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Rockwell Collins, Embraer Subsidiaries Agree to Integrate Tech for Defense Applications

Rockwell Collins and affiliated firms to Embraer’s defense and security business have agreed to partner to evaluate and explore business opportunities in defense technology platforms. Rockwell Collins signed the cooperation agreement Tuesday with Embraer’s Savis and Bradar subsidiaries at LAAD Defense & Security expo in Brazil, Embraer said Tuesday. Bradar and Savis …

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Rockwell Collins to Continue Test Range Instrumentation Tech Production for US Military

Rockwell Collins will continue to support the production of a military test range instrumentation system under a two-year, $21.3 million contract modification from the U.S. Air Force. The Defense Department said Wednesday the company will provide a second production lot of the Common Range Integrated Instrumentation System for deployment at Air Force, Army and Navy test ranges. DoD …

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Rockwell Collins, NASA Conduct Sonic Boom Display Usability Demo

NASA and Rockwell Collins have conducted a usability test and a pilot working group meeting that showcased a sonic boom display at the space agency’s Armstrong Flight Research Center. Rockwell Collins said Wednesday the two-year Sonic Boom Display project resulted in the creation of an impact visualization system designed to help pilots reduce or mitigate the risk …

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Rockwell Collins to Facilitate Cross-Platform Data Link Comms Under DIUx Deal

Rockwell Collins has landed a Digitally Aided Close Air Support contract from the Defense Department‘s Defense Innovation Unit Experimental to facilitate cross-platform data link functions for mobile devices. Rockwell Collins said Tuesday it will offer an open source aggregation framework designed to support cross-platform data link communications on Android and Windows mobile devices …

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Boeing Taps Rockwell Collins to Supply KC-46A Tanker Systems

Rockwell Collins has been chosen to provide integrated flight displays, communications, navigation, surveillance, networking and flight control systems for KC-46A tankers that Boeing will build for the U.S. Air Force. Cedar Rapids, Iowa-based Rockwell Collins said Wednesday its Remote Vision System  comprises two- and three-dimensional vision technologies that will work to aid the KC-46A aircraft’s refueling …

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Rockwell Collins, 4 Partners Form Industry Team to Advance Maritime Simulation Tools Devt

Rockwell Collins has collaborated with four other companies to establish an industry team that seeks to provide simulation and training platforms to maritime organizations. The company said Tuesday it partnered with Appri Custom Technology, Global Simulation, Knud E Hansen A/S and Saint James Marine to form the Maritime Advanced Simulation Team. MAST …

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Rockwell Collins Awarded 5-Year DISA Data Link Service Contract

Rockwell Collins has secured a potential five-year contract from the Defense Information System Agency to provide data link services to U.S. government and military aircraft. The Data Link Service Provider 4 contract covers command-and-control communications, global flight planning, flight deck safety and broadband cabin services for vehicles such as the U.S. Air Force Air Mobility Command Transport …

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Rockwell Collins, Taqnia Aeronautics Ink Collaborative Agreement for Work on Fixed-Wing Avionics in Saudi Arabia

Rockwell Collins inked an agreement with Taqnia Aeronautics and the latter’s defense and security technology subsidiaries to collaborate on fixed-wing avionics and military rotary opportunities in Saudi Arabia. The partnership will cover work on aircraft assembled, manufactured and updated in Saudi Arabia and the team will look to open technology jobs …

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Rockwell Collins, BTSI Combine Training, Simulation Offerings; Nick Gibbs Comments

Rockwell Collins and Bluedrop Training and Simulation Inc. have partnered to integrate the companies’ technology offerings and intellectual property in an effort to provide simulation and learning systems to military customers. “Together we’ll cover the full spectrum — from requirements analysis through instructional execution all on a common software architecture,” …

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Rockwell Collins’ Manpack Radio Tech Completes Army Qualification Test

Rockwell Collins has completed the qualification test procedure for its military communication radio system as part of a potential $12.7 billion U.S. Army contract awarded in February. The company said Thursday it delivered 30 two-channel, software-defined AN/PRC-162 radios for the qualification tests under the Army’s Handheld, Manpack and Small Form Fit competition. Rockwell Collins, General Dynamics and Harris were selected to compete for the HMS …

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ATC Subcontracts Rockwell Collins for Air Force B-52 Training System Modification Work

Rockwell Collins has received a subcontract from Aviation Training Consulting to provide modifications to the U.S. Air Force‘s B-52 training system. Rockwell Collins said Tuesday it will develop major system modifications to support new functions on the B-52 bomber aircraft of the service branch. The project will also involve upgrade work on the cockpit procedures trainer, electronic …

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Rockwell Collins to Establish Depot Capability for Navy Poseidon Radio Parts; Thierry Tosi Comments

Rockwell Collins has received a $27 million contract to establish the depot capability of  the HF-121C communications system and miscellaneous radio components for the U.S. Navy’s P-8A Poseidon aircraft. The activation stage follows the assessment of the P-8A radio component depot capability and the next phase covers sustainment plan and a …

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Rockwell Collins to Repair Army CH-47F Helicopter Avionics System; Thierry Tosi Comments

Rockwell Collins has secured a five-year contract to repair up to 1,910 common avionics architecture system units currently installed in the U.S. Army’s CH-47F helicopters. The company’s cockpit equipment features the Flight2 system comprised of various  communications, navigation and mission subsystems, Rockwell Collins said Wednesday. Thierry Tosi, vice president and general manager of service solutions at Rockwell …

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Rockwell Collins to Help Army Study Multirole Mission Systems Architecture Designs; Heather Robertson Comments

The U.S. Army has partnered with Rockwell Collins to perform research on system designs and integration processes in an effort to help inform standards and architectures for future vertical lift platforms. Rockwell Collins and the Army will collaborate to study open-system architecture technologies and architectural centric model-based engineering systems required in the …

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