Lockheed Martin has awarded Cobham's advanced electronic solutions business a $50M contract to manufacture antenna array assemblies for the Block 2 configuration of a shipboard electronic warfare system currently installed on U.S. Navy ships.Read More »
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A test pilot of the Sikorsky-Boeing SB>1 Defiant helicopter talked about his flying experience and the capabilities of the aircraft’s X2 Technology during a webcast hosted Wednesday by Boeing and Lockheed Martin’s Sikorsky subsidiary as part of the Association of the United States Army conference, Aviation Today reported.Read More »
Lockheed Martin has signed a definitive agreement to acquire a portion of Integration Innovation Inc. (i3), a software and systems engineering company, to advance hypersonic-specific technology platforms for the warfighter. "This business combination not only reinforces our commitment to their missions, but also expands our portfolio in a strategic way,” said Eric Scherff, vice president of Hypersonic Strike Programs at Lockheed Martin.Read More »
Bill Gattle, president of space systems at L3Harris Technologies, said the Space Development Agency’s procurement of communications and missile warning satellites in mass quantities reflects a “fundamental transformation” in how the Department of Defense buys space platforms, SpaceNews reported Tuesday.Read More »
TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 2, 2020 — Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) will build software to help the U.S. Space Force integrate the missile warning mission of next-generation missile warning satellites into government-owned enterprise ground services infrastructure, GovCon Wire reported Sept. 17.Read More »
Navatek has changed its name to Martin Defense Group in a move to emphasize the technology research and company's intention to support U.S. defense programs. Martin Kao, CEO of Martin Defense, said the company aims to innovate with partners and transform emerging technology platforms into “game-changing” offerings designed to help customers ensure national security.Read More »
Lockheed Martin has partnered with Microsoft to use the latter’s mixed-reality collaboration tool to help engineers visualize procedures while assembling the Orion spacecraft for NASA’s Artemis II crewed mission to lunar orbit.Read More »