The Defense Information Systems Agency has awarded Cubic’s mission solutions arm a potential $99.3M contract to provide technical services for the agency’s video dissemination system for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations.Read More »
Cubic has received a contract from the U.S. Navy to provide a full motion video system for the service's MH-60S helicopter program. The company said Wednesday its cubic mission solutions business will deliver the FMV system to build up the helicopter's capacity to receive and transmit visual information under the contract awarded by Naval Air Systems Command.
The Customs and Border Protection seeks public input on the development of potential wireless communication applications, equipment, technologies and tools that can help address multiple wireless communication requirements and challenges. CBP said in a request for information issued Tuesday on the FedBizOpps website that it looks to develop technologies that can augment, integrate with and replace the …Read More »
The Defense Department has given initial purchase orders to Cubic‘s TeraLogics, DTECH Labs and GATR Technologies subsidiaries for the delivery of Tactical Two-way Sensor Data Transport baseband kits. Cubic said Monday the integrated T2SDT system to be delivered by its subsidiaries that operate within the Cubic Mission Solutions business division aims to help boost existing Digital Video Broadcasting-Return …Read More »
ViaSat will develop global in-flight broadband and communications services for Air Force One and other aircraft for U.S. government senior officials under a $73.2 million contract with the Defense Information Systems Agency awarded in June. Work under the contract will support the VC-25s, C-17s, C-32s, C-37s, C-40s and special air …Read More »
General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems has completed delivery of nine TAC-MAAS video processing, exploitation and dissemination systems to the U.S. Special Operations Command. The systems are used to capture and analyze full-motion video from intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platforms to extract actionable tactical insights, the company said Monday. “With its suite of essential tools for …Read More »
Harris Corporation announced this week it’s placing full emphasis on supporting intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance full-motion video clients by merging its commercial and government groups into one department. The communications and IT firm believes combining the two departments will better position the company to aid military, federal law enforcement agencies …Read More »