Tag Archives: surveillance

Chris Pogue on MDA’s Government Division, UAS Surveillance Offerings

Chris Pogue, president of government division at Maxar TechnologiesMDA business, told MilsatMagazine in an interview that he oversees the operations and growth of defense, enterprise geospatial platforms, Earth observation systems and space robotics business lines as head of MDA Government. Pogue, who assumed his current role in June 2018, discussed how MDA meets the surveillance needs of warfighters and defense clients worldwide through unmanned aircraft systems.

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Elbit’s U.S. Arm to Provide Component for Raytheon Targeting System; Raanan Horowitz Quoted

Raytheon has selected Elbit Systems‘ U.S.-based subsidiary to provide a laser component for the Multi-Spectral Targeting System, an electro-optical surveillance system designed for use with military aircraft systems. Elbit said Thursday its subsidiary will deliver the component, known as the Two Color Laser System, to Raytheon in 2019. Raanan Horowitz, …

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Lockheed-GeoNorth-University of Alaska Team Gets NGA Arctic Surveillance Support Contract

A team composed of Lockheed Martin, GeoNorth Information Systems and the University of Alaska Fairbanks will support the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency‘s surveillance project in the Arctic region under a potential $15 contract. The Arctic GeoData Cooperative aims to create, monitor, update and maintain Arctic terrain elevation models for the NGA with the use of …

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Hensoldt Demos Counter-UAV Platform at Airbus Airfield in Germany

Germany-based sensor provider Hensoldt has tested its counter unmanned aerial vehicle system designed to defend airports and other infrastructure from potential threats. The company said Wednesday its Xpeller counter-UAV system was demonstrated at the Airbus airfield in Hamburg, Germany for spectators that included airport operators and representatives from armed forces, …

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Marine Corps Interested in Coastal Defense Tech

The U.S. Marine Corps has asked industry to provide information on the availability of shore-based technology built to deliver precision kinetic fires against ships at a range of at least 80 miles. In a FedBizOpps notice posted Oct. 27, USMC said it prefers coastal defense systems the service branch’s deployable and …

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