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Mark Russell, chief technology officer of Raytheon Technologies, said the U.S. military should address software, detection, networking communications and hardware problems in order for warfighters to operate in a multidomain environment and compete on future battlefield. “The first thing is: can we solve all those hardware problems? Can we build something at a reasonable price […] More
Kratos Defense and Security Solutions has received a $12 million order for satellite command and control system products, hardware and equipment in support of the U.S. military. The award includes satellite services such as mission activity and maneuver planning, telemetry processing, orbit and altitude adjustment, simulation, security, training and testing, Kratos said Wednesday. According to […] More
Vertex Aerospace has won a $69.4 million U.S. Air Force award to provide base supply operation and maintenance in support of 178 medium-range, twin-engine jets used in airlift and tanker pilot and navigator training. The company beat two other competitors to receive option four of the Air Education and Training Command T-1A Jawhawk trainer aircraft […] More
Communications & Power Industries, a Palo Alto, California-based electronic component manufacturer, has completed its acquisition of L3Harris Technologies’ ESSCO business. As part of the acquisition, ESSCO, a manufacturer of metal space frame ground radomes for government and defense customers, will join the existing radome business, CPI Radant Technologies Division, the company said Monday. Andy Ivers, president and […] More
Rocket Lab plans to retrieve a rocket booster mid-air using a helicopter during a mission scheduled to take place in the first half of 2022. The company said Tuesday it will deploy a helicopter to attempt to catch a falling booster in support of its goal to market Electron as a reusable small rocket. “A […] More
BAE Systems will offer a new power and propulsion system made to reduce greenhouse gas emissions of marine vehicles. The company said Tuesday it designed its HybriGen system to boost a marine vehicle’s electrical efficiency, propulsion power and vessel range as well as to streamline installation processes. HybriGen features smaller, lighter components and modular accessory […] More
CGI has launched a new initiative to broaden its workforce and upskill newly hired employees across its information technology centers in the U.S. Under the U.S. IT Center Academy program, CGI plans to initially recruit 1,000 new employees over the next 18 months and train them in key areas including cloud computing, data engineering and […] More
Northrop Grumman has showcased a new open architecture system that seeks to provide U.S. Army vertical lift aircraft with communications, navigation and identification capabilities for multi-domain missions. The company said Tuesday it designed the Mini-CNI system to deliver multiple networked advantages such as sensor-to-shooter links that meet the requirements for Joint All-Domain Command and Control […] More
Planet is looking to expand its presence as a provider of satellite-based Earth monitoring services in the state government market through new partnerships with Alaska and Mississippi. The company said Tuesday it provided PlanetScope images to help Alaska plan aircraft trips and boost employee safety amid the state’s climate and location challenges. The images helped […] More
Maxar Technologies‘ Space Program Delivery team has integrated NASA’s Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring of Pollution payload with its host spacecraft to monitor and track air pollution in North America. The TEMPO payload, built by Ball Aerospace and in collaboration with NASA and the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, is hosted on the Intelsat 40e geostationary communications satellite and will […] More
The Department of Energy will provide up to $70 million over five years to fund research projects focused on the development of Earth system models as part of the Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing partnership. Researchers will use the department’s high-performance computers to further develop the Energy Exascale Earth System Model under the SciDAC partnership, […] More
Defense contractors are facing supply chain problems caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and are trying to find ways how to overcome such challenges, Defense News reported Tuesday. An Aerospace Industries Association study has found that the aerospace and defense industry reported job losses of more than 87,000 in 2020 and John Luddy, vice president for […] More
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