Tag Archives: General Electric

GE Obtains License to Use Northrop Electronics Cooling Tech; Tom Jones Comments

General Electric’s intelligent platforms business has obtained license to use Northrop Grumman’s air-flow-through cooling technology for military electronic module application. The air-flow-through cooling system incorporates a novel heat exchanger to protect electronic modules and isolates electronic parts from the cooling air using a central channel with heat fins, Northrop said …

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Dan Nelson Joins Lockheed as Media Relations VP

Dan Nelson, formerly communications strategies lead at General Electric’s digital energy business, has joined Lockheed Martin as vice president of worldwide media relations. He will report to Jennifer Whitlow, senior VP of corporate communications, and serve as Lockheed’s chief spokesperson and adviser to senior executives on media engagements, Lockheed Martin …

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GE, Verizon Partner on Industrial Internet Expansion Plan; Bill Ruh, Mark Bartolomeo Comment

General Electric and Verizon have partnered to develop an integrated wireless communications system in an effort to expand the scope of industrial Internet. GE will connect its machines and devices to Verizon’s machine-to-machine connectivity and cloud platforms under the partnership, the companies said Thursday. “We look forward to using the power of our network and …

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General Counsel Pay Package Up 6.8% in 2013

Corporate Counsel has released a report that indicates salaries for general counsel increased by $701,001 in 2013, The Washington Post reported Sunday. Catherine Ho writes the pay hike is a gain of 6.8 percent compared to a 7.4 percent year-over-year increase in 2012. Corporate Counsel surveyed the pay packages of 100 …

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GE Aviation Unveils Open Architecture Computing Platforms; Alan Caslavka Comments

General Electric Aviation has introduced new computing platforms for military and commercial aviation customers, the company said Tuesday. The platforms are designed with an open system, which means customers can ostensibly plug-in a number of different aviation computing applications on the same platform. “In new aircraft development programs, we’ve seen …

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Tech Giants Start Org to Promote Big Data, M2M Tech; Guido Jouret Comments

AT&T, Cisco, General Electric, IBM and Intel have launched a nonprofit group in an effort to accelerate industry-wide adoption of technology for managing big data and machine-to-machine communications. The Industrial Internet Consortium will work to develop best practices, interoperability standards and reference architectures to help enterprises adopt systems that can …

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Lockheed-Sikorsky JV Breaks Ground on Chopper Maintenance Complex

A joint venture of Lockheed Martin and Sikorsky Aircraft has started construction work on a complex that will house maintenance work on the Australian navy’s fleet of 24 MH-60R maritime helicopters. The Maritime Helicopter Support Company broke ground on the new maintenance and warehouse facilities and expects construction to finish in early 2015,  the company …

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Battelle, GE Develop Battery Mgmt Systems Under DOE-Backed Program

The Energy Department has offered grants to help several technology organizations develop software products, sensors and predictive algorithms for managing the performance of lithium-ion batteries, Gigacom reported Wednesday. Katie Fehrenbacher writes Battelle designed an optical sensor that aims to detect internal battery faults, while General Electric built a miniaturized system …

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