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The U.S. Army has used Northrop Grumman-built command and control, radar and space ground systems in a series of exercises aimed to demonstrate joint force connectivity for multidomain operations. Northrop said Wednesday the Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System, AN/TPS-80 Ground/Air Task-Oriented Radar and the Joint Tactical Ground Station helped the service branch […] More
Eclipse Global Connectivity, ST Engineering iDirect and Smiths Interconnect have collaborated to provide government and military aircraft with satellite communications capability to support airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions. The Ka-band satcom capability combines iDirect’s Evolution Defense platform and 9800 AE+ airborne modem with Smiths Interconnect’s KaStream 5000 MK II parabolic antenna and can support […] More
Carahsoft Technology has entered into a new partnership with Bright Pattern to market the latter’s artificial intelligence-powered cloud-based contact center software to its public sector customers. According to a joint press release published Tuesday, Carahsoftas a master government aggregator, will offer the Bright Pattern Cloud Contact Center platform through its federal, state and local government […] More
Northrop Grumman has closed a licensing agreement with NASA to use three agency-developed technologies for future missions of servicing satellites in orbit. NASA said Wednesday the transfer of its gripper tool, client berthing system and fluid transfer coupler to Northrop is part of an effort to advance the satellite servicing concept. Both developed for the […] More
SB>1 DEFIANT, a joint demonstration helicopter of Boeing and Lockheed Martin company Sikorsky, has flown for mission profile tests as part of the companies’ bid to build the U.S. Army’s Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft. Boeing said Tuesday the demonstrator for the DEFIANT X weapon system performed low-level flight operations and landing activity in confined areas […] More
Liberty Strategic Capital, a private equity firm founded by former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, is investing $150 million in Satellogic as the satellite imagery company prepares to go public through its merger with CF Acquisition Corp. V, a special purpose acquisition company backed by financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald. Liberty’s investment, which is set to […] More
Raytheon Technologies‘ missiles and defense business has collaborated with the U.S. Army and Nexter to demonstrate the compatibility between Excalibur artillery projectiles and the French company’s self-propelled howitzer. A CAESAR self-propelled howitzer fired the projectiles at two targets over 28.5 miles away as part of the test involving Excalibur, the French artillery equipment and the […] More
Kim Harrington, formerly vice president and head of digital engineering at Bayer AG, has joined Ohio-based engineering services provider Belcan to serve as senior VP of digital solutions. She will spearhead digitally focused value creation efforts that support Belcan and its customers, the company said Tuesday. Harrington holds almost two decades of professional experience in […] More
Lockheed Martin’s venture capital arm has made an investment in Electra.aero through a Series A funding round to enable the latter to perform flight testing of its hybrid-electric ultra-short takeoff and landing demonstrator aircraft in 2022. “Electra’s technical approach to sustainable aviation is differentiated, and we are excited to see this concept mature,” Chris Moran, […] More
The Department of Defense has awarded Lyten a contract to boost the production capacity of the company’s LytCell lithium-sulfur batteries. Lyten said Tuesday it will use the multi-million award to increase the yearly production count of battery cells at a pilot facility under construction in San Jose, California. DOD issued the award under the National […] More
PTC has received a potential $95 million contract to continue providing the U.S. Air Force with its service parts management software-as-a-service offering over a maximum period of five years. The Servigistics service will support the Enterprise Supply Chain Analysis, Planning and Execution program that is aimed at modernizing the military branch’s supply chain for enhanced […] More
Austin-based software vendor SolarWinds has purchased information technology monitoring and analytics services provider Monalytic, an acquisition that comes after 10-plus years of partnership between the two companies. SolarWinds said Wednesday it aims to support protected, modernized IT environments for federal clients at any time and adds 16 professionals through the deal. “In supporting our federal customers […] More
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