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A Hewlett Packard Enterprise subsidiary can now provide its cloud-based networking platform to government customers after securing product approval from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program. Aruba’s Central software-as-a-service offering is designed to help organizations manage information technology networks from a single dashboard, the HPE-owned business said Thursday. “We’re seeing our government customers migrate […] More
Northrop Grumman and Raytheon Technologies demonstrated their systems that can enable a single user to control a swarm of more than 100 drones in an urban setting as part of an experiment held in November at Fort Campbell in Kentucky, C4ISRNET reported Friday. The companies participated in the experiment under two contracts the Defense Advanced […] More
American Systems, a leading IT and engineering solutions company, announced the formation of a Digital Engineering Lab as part of the firm’s Independent Research and Development initiatives in support of advancing their avionics systems prototype development capabilities. The DE Lab, located in Lexington Park, Maryland, brings together the high-fidelity models (Digital Twins) of aircraft and […] More
Dive Technologies has received a grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to help bring its defense-focused autonomous underwater vehicles to the commercial market. The Boston, Massachusetts-based company said Thursday the Embedded Entrepreneurship Initiative award will finance its development of commercialization strategies, establishment of connections within the industry and recruitment of supporting entrepreneurs. Dive […] More
Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory has appointed Robert Braun, formerly director for planetary science at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, to head APL’s space exploration sector, effective March 28. He will succeed retiring Michael Ryschkewitsch and guide APL’s efforts in the areas of civilian space exploration and national security, the institutional laboratory said Thursday. Braun […] More
Andrew Churchill, vice president of federal sales at software company Qlik, said there are four trends that could shape the collection and analysis of federal data in 2022 and one of those is the reduced dependence on data dashboards as the continued development of DevSecOps principles and cloud platforms transforms the way analytics are delivered […] More
DCS Corporation has secured a five-year, $77 million contract to help the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center plan testing activities. The company said Thursday it will draft and edit test plans, manage data and plan analysis activities to support operational test capabilities under AFOTEC’s Fighter Test Services program. Work under the contract will […] More
Shridar Subramanian, former executive at Arcserve, has been named chief marketing and product officer at Pavilion Data Systems, a data analytics acceleration platform provider. The San Jose, California-based company said Friday Subramanian will be responsible for leading its market negotiations in big data storage and analytics and helping create opportunities for growth. In his new role, Subramanian […] More
Marine Corps Systems Command plans to award a potential 10-year, $249 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to support analysis, troubleshooting and fielding of tactical systems. According to the SAM.gov solicitation notice, the Tactical Systems Support-3 contract will provide for technical expertise, help desk services and other related support required by the Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity. […] More
Curtiss-Wright has announced a potential $240 million cash transaction to purchase the assets of Safran Aerosystems Arresting, an Aston, Pennsylvania-based supplier of aircraft arresting systems used by global militaries. Lynn Bamford, president and CEO of Curtiss-Wright and a previous Wash100 awardee, said in a statement published Friday the acquisition is aimed at expanding its global […] More
The exponentially increasing use of digital currencies and cryptocurrencies worldwide has introduced a new kind of economic actor to the global stage. With hundreds of millions of users across the globe, this unregulated digital economy is rapidly expanding its footprint in the private sector, and the public sector is taking notice. Gurvais Grigg, chief technology […] More
Ro Dhanda, vice president of Public Sector with H2O.ai, recently spoke with ExecutiveBiz for the publication’s latest Executive Spotlight interview detailing the latest lessons the company has learned in artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities. In addition, Dhanda also discussed H2O’s Open Source and Driverless AI platform, trustworthiness in AI as well as the top […] More
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