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Curtiss-Wright Corp. has won a nearly $50 million order for valves that the U.S. Navy intends to install on three of its naval platforms. Curtiss-Wright received the award from Bechtel Plant Machinery Inc., NAVSUP Mechanicsburg and General Dynamics Electric Boat for the Navy’s Virginia Class Submarines, Ford Class Aircraft Carriers and Nuclear Propulsion Training Units, […] More
CenturyLink Inc. has selected Bloom Energy fuel-cell servers to power an Irvine, Calif. data center run by CenturyLink subsidiary Savvis. Bloom Energy’s technology works to generate roughly 4.4 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year and help the Savvis facility cut nearly 1 million pounds of carbon dioxide emissions per year, CenturyLink said Monday. “We must […] More
Science Applications International Corp. has won a potential $118 million contract to provide engineering services for an LSB Industries project in Arkansas. SAIC will help LSB design, build and manage an ammonia plant at the 150-acre El Dorado Chemical Co., under the two-year contract, SAIC said Tuesday. James Moos, an SAIC senior vice president and group […] More
BAE Systems has finished a simulation for the hybrid electric drive system of a ground combat vehicle the company is developing for the U.S. Army. The GCV underwent 2,000 miles of testing on a mobility platform that works to simulate different terrains and the assessment concluded four months ahead of schedule, BAE said Monday. “Our […] More
IBM has designed a new tool that aims to forecast weather conditions and help electric companies manage natural resources that generate power for consumption. The Hybrid Renewable Energy Forecaster will work to analyze and calculate the amount of wind and solar energy a power grid can store and utilize, IBM said Monday. Utilities aim to […] More
TWD & Associates won $6.6 million in subcontracts for its general and electrical infrastructure development business in 2012, covering 17 construction projects in the public and private sectors. The firm provided communications and security infrastructure services for a number of government buildings, military complexes and educational campuses last year, TWD said May 13. “As we expanded our growth […] More
Boeing has awarded Saft a multi-million-dollar order for lithium-ion batteries to power a new satellite built to expand communication and data transmission services in selected parts of Asia. Works to develop four battery packs with VES 140S space cells started in January this year with delivery scheduled for December, Saft said Monday. Thomas Alcide, Saft's […] More
Nazim Fraijat has been promoted to managing director at EMC to oversee business development operations in Jordan, the Palestinian Authority, Lebanon, Iraq and Africa. He will work to strengthen demand for the company's products and service offerings in the region and report to Mohammed Amin, EMC senior vice president and regional manager, EMC said Wednesday. In his 13 years with […] More
A Lockheed Martin-led team has tested the network communications equipment and spacecraft bus of a satellite for an Air Force program. Team members evaluated the first GPS III space vehicle bus’ subsystems and determined they can be integrated into the satellite’s navigation payload, Lockheed said Wednesday. The Air Force intends to have 32 satellites in […] More
Dr. Ray Johnson is chief technology officer and senior vice president at Lockheed Martin, where he guides the company's technology vision and provides corporate leadership in the strategic areas of technology and engineering, which includes more than 65,000 people working on more than 4,000 programs. Johnson also oversees the company’s operations and program management functions […] More
An EADS business has won an order from a China-based electricity provider for three helicopters intended to support power grid work and emergency rescue operations in the country. State Grid General Aviation Co., a subsidiary of State Grid Corp. of China, intends for the deal to grow a multiyear aircraft supply and services agreement with EADS’ […] More
A Virginia-class submarine made by Huntington Ingalls Industries for the U.S. Navy has completed its first round of trials and evaluations at sea. Minnesota operated on the surface and underwater during the alpha trials and will undergo two more rounds of tests, Huntington Ingalls said May 6. The Navy’s Board of Inspection and Survey will […] More
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