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A MarketsandMarkets report predicts the worldwide military communications technology and service industry will grow 12.1 percent year-over-year to hit $40.82 billion in market value by 2020. The research firm said Friday the market is currently worth $23.02 billion and partly driven by companies that develop tools to secure data for military operations. The availability of […] More
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has awarded six companies and two universities contracts worth $10.4 million combined to help DHS secure federally approved mobile devices. DHS said Thursday the eight awardees will explore tools and methods for mobile device instrumentation, transactional security, device layer protection and security management through the initiative. “While initially focused […] More
The SAP National Security Services training program for veterans is moving forward to its fourth session with an analytics-focused curriculum in response to feedback from prospective employers, FCW reported Thursday. Sean Lyngaas writes that the NS2 Serves-run program has shifted from enterprise resource planning courses to analytics in efforts to meet the growing demand for analytical skills. […] More
Karen Velkey, formerly director of corporate compensation at Huntington Ingalls Industries, has been promoted to corporate VP of benefits and compensation. She will report directly to Chief Human Resources Officer and Corporate VP Bill Ermatinger and oversee the company’s executive compensation, salary and wage administration, deferred compensation, health and welfare insurance, retirement and incentive programs, […] More
Rockwell Collins has unveiled its helmet mounted display system for F-35 fighter aircraft pilots during an event held Tuesday at the company’s headquarters in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. A Rockwell Collins–Elbit Systems of America joint venture built the Gen III F-35 HMDS and the device is scheduled for inclusion to Lockheed Martin‘s low rate initial production […] More
The U.S. Air Force has awarded WBB a potential five-year, $29 million task order to provide administrative, technical and professional services for the military branch’s Global Hawk unmanned surveillance aircraft program. WBB said Tuesday it will help the USAF Global Hawk Program Office to manage drone lifecycle acquisition, development, production and sustainment operations. The company […] More
A Research and Markets report predicts that the global market for C4ISR systems will grow at a 3.67-percent compound annual growth rate through 2019. The company said Wednesday the Middle East and Asia-Pacific regions will see the most growth with a combined 30-percent market share due to increased defense budgets and demand for C4ISR technologies. According to the […] More
A new Research and Markets report indicates that the global military satellite market will climb in value from $5.7 billion this year to $9.7 billion in 2025 at a compound annual growth rate of 5.47 percent. The company said June 30 North America will have the largest market share, with the U.S. anticipated to spend $38.4 billion on military […] More
A new Visiongain report forecasts the global military aircraft maintenance, repair and operations market will hit $49 billion in value in 2015. Visiongain said Friday the increasing adoption of new fighter aircraft among tier-one market players would spur growth in the industry. The 2015-2025 forecast covers maintenance aspects in operations and field, heavy airframe, heavy engine, […] More
U.S. Air Force Gen. John Hyten, head of the branch’s Space Command, declared initial operating capability Tuesday for a Lockheed Martin-built joint service satellite communications system. The Air Force said Thursday its 4th Space Operations Squadron operates the Advanced Extremely High Frequency satellite, which is designed to help warfighters transmit protected data when they perform land, sea and air […] More
Harris Corp. will provide acoustic sensors for installation on the U.S. Navy’s Virginia-class submarines under a four-year, $15 million follow-on order. The company said Wednesday the acoustic sensor components will be integrated with the Light Weight Wide Aperture Array platform on the service branch’s 10 submarines. The sensors are designed to facilitate data sharing between the LWWAA […] More
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