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Collins Aerospace, a company formed by Rockwell Collins and United Technologies Corp.’s aerospace systems business, has designed a waste management platform that decreases the volume of space trash by 93 percent. The firm said Wednesday it developed the concept of an integrated Trash Compaction and Processing System as part of NASA’s Next Space Technologies for Exploration Partnerships-2 […] More
Iron Mountain has opened a facility in Suitland, Maryland, that is built to store records for federal customers and comply with National Archives and Records Administration  standards. The company said Monday its new 125,000-square-foot federal records facility is close to Joint Base Andrews and has approximately 1.5 million cubic feet of storage. Michael Lewis, vice president and general manager of […] More
Pacific Star Communications has received authorization from the U.S. Army to begin full-rate production of deployable and tactical communications modules in support of the service’s Transportable Tactical Command Communications program. PacStar’s 400-Series small form factor communication modules are designed to provide baseband networking support for the T2C2 program’s Heavy and Lite satellite terminals that work to provide […] More
The Aerospace Industries Association has named at least 20 executives from the government contracting sector to its board of governors for 2018. Thomas Kennedy, chairman and CEO of Raytheon, will succeed Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg as chairman of AIA, the trade group said Monday. William Brown, chairman, president and CEO of Harris, will serve as […] More
“I grew up as a kid watching the Apollo missions to the moon–what a great motivator to move into a career in engineering.” Space 2.0. The “new space.” What is really at stake for our place in space for 2018? With massive innovations in integrated technologies and satellite components, the community needs to come together […] More
Iron Mountain has opened an information management facility in Arkansas that is built to store up to 200,000 cubic feet of records and 260,000 data tapes for enterprise customers. The 23,000-square-foot building joins other local and regional Iron Mountain facilities that support data management, imaging and secure shredding operations, the company said Thursday. “We chose Little […] More
NASA has entered collaborative partnerships with 10 private companies in a move to further space technologies built to grow the commercial space sector and support future space agency missions. The space agency said Friday its space technology mission directorate forged the alliances via the Announcement of Collaborative Opportunity solicitation that paves the way for space act agreements between […] More
The U.S. Army‘s Edgewood Chemical Biological Center seeks information on potential industry and government sources of light detection and ranging technologies that can detect chemical vapors and biological aerosols. ECBC is surveying commercial and government off-the-shelf longwave infrared LIDAR tools that can perform chemical and biological standoff detection in mobile or fixed sites at ranges of up […] More
Australia has picked two industry teams to compete for a program that seeks to expand and update the country’s networked simulation capability in support of virtual, live and constructive integration, Shephard Media reported Monday. The Australian defense force downselected the consortia led by Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman for the JP 9711 Core Simulation Capability program. […] More
The Australian air force has flown the first upgraded BAE Systems-built Hawk trainer aircraft. Updates to the aircraft include the replacement of two synthetic training tools and installation of three CAE-developed mission simulators as well as electronic warfare, simulated radar, traffic collision avoidance system and ground proximity warning equipment, BAE said Wednesday. Upgrade work on Hawk […] More
A U.S. Navy official has said the service branch plans to issue this month a request for proposals for a program that seeks to develop a network of large underwater unmanned systems designed to function as communication tools, Defense News reported Tuesday. Valerie Insinna writes Capt. Jon Rucker said at a briefing at the Surface Navy […] More
Raytheon has partnered with CSRA, General Dynamics, and Leidos to compete for a contract to sustain the U.S. Army‘s training devices and digital ranges worldwide. The Raytheon-led team also includes 17 small businesses and proposed the InSITE information management system to the Army Training Aids, Devices, Simulators and Simulations Maintenance Program, Raytheon said Tuesday. InSITE is designed to help users access maintenance and program data such as information […] More
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