storing, transporting and firing offensive and defensive missiles on the Navy’s guided-missile cruisers and destroyers.


Industry teams led by BAE Systems and General Dynamics have submitted bids to the U.S. Army for a competitive program to replace the branch's Bradley infantry fighting vehicle platform. The two companies separately confirmed plans to join the Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle competition nearly six months after Rheinmetall's U.S. subsidiary unveiled its own team that will pursue the OMFV program.

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