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A Raytheon subsidiary has received a potential four-year, $7.7 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to develop a software that works to extend the life cycle of mobile networked systems and manage resource-linked modifications in mobile applications. Raytheon BBN Technologies will work to combine program synthesis and analysis, resource specification and runtime methods to develop the […] More
A Raytheon subsidiary has been selected by U.S. utility firms to supply install a system for detecting incoming gunfire at several power plants in the mid-Atlantic region. Raytheon BBN Technologies received an initial order of 110 Boomerang shooter detection systems from the utility sector and is working with operators to deploy the technology across the […] More
For centuries, humanity has harbored a profound desire to venture into the vast expanse of space. In recent years, a number of space and mission companies have emerged, dedicated to advancing the frontiers of space exploration and developing new space technologies. These companies have been actively engaged in various initiatives, from conducting scientific research and […] More
Google has signed an agreement to provide George Mason University students access to select cybersecurity and artificial intelligence training and certification programs on the company’s cloud platform. Christian Michael, public sector training lead at Google Cloud, wrote in a blog post published Wednesday the partnership aims to help fill talent gaps in the cybersecurity industry, […] More
RTX‘s research and development organization has secured a $6.6 million contract with the Department of Defense to develop multi-hop mobile ad hoc network technology for military 5G communications. The company said Thursday that BBN will carry out the two-year project as part of the Opportunistic eXtemporarY 5G Encrypted Network program led by DOD’s FutureG and […] More
The research and development arm of Raytheon Technologies has secured a contract to develop mission planning and command and control software for the U.S. Air Force’s rocket cargo initiative.  Raytheon BBN team will design and create collaborative planning and C2 processes and tools in support of the project that aims to use commercial technologies to […] More
Raytheon Technologies is an electronics and defense industry leader serving the Department of Defense (DoD) and other federal government agencies since its founding in 1922. The company has crafted and developed machinery for its local and international clients. Want to know the latest activities of Raytheon with the government? Here, we’ve compiled the five Raytheon […] More
Raytheon Technologies‘ intelligence and space business demonstrated a tactical communication platform during an Air Force Research Laboratory exercise at the Stockbridge test site in New York.  Raytheon Intelligence and Space said Thursday the Raytheon BBN team utilized its Robust Information Provisioning Layer system to allow for multi-domain communications in the operational environment. During the demo, […] More
The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity has awarded contracts to six lead organizations for the study of artificial intelligence techniques that could advance linguistic fingerprinting technology. The awardees will participate in the Human Interpretable Attribution of Text Using Underlying Structure program, which aims to create AI technologies capable of multilingual authorship attribution and privacy preservation, […] More
A Raytheon Technologies subsidiary has received a five-year, $11.9 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to develop a globally linked Ising machine platform with superconducting electronics components. Raytheon BBN will build and integrate analog and digital control hardware, create an application programming interface and map “algorithms for specific non-deterministic polynomial time hard problems to […] More
Two Six Technologies has released an open-source mobile application that works to calculate the central point of an in-person meeting while preserving the privacy of user information. Coffeebreak employs a cryptographic method called multiparty calculation to encrypt location data in Android devices of up to 10 meetup participants, Two Six said Monday. The source code […] More
A Raytheon Technologies business was tapped to build an automated tool for collecting civil affairs field data and disseminating information to ensure operational awareness of the Department of Defense and foreign partner organizations. Development work on the Civil Knowledge Integration – Tactical Assault Kit is under an 18-month contract and is aimed at cutting down […] More
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