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BAE to Develop Data Visualization System with Daden

BAE Systems has signed an agreement with Daden to accelerate the development of a 3D data visualization system, with the project established through BAE’s investment in innovation program. The Daden-designed application allows users to import historic or real-time information from various sources, including web feeds, computer network data, GPS devices …

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BAE Develops Zero Emission Bus for California Transit Agency

BAE Systems announced it has developed a zero emissions bus for a Southern California transit agency this week. BAE, which produces low-emission hybrid electric propulsion systems for transit buses, developed the bus for SunLine Transit, which runs off of a fuel cell and does not use fossil fuels or produce …

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BAE Named Lead for Warfighters, Intel in Australian App Partnership

The Australian government has selected BAE Systems to be the lead for the warfighters and intelligence domain as one of five industry partners for its applications management services partnership arrangement. The domain includes system integration, applications development and sustainment projects focusing on capability integration of air, land, maritime, space, ISR and coalition environments. The …

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BAE Hiding Tanks With ‘Tiles of Invisibility’

Tanks can look like however and whatever tankers want them to look like thanks to BAE Systems’ new Adaptiv camouflage system. Adaptiv makes tanks and other large vehicles invisible to other machines by using lightweight hexagonal pixels, laid on like tiles, which are electrically powered by the vehicles systems. The …

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BAE Wins $9M Army Paladin Vehicle Contract

The U.S. Army has awarded BAE Systems‘ York County, Pa.-based operations a $9 million contract to work on the Paladin integrated management program. According to the company website, the device is a semi-automated, air-conditioned and electronically controlled 39-caliber, 155 mm artillery vehicle designed to meet the needs of the U.S. Army’s heavy …

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AMERICAN SYSTEMS Appoints James Scampavia as VP of Business Development; CEO William C. Hoover Comments

  AMERICAN SYSTEMS announced today it had appointed James Scampavia vice president of business development. Scampavia will oversee business development efforts including identifying new customers, conducting capture strategies and developing winning proposals. With more than 25 years of marketing and business development experience with the federal and local government, Scampavia …

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BAE Awarded $79M to Provide TSA Document Scanners

The Transportation Security Administration has awarded $79 million each to BAE Systems’ information technology business and two other companies for 30 new document scanners at airports across the U.S. Each company will supply 10 machines each, with the machines costing $3.2 million per unit. The new machines are capable of …

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BAE to Show HybriDrive in Dubai

BAE Systems plans to make its first showing at the International Association of Public Transport’s 59th World Congress and Mobility and City Transport Exhibition. The global defense and security company, which also does work in hybrid electric propulsion and power management systems, will showcase its HybriDrive. The HybriDrive system is …

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Bidding Heats up for BAE’s Platform Solutions Unit

GE, Eaton Corp and private equity company Warburg Pincus are still in the running in the final stages of the auction of BAE Systems’ Platform Solutions Unit, according to Reuters. GE, which Reuters sources said was “very interested” in the deal, is already a major customer of BAE’s aircraft engine …

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BAE Test Pilot Cruises to Award

BAE Systems test pilot Graham Tomlinson has won the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators Derry & Richards Memorial Medal for his contributions to aviation, the company announced this week. Flying for the first time at age 15, Tomlinson was in the Royal Air Force until 1986, when he …

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BAE Recognized for Innovative TNT Alternative

A BAE Systems-developed explosive that acts as a safer alternative to TNT artillery was selected by Time Magazine as one of “The 50 Best Inventions of 2010.” President of BAE Systems Support Solutions Dave Herr said the IMX-101 technology exemplified innovation. “One of BAE Systems’ core values promotes innovation, and …

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BAE Dresses Up Soldiers in New High-Tech Body Armor

BAE Systems has unveiled a new line of body armor, the Scalable Soldier Protection System, at last week’s Association of the U.S. Army Annual Meeting and Exposition in Washington, D.C. The armor, made up of a vest, plate carrier and load-bearing belt, is designed to be flexible and adjustable from …

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