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General Atomics’ aeronautical systems company has completed the flight test for a sense-and-avoid radar aboard a remotely piloted aircraft in an effort to further the aircraft’s integration into international and domestic airspace. General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. flight-tested a due regard radar on Predator B and the radar system performed collision avoidance maneuvers onboard the […] More
Gregory Gernhardt, who formerly led an engine program for the Airbus A320, has been promoted to lead the commercial engines area at Pratt & Whitney, a division of United Technologies. In his new role, Gernhardt will will be responsible for all commercial Engines program management, sales and marketing activities, United Technologies said Thursday. “For the past five […] More
Lockheed Martin has selected a subsidiary of IBC Advanced Alloys to supply beryllium-aluminum cast components for the F-35 jet’s electro-optical targeting system under a $2 million initial contract. IBC Engineered Materials will perform engineering and hard-tooling services and use the Beralcast beryllium-aluminum alloy to build an EOTS azimuth gimbal housing for the F-35, IBC said Monday. “A key attribute […] More
Joe Ciano serves as vice president for capture operations and excellence at Lockheed Martin’s information systems & global solutions (IS&GS) organization. In this role, he is responsible for new business capture, major program new business pursuits, financial strategies, proposal operations and competitive intelligence for an $8.3 billion business area serving government and commercial customers worldwide. Prior to this position, […] More
NASA engineers have assessed a Boeing-built cryogenic fuel tank in a series of tests that simulated the physical stresses a rocket experiences during launch. Testing on the 5.5-meter composite cryotank occurred inside a platform at the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama, NASA said Tuesday. “This is the culmination of a three-year effort to […] More
A new MarketsandMarkets report forecasts the three-dimensional sensor market to be worth $3.4 billion by 2020 and achieve a compound annual growth rate of 23.43 percent over the next six years. The market research and consulting firm said Monday that it attributes the potential growth to continued research and development, supply chain and distribution improvements, and potential applications in the consumer, media […] More
An International Maritime Organization subcommittee has endorsed the approval of Iridium‘s application to offer satellite communication services through the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System. The application is still subject to review by an independent expert panel before final approval by IMO’s maritime safety committee, Iridium said Monday. “The overwhelming support for our application to […] More
A joint venture of Thales Group and Finmeccanica has secured a contract to design and develop a satellite platform that will work to deliver mobile and broadcasting services across multiple spectrum networks. Thales Alenia Space will build a dual-mission telecommunications satellite for Inmarsat and Greek satcom operator Hellas-Sat, Thales Group said Thursday. Under the agreement, […] More
The Federal Aviation Administration has given Virgin Galactic the go-ahead to offer space travel through the company’s facilities in New Mexico and commercial chartered flights could be available as early as December, The Wire reported Friday. Polly Mosendz writes the approval from the aviation authority includes rules on how Virgin Galactic’s space flights will operate […] More
Lockheed Martin has test-fired a Javelin missile from its turret during a demonstration at the Cranfield Ordnance Test and Evaluation Center in England. The company’s UK and U.S. teams worked together for nine months produce the turret and then fire both a 30-milimeter cannon and a Javelin missile, Lockheed Martin said Thursday. Alan Lines, vice president […] More
The Northern Virginia Technology Council has chosen the winners of a four-week innovation competition that had 29 participating technology companies. The Destination Innovation competition amassed 75,000 total votes during the course of the competition through the Washington Post’s Capital Business website, NVTC announced Thursday. LynxFit won the social category, Homesnap won the commerce category, LMI […] More
Rob Zitz joined Leidos in August 2011 – when it was known as Science Applications International Corp. – as senior vice president and chief ISR systems architect after a three-decade government career that culminated in a deputy director role at the National Reconnaissance Office. The Wash100 inductee and former senior Secret Service deputy associate director leads Leidos’ work to help intelligence […] More
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