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  • IARPA Releases Smartphone Cooling System RFI - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    IARPA Releases Smartphone Cooling System RFI

    The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has issued a request for information on potential form factor approaches to develop portable electronic cooling systems for mobile devices such as a smartphone. In a FebBizOpps notice posted Friday, IARPA said it wants a technology designed to protect the mobile device from internal heat and high temperature. Interested firms […] More

  • Capstone to Produce Microturbines for Federal Govt Client; Jim Crouse Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Capstone to Produce Microturbines for Federal Govt Client; Jim Crouse Comments

    Capstone Turbine has been selected to produce microturbines for installation in the combined heat and power plant of a U.S. federal government headquarters building in Washington, D.C. The government ordered C800 and C200 microturbines from E-Finity Distributed Generation, Capstone’s distributor for the mid-Atlantic and southeastern U.S. region, Capstone said Monday. “Capstone is thrilled to be able […] More

  • Air Force Begins Search for Aircraft Electronics Cooling Systems - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Air Force Begins Search for Aircraft Electronics Cooling Systems

    The U.S. Air Force has asked industry for concepts to cool a fighter aircraft“™s electronic system under a project that could be worth $24 million, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Tuesday. John Keller writes the Air Force Research Laboratory released a broad agency announcement that seeks new electronics thermal management methods for aircraft from industry. Up to six […] More

  • Lockheed Builds New Satellite Cooling System; Ted Nast Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Lockheed Builds New Satellite Cooling System; Ted Nast Comments

    Lockheed Martin has developed a new satellite cooling system in an effort to help customers address space mission requirements. The microcryocooler technology, weighing nearly 11 ounces and with an operational life span of more than 10 years, is built to remove heat from sensor systems and cool down small satellites, Lockheed said Wednesday. According to the […] More

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