Tag Archives: QinetiQ

European Space Agency Taps QinetiQ Baffle for Euclid Telescope; Malika De Ridder Comments

QinetiQ has received a $2.9 million contract to build a baffle for the European Space Agency‘s Airbus-built Euclid space telescope. The baffle is a black cylindrical structure and is built to prevent stray light from entering into the telescope’s optics, QinetiQ said Sept. 30. ESA led the development of the Euclid mission with Thales Alenia Space Turin in an effort …

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Jim Reagan on The SI’s Shift to ‘Vencore’ and Integration of QinetiQ’s US Services Arm

Jim Reagan, chief financial officer at Vencore, brings nearly two decades of financial leadership to his role at the technology services contractor and oversees the company’s fiscal support functions. Vencore, formerly known as The SI Organization, closed its potential $165 million purchase of QinetiQ’s U.S. services and solutions group in May …

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Scott Kaine: Cyveillance Threat Intell Platform to Focus on Analysis

A QinetiQ subsidiary has launched a new cloud-based platform that aims to help security and risk professionals perform their own analyses of available threat intelligence using various investigative tools and data sources. Cyveillance‘s Cyber Threat Center platform also works to use intelligence reports, web search and social media monitoring to collect threat data that can be …

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HII’s Newport News Arm Adopts QinetiQ’s Paramarine Naval Architectural Software

Huntington Ingalls Industries‘ shipbuilding division will use QinetiQ‘s Paramarine Ship and Submersible Design Software for ship design and construction work on U.S. Navy aircraft carriers and carry out research and development in submarine systems. QinetiQ said Monday HII’s Newport News Shipbuilding will deploy Paramarine to function as naval architectural software and use Team Paramarine License for multiple users. …

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Jeremy Ward: Qinetiq Puts Signals Intelligence on Airborne Surveillance System

Qinetiq has unveiled a new line of surveillance systems for mounted onboard aircraft that Jeremy Ward, managing director for the company’s C4ISR business, says are designed to help security teams with coverage, HSToday reported Wednesday. Kylie Bull writes the ASX family, launched at the Farnborough Airshow, works to use signal processing technology for command and …

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JD Crouch Joins USO as President, CEO; Richard Myers Comments

J.D. Crouch, CEO of QinetiQ North America prior to The SI Organization‘s acquisition of QNA’s services business, has joined the nonprofit United Service Organizations as president and CEO. “He comes to the USO with a record of government service, leadership and innovation, but most important of all, he has a deep and abiding …

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QinetiQ partners with ASV

QinetiQ announced that it has signed a contract with Autonomous Surface Vehicles to supply and support operations of autonomous surface target vessels. The partnership is part of QinetiQ’s new Marine Surface Target Service, which offers targets for ‘real’ test environments, evaluations and training. John Anderson, Managing Director for Weapons at …

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QinetiQ to Continue Hardware Service Work on Int’l Space Station Module

QinetiQ will continue to help maintain hardware components the company developed for the International Space Station’s Columbus module under a contract extension through the end of this year. The company said Tuesday that it has also been working with Airbus to support the QinetiQ-developed scientific instruments for research inside the module. Airbus acts as …

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