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Lockheed Selects Rockwell Collins’ Avionics Tech for Greek P-3 Flight Deck Modernization

Lockheed Martin has chosen Rockwell Collins to supply avionics technology for integration into the Greek navy’s P-3 maritime patrol aircraft in an effort to help the service branch comply with global airspace operation requirements. Rockwell Collins said Monday it will provide the company-made Flight2 integrated avionics system to transform the flight deck of Greek …

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Rockwell Collins to Produce Digital Terminal Control System Simulators for Australian Military

Rockwell Collins‘ Australian subsidiary has received a potential $31 million contract to produce eight simulators for a computer-based technology platform designed to help Australian military personnel respond to adversarial targets. Christopher Pyne, Australian minister for defense industry, said in a statement published Wednesday the company will also help operate and maintain the Digital …

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USSOCOM Taps Rockwell Collins for Avionics Tech Repair, Field Support Services

Rockwell Collins has received a potential five-year, $30.7 million contract to repair a common avionics architecture system for the U.S. Special Operations Command. The company said Monday it will also provide CAAS logistics, field support and spares management support under the contract. CAAS is based on the Flight2 open systems architecture and consists of …

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Rockwell Collins, Spirent Partner to Develop Military Code Support Tech

Spirent Federal Systems and Rockwell Collins have partnered to develop software that will work to support military code for the U.S. Air Force‘s GPS constellation modernization effort. The partnership comes nearly three months after Spirent obtained approval from the service branch’s GPS directorate to develop M-Code support technology with the use of Modernized Navstar …

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Rockwell Collins Showcases Jamming-Resistant Directional Communication Link Tech

Rockwell Collins has showcased the capacities of a jamming-resistant directional communication link designed to send signals 10 times farther than current omnidirectional systems. The company said Thursday that the communication link system uses technologies built through Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and Arrays at Commercial Timescales programs to aid operations …

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Rockwell Collins Rolls Out First Mission Computer for Airbus Helicopter Weapon System

Rockwell Collins has supplied its FMC-4212 mission computer to Airbus‘ helicopters business unit to support the latter’s onboard weapon system program. Airbus’ HForce weapon system works to convert of any of the company’s commercial helicopters into a military aircraft, Rockwell Collins said Tuesday. Claude Alber, Rockwell Collins vice president and managing director for Europe, …

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Rockwell Collins to Install Navigation System on German Military Vehicles

Rockwell Collins has received a contract from Germany’s defense ministry to supply a technology that will offer Global Navigation Satellite System accessibility for the country’s military vehicles. The company said Tuesday it will install the NavHub system on multiple types of military vehicle in an effort to help German armed forces access navigation data. NavHub is …

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Rockwell Collins Installs Avionics System on French Air Force C-130H Aircraft

Rockwell Collins has integrated a new avionics system for the French air force’s C-130H Hercules military transport aircraft as part of a modernization contract from France’s defense procurement agency. The company said Monday that the Flight2 avionics system offers communications, navigation, surveillance and air traffic management capacities that comply with …

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Amtrak to Implement Rockwell Collins-Built Application on Diesel Locomotive Fleet

Rockwell Collins has inked an agreement with Amtrak to integrate the former’s hosted network, messaging and application platform across 310 locomotives that operate throughout the U.S. Rockwell Collins said Wednesday that Amtrak will implement the ARINC RailwayNet service on its diesel locomotive fleet as part of efforts to meet mandated positive …

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Rockwell Collins Hands Over GPS Anti-Jam Tech to Air Force

Rockwell Collins has delivered to the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command a GPS platform designed to provide anti-jam protection capability to various aerial platforms. The Digital GPS Anti-Jam Receiver is based on open systems architecture that works to provide jamming resistance and anti-spoofing functionality to fixed-wing aircraft, transport planes, bombers, …

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CAE Taps Rockwell Collins to Build Visual Display System for French Air Force’s PC-21 Simulators

CAE has awarded Rockwell Collins a subcontract to provide a new visual display system for Pilatus PC-21 simulators in support of a French training program designed to train future fighter pilots and weapon systems officers in France. Rockwell Collins said Thursday it will build two Spectraview Visual Display Systems at a company facility in …

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