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  • Raytheon Wins $19M to Help DARPA Build Imaging Sensors - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Raytheon Wins $19M to Help DARPA Build Imaging Sensors

    Raytheon Co. recently won a $19.4 million contract under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's program to build imaging sensors meant to help the U.S. military identify and track targets, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Wednesday. John Keller writes Raytheon's El Segundo, Calif.-based space and airborne systems segment will collaborate with military researchers to engineer […] More

  • QinetiQ Subsidiary Updates Seismic Data Tech; David Hill Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    QinetiQ Subsidiary Updates Seismic Data Tech; David Hill Comments

    A QinetiQ Group subsidiary has updated its wellbore sensing and imaging technology that geoscience customers use to acquire and analyze seismic data. OptaSense's new version of its distributed acoustic sensing – vertical seismic profiling technology works to capture images of wellbore using fiber-optics for producer and injector wells measurements, QinetiQ said Monday. The company intends for […] More

  • BAE Designs Thermal Camera Core to Capture Videos, Images; Christian Rodriguez Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    BAE Designs Thermal Camera Core to Capture Videos, Images; Christian Rodriguez Comments

    BAE System has developed a thermal camera core for security, surveillance, automotive and thermography systems customers to capture videos and images through tough environments. The MIR640 core is designed to take frames at a rate of 60 hertz and is built with a 17-micron, 640-by-480 pixel camera resolution that is meant to work in fog, smoke […] More

  • Dell Team Providing Army, Navy Hospitals Clinical Image Sharing Archive; Troy West Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Dell Team Providing Army, Navy Hospitals Clinical Image Sharing Archive; Troy West Comments

    A team of contractors including Dell has won a $45 million task order to implement a system for archiving and sharing clinical images at U.S. Army and Navy hospitals, the company said Wednesday. The team, including Brit Systems and Acuo Technologies, will provide 49 hospitals and other medical facilities with Dell’s Unified Clinical Archive for sharing images […] More

  • Raytheon to Build DARPA Imaging Satellites; Tom Bussing Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    Raytheon to Build DARPA Imaging Satellites; Tom Bussing Comments

    Raytheon has won a $1.5 million Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency contract to build small satellites for situational awareness in battlespace, the company announced Thursday. Under the Space Enabled Effects for Military Engagements program, the company’s team will build six satellites for ground testing. Raytheon is developing and building hardware for exoatmospheric kill vehicles, said […] More

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    Lockheed to Provide Navy Submarine Imaging Engineering

    Lockheed Martin will provide the U.S. Navy engineering services to help develop a submarine imaging system, according to a Defense Department release. The company’s mission systems and sensors unit won a $12,276,792 modification to work on the AN/BVY-1 Integrated Submarine Imaging System. According to the Pentagon, the system is designed to provide Navy submarines image […] More

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    Raytheon, Exelis, L-3 Team Building Predator Hyperspectral Sensors

    A Raytheon-led team will develop unmanned aerial vehicle sensors for detecting ground objects not visible to the human eye, Military Aerospace reports. Under a sole-source contract from the Air Force, the team will equip the General Atomics-made MQ-1 Predator with hyperspectral sensors between 2012 and 2016 under the Airborne Cueing and Exploitation System-Hyperspectral program. Team […] More

  • In-Q-Tel to Invest in Imaging Sensor Integrator; Stephen Saylor Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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    In-Q-Tel to Invest in Imaging Sensor Integrator; Stephen Saylor Comments

    In-Q-Tel has signed a strategic investment and technology development agreement with a Massachusetts-based maker of imaging sensors, IQT announced Wednesday. SiOnyx Inc., based in Beverly, will work on integrating Black Silicon image sensors into imaging systems. SiOnyx CEO Stephen Saylor said his company wants to address needs of government customers and expand its reach into […] More

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