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Rockwell Collins, Taiwan-Based Aerospace Firm Enter Radio Production License Agreement

Rockwell Collins has granted Taiwan’s state-owned Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation rights to manufacture AR-1500 networked communications airborne radios through a manufacturing license agreement between the two companies. Taiwan will become the first international customer to procure the Rockwell Collins-developed radio technology, the company said Sunday. AR-1500 is designed to help airborne and ground users transmit …

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Rockwell Collins Gets Navy E-2D Training System Support Contract Modification

Rockwell Collins‘ simulation and training solutions business has received a $21.4 million contract modification to continue support work on the U.S. Navy‘s E-2D Hawkeye Integrated Training Systems III program. The modification exercises options on a previously awarded contract and covers HITS maintenance and flight trainer aircraft concurrency, technical data, aircraft obsolescence and …

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Rockwell Collins to Help Manage USAF Airborne Radio Parts Supply Chain

Rockwell Collins has received a three-year, $22 million contract from the Defense Logistics Agency to manage the supply chain for replacement parts on U.S. Air Force airborne radio systems. The initial contract covers supply chain management services for AN/ARC-171, AN/ARC-190 and AN/ARR-85 communications platforms being maintained at Robins Air Force Base, the company …

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Rockwell Collins to Produce Software Baseline for Navy E-2D Trainer Upgrade

The U.S. Navy has awarded Rockwell Collins a three-year, $13.7 million contract modification to produce a supplementary software platform for the E-2D Hawkeye Integrated Training Systems III modernization effort. The Defense Department said Monday the company’s simulation and training solutions business will deliver an E-2D Delta Software System Configuration No. 3 baseline as part of aircraft flight and tactics trainer upgrades. The …

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Report: UTC, Rockwell Collins Likely to Reveal ‘Collins Aerospace’ HQ Location in March

United Technologies Corp. and Rockwell Collins could determine by the end of March the location of the corporate headquarters for a new entity that would be formed through UTC’s acquisition of the Cedar Rapids, Iowa-based avionics contractor, The Gazette reported Monday. Farmington, Connecticut-based UTC agreed to buy Rockwell Collins in …

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Rockwell Collins to Integrate Airborne Radio Tech on Air Force F-16 Fleet

Rockwell Collins will integrate its networked communications airborne radio, which features mobile user objective system and soldier radio waveform capacities, onboard U.S. Air Force F-16 aircraft. The company said Wednesday the ARC-210 RT-2036(C) offering provides data, imagery and voice connectivity for manned and unmanned systems. The ARC-210 RT-2036(C) radio system belongs …

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Rockwell Collins to Help Australian Defense Force Install Dome, Desktop Training Simulators

Rockwell Collins has secured a two-year contract to provide and install dome and desktop trainer simulation systems for joint terminal attack controllers and joint forward observer communities of Australia’s army and air force. The company said Tuesday it will supply eight custom domes and 11 desktop trainers in an effort to help Australian …

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Rockwell Collins to Supply Display Tech for Intl F-16 Training Programs

Lockheed Martin has selected Rockwell Collins to provide display systems for F-16  flight training programs of two international customers. Rockwell Collins said Monday it will supply custom configurations of the Griffin rear-projection dome equipped with an ingress and egress system, a projector and updated night vision goggle capacities for nighttime training …

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CAE, Rockwell Collins Form LVC Training Partnership; Gene Colabatistto Comments

CAE has teamed up with Rockwell Collins to build live, virtual, constructive integrated training platforms. The companies announced the partnership at the four-day Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference that kicked off Monday in Orlando, Florida, CAE said Monday. “Integrated live, virtual, constructive training is becoming more critical as defense forces look to …

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Rockwell Collins to Exhibit Simulation, Training Platforms at I/ITSEC 2017 Event

Rockwell Collins will display its portfolio of simulation and training products at the  Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference 2017 that will take place at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. The company said Tuesday it will showcase technology platforms designed to facilitate live, virtual and blended training environments, …

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Rockwell Collins to Build 4th E-2D Training System for Navy

The U.S. Navy has awarded Rockwell Collins a $34.5 million initial contract to provide a fourth tactics trainer for the military branch’s E-2D Hawkeye Integrated Training Systems III program. Rockwell Collins said Monday it aims to complete production of a new E-2D tactics trainer designed to support live, virtual and constructive training high-fidelity training by August …

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Rockwell Collins to Install Avionics Tech in Calidus-Built Multirole Aircraft

A United Arab Emirates-based aircraft manufacturer has selected Rockwell Collins to produce and integrate an integrated avionics system into a new aircraft platform designed for combat and asymmetric warfare missions. Rockwell Collins said Monday it will provide its Pro Line Fusion system for installation on Calidus‘ B-250 light attack aircraft that debuted at the Dubai Airshow. Talel Kamel, managing …

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Rockwell Collins Recognized for Work With Veteran-Owned Suppliers

Rockwell Collins is one of 25 U.S.-based companies that have received recognition under the National Veteran-Owned Business Association’s 2017 Military Friendly Supplier Diversity Program. The association included Rockwell Collins in the list of companies published in the Vetrepreneur magazine for including veteran-owned businesses into supplier diversity programs, the company said Wednesday. Vetrepreneur …

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Rockwell Collins Integrates ADS-B Out Software on Navy Aircraft Platforms

Rockwell Collins has finished integration of the Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast Out software on three aircraft platforms for the Naval Air Systems Command. The company said Monday it integrated the software on NAVAIR’s C-2A, E2-C and P-3C platforms in an effort to help the command meet the federal government’s ADS-B Out requirements set …

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