Tag Archives: General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems

Scott Yeakel Promoted to Division GM Post at The Aerospace Corp

The Aerospace Corp. has promoted Scott Yeakel, formerly principal engineer at the nonprofit organization’s national systems group, to general manager of the group’s systems engineering and launch division. Yeakel will be responsible for the delivery of enterprise-level support services to the company’s clients in the National Reconnaissance Office, Aerospace said …

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Rob Weiss: Lockheed to Continue Open Architecture Support for USAF Aircraft Modernization

Lockheed Martin has deployed its Skunk Works Enterprise Open Systems Architecture to integrate multiple sensors that are compliant with the U.S. Air Force‘s Open Mission Systems standard into the U-2 reconnaissance aircraft. The company said Dec. 10 that the three-week flight test series utilized Lockheed’s mission management software, an IP-based data link and four OMS-compliant sensor payloads to …

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Executive Profile: Nadia Short, VP and GM of General Dynamics AIS’ Cyber and Intell Solutions Group

Nadia Short serves as vice president and general manager for the cyber and intelligence solutions division within General Dynamics‘ advanced information systems business. The 18-year company veteran leads an organization that works to deliver cybersecurity, intelligence, analysis, network exploitation, digital forensics and incident response technologies in the government and commercial …

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Executive Profile: Mark J. Nackman, General Dynamics AIS VP and General Counsel

Mark J. Nackman serves as vice president and general counsel for General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems and holds responsibility for legal, export, contracts and subcontracts. Prior to his current role, he served as assistant general counsel and supported both General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems’ cyber systems division and General Dynamics Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions. …

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General Dynamics, RTI Help Army Develop Open Framework for UAS GCS; David Barnett Comments

The U.S. Army has been developing an open architecture for military drone ground control stations in collaboration with software company Real-Time Innovations and General Dynamics‘ advanced information systems business. RTI said Wednesday the framework supports the Future Airborne Capability Environment program that aims to help the government and industry boost …

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General Dynamics Delivers Video Intell Tech to SOCOM; Mike Manzo Comments

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 …

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James Kilbride on Security’s Role in Cloud Adoption, General Dynamics’ Work to Integrate Technology with Business Viewpoints & Managing Innovation

At General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, James Kilbride deploys the capabilities of the firm’s Cyber and Intelligence Solutions division to help government customers advance their missions. Kilbride joined General Dynamics in 2005 and earned with a doctoral degree in computer science one year later, which he holds in addition to …

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General Dynamics Adds New Air Force GPS SATCOM Element Subcontract; Kirstan Rock Comments

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems will produce the network communications element for the Air Force‘s GPS III satellites under a $26 million subcontract with Lockheed Martin. The contract is a follow-on to previous deals with Lockheed that cover delivery of NCE components and procurement of parts for eight GPS III space vehicles, General Dynamics …

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General Dynamics Integrates Open Architecture Infrastructure into Littoral Navy Ship; Mike Tweed-Kent Comments

General Dynamics has integrated its open architecture computing infrastructure with the U.S. Navy‘s Independence-variant Littoral Combat Ship Coronado with the intent of improving the adaptability, speed and flexibility of the ship. General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems acted as the systems integrator when the LCS 4 was delivered to the Austal …

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General Dynamics Adds Sentient Software to UAS Video System; Mike Manzo Comments

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems has partnered with Sentient to add automatic target detection features into tactical systems deployed in unmanned aerial systems. General Dynamics’ TAC-MAAS, used to capture and manage full motion video, will now feature Sentient’s Kestrel Land Moving Target Indication and Kestrel Maritime automatic target-detection software, GDAIS said …

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General Dynamics AIS Evaluates Underwater Drone Configurations; Thomas Kirchmaier Comments

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems has evaluated the software and hardware components of an unmanned undersea vehicle the business unit is developing for the U.S. Navy. GDAIS conducted the subsystem configuration tests as part of a risk reduction program for the Knifefish mine-hunting underwater drone, General Dynamics said Tuesday. Thomas …

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General Dynamics AIS Portal Unveils Customer Tech Requirements; Nadia Short Comments

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems has released three mission need statements from clients through a membership portal designed to create business opportunities for technology providers. The statements posted on the GDNexus online community seek products that can help government or enterprise organizations share information and protect cyber networks, General Dynamics …

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