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The Navy has awarded RDRTec a $3 million contract to develop a radar technology that would allow drones to sense and avoid other aircraft in airspace, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Thursday. John Keller writes that RDRTech will build an autonomous collision avoidance system for the Navy’s fleet of MQ-8 Fire Scout and MQ-4C Triton […] More
Unmanned aerial system builders have been developing smaller drones for non-military fields such as emergency response, agriculture and energy sector inspection, Military Aerospace & Electronics reported Monday. John Keller reports in a video blog from an Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International event last week that there is a growing trend toward smaller UAV technology […] More
Airbus, Dassault Aviation and Alenia Aermacchi have completed a proposal to develop a new unmanned aerial system for European governments. The joint development teams submitted the definition phase proposal to the defense ministries of France, Germany and Italy, Airbus Group said Monday. “We have reached an important milestone for the development of a European MALE […] More
Lockheed Martin has finished constructing the propulsion structure of a U.S. Air Force satellite that the company has designed to provide government, intelligence and military agencies with early missile warnings. The fourth Space-Based Infrared System Geosynchronous Earth Orbit spacecraft is set to enter the assembly, integration and testing phases, Lockheed said Tuesday. SBIRS propulsion modules […] More
U.S. contractors’ investments in overseas markets and other business segments this year should help offset the impact of weak domestic orders and defense spending limits, The Washington Post reported Monday. Amrita Jayakumar writes that General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grummanposted stronger profits in the companies’ earnings reports for the first quarter of 2014 but […] More
Joe Stein, the retired U.S. Air Force Major General who most recently helped lead the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense’s policy posture with NATO and Europe, has joined SkyLink Aviation as the firm’s senior executive for operational strategy. The company pointed to Stein’s leadership experience as a commander of large aviation organizations, and at […] More
Forecast International expects unmanned aerial vehicles to become a $2.3 billion industry by 2023 despite a slowdown in production in the coming years, Military &  Aerospace Electronics reported Monday. John Keller writes the market analyst predicted the global market to more than double from $942 million this year amid the military’s continued reliance on flying […] More
Dynetics will showcase its portfolio of drone technology offerings at an Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International-hosted forum. This year’s AUVSI Pathfinder Symposium will take place Tuesday through Thursday at the Braun Center in Huntsville, Ala., Dynetics says. The company intends to demonstrate integrated performance and aircraft configuration, human machine interface and interactive multimedia instruction tools […] More
Sarah Allen serves as Leidos‘ chief human resources officer and is an executive vice president at the GovCon firm, where she works to use recruitment and retention efforts to generate competitive advantage and help the firm grow. Allen had been with SAIC for around four years when it separated into national security, engineering and healthcare technology […] More
Boeing will launch a business accelerator with the goal of finding employees that have ideas for technology products that the company could commercialize, the St. Louis Business Journal reported Thursday. Brian Feldt writes the accelerator will fall within the company’s Defense, Space & Security segment and be based in St. Louis. “It’s essentially a method for […] More
Twenty-six high school teams and two middle school teams from 14 U.S. states and one Canadian province will participate in the March 28 national finals of the CyberPatriot VI competition, sponsored by Northrop Grumman. This year’s finals will be the first time in the competition’s six-year history that middle school teams were included and they will […] More
John Chiaramonte has joined Mission Critical Partners as a senior program manager, where he will work to help MCP expand its Next Generation 9-1-1 business. Chiaramonte joins MCP from a lead associate post with Booz Allen Hamilton, a management consulting firm. At Booz Allen, he managed a portfolio of projects supporting the U.S. Department of Transportation‘s National 911 Program and Next Generation 9-1-1 Initiative, […] More
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