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  • Raytheon to Support Navy Aircraft's FLIR Systems Under $60M Logistics Contract - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Raytheon to Support Navy Aircraft’s FLIR Systems Under $60M Logistics Contract

    Raytheon has secured a potential five-year, $59.7M logistics contract from the U.S. Navy to support forward-looking infrared thermal imaging systems for CH-53 and V-22 aircraft. The Defense Department said Wednesday that the service branch will issue the first delivery order upon awarding the performance-based contract, which has a base value of $16M. The Naval Supply […] More

  • Lockheed Installs IR Sensors on Small Quadrotor UAS - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Lockheed Installs IR Sensors on Small Quadrotor UAS

    Lockheed Martin has updated its small quadrotor unmanned aerial system with sensors designed to process still imagery and streaming video in real time. Indago 3 includes the Noctis system composed of dual forward looking infrared cameras and a digital zoom for both narrow and wide fields of view, Lockheed said Wednesday. Rich Bonnett, Indago program manager at Lockheed’s Procerus Technologies […] More

  • Raytheon Works on '3rd-Gen' Forward Looking IR Targeting System - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Raytheon Works on ‘3rd-Gen’ Forward Looking IR Targeting System

    Raytheon has moved to update its forward looking infrared targeting system that works to help U.S. Army detect targets through rain, smoke, fog and snow. The company said Monday its third-generation FLIR technology, called the Long Range Advanced Scout Surveillance System, is designed to offer military personnel wide, medium, narrow and ultra-narrow fields of view. Clay Towery, a director […] More

  • Raytheon to Help Navy Implement IR Detector, Target Locator - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Raytheon to Help Navy Implement IR Detector, Target Locator

    Raytheon has received a potential $33.1 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to help the U.S. Navy implement a forward-looking infrared detection and identification technology designed to function in different battlefield conditions. The company will also support the implementation of a far target locator under the Navy’s Firepower Enhancement Program, the Defense Department said Monday. DoD noted the contract’s base […] More

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