Tag Archives: CAAS

Rockwell Collins to Update Army CH-47F Chinook Avionics

Rockwell Collins has landed a potential five-year contract to update and repair components of the common avionics architecture systems equipped on the U.S. Army‘s CH-47F Chinook helicopters. The aircraft’s CAAS uses the Flight2 open systems architecture to combine communications, navigation and mission subsystems for integrated performance and situational awareness, the company …

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Rockwell Collins to Provide Avionics Support for Australia’s CH-47F Helicopters: Thierry Tosi Comments

Rockwell Collins has received a contract to extend avionics support services for the Australian army’s CH-47F Chinook helicopters. The company said Monday it will deliver field service engineering, program management, logistics, repair and overhaul services for the Common Avionics Architecture System onboard the helicopters and the Transportable Flight Proficiency Simulators. “We’ve been supporting …

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Koniag Subsidiary to Deploy Container-as-a-Service at FDA for ‘Cloud First’ Compliance

A Koniag subsidiary has secured a five-year, $19 million contract to aid an office of the Food and Drug Administration in its initiatives to comply with the government’s Cloud First policy. Arlluk Technology Solutions will furnish FDA’s Office of Information Management and Technology with a cloud-based container-as-a-service platform to enable the Department …

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USSOCOM Taps Rockwell Collins for Avionics Tech Repair, Field Support Services

Rockwell Collins has received a potential five-year, $30.7 million contract to repair a common avionics architecture system for the U.S. Special Operations Command. The company said Monday it will also provide CAAS logistics, field support and spares management support under the contract. CAAS is based on the Flight2 open systems architecture and consists of …

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Airbus Eyes Autonomous Flying Vehicle Concept to Address Urban Congestion

Airbus Group plans to develop an autonomous flying vehicle platform concept to fly over traffic jams in an effort to relieve urban congestion and address traffic concerns that resulted from urbanization in “megacities.” The aerospace conglomerate said in a report its A3 outpost has pursued an individual passenger and cargo transport autonomous flying vehicle platform project …

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PSI to Continue Expeditionary Medical Support for US Air Force

Planned Systems International has received a potential three-year task order to continue providing consultation, advisory, analytical and assistance services for the U.S. Air Force‘s expeditionary medical support system modernization effort. PSI will also support home station medical response, casualty prevention and chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense programs of the Air Force Medical Service …

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Donald Brown: Interactive Intelligence Cloud Offerings Meet Data Center Compliance Requirements

Interactive Intelligence Group‘s customer engagement platforms have passed compliance programs that work to validate internal controls for security, availability and confidentiality of data center cloud operations. The company said Thursday its PureCloud offering attained a statement on Standards for Attestation Engagements and International Standard on Assurance Engagements SOC2 Type II from the auditing standards board of the American Institute of …

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Boeing Subcontracts Rockwell Collins for Indian Chinook Helicopter Services

Boeing has awarded Rockwell Collins a contract to provide a Common Avionics Architecture System for 15 CH-47F Chinook helicopters flown by India’s military. The Rockwell Collins India Design Center will lead the implementation of tests and software changes as ordered by India’s army to meet requirements, Rockwell Collins said Monday. Troy Brunk, vice president …

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Boeing Awards Avionics Service Subcontract to Rockwell Collins for Chinook Helicopters; Lee Obst Comments

Rockwell Collins has secured a subcontract from Boeing to provide aviation electronics equipment and engineering services for the Canadian air force’s CH-147F Chinook helicopters. The firm-fixed-price contract calls for Rockwell Collins to service the Common Avionics Architecture System displays onboard the Royal Canadian Air Force aircraft until March 2018, Rockwell Collins …

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