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A Teledyne Technologies business will deliver recoverable and reusable loitering munition drone platforms to the U.S. Marine Corps under a potential $249 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract. The company said Monday Teledyne FLIR Defense will support USMC's Organic Precision Fires-Light program, under which the contractor will provide the first 127 loitering munition systems for test and evaluation.

A Teledyne FLIR business will provide nano-unmanned aerial systems, control equipment and spare parts to the U.S. Army under a five-year, $93.9 million contract. The service branch is procuring 33-gram Black Hornet 3 drones with training services from Teledyne FLIR Defense through the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, the company said Monday. Black Hornet 3 is a personal […] More
Teledyne FLIR has completed the 1,000th delivery of a company-built unmanned ground vehicle under the U.S. Army’s Man Transportable Robotic System Increment II contract. The Army and three other service branches have collectively ordered more than $250 million in Centaur robots since the contract was awarded in 2017, Teledyne FLIR said Wednesday. Military customers procured […] More
Teledyne FLIR‘s defense business has landed a $48.7 million award to supply infrared sensors and surveillance imaging systems to the U.S. Coast Guard for use on its vessels. The firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract will cover Maritime Forward Looking Infrared II sensors and SeaFLIR 280-HD variants that will be installed into Coast Guard Cutters for law enforcement […] More
Teledyne FLIR’s unmanned ground systems division has received a $62.1 million firm-fixed-price contract from the U.S. Army to provide robotic systems that assist in locating and discarding unexploded ordnance and improvised explosive devices. The Department of Defense said Wednesday work on the Army’s Man Transportable Robotic System Increment II program will approximately run through Oct. 2, 2023. The […] More
Teledyne FLIR‘s unmanned ground systems division will provide technical support to the U.S. Army’s robotic payloads under a $78.6 million contract. The Department of Defense said Tuesday work under the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract runs through May 21, 2027. Separately, Teledyne Flir announced a $14 million order from the Army to supply soldiers with updated nano unmanned […] More
A Teledyne Technologies business has introduced a payload designed to provide small unmanned aerial systems with laser-based target management capability. The StormCaster-DX laser target designator payload is built for the FLIR R80D SkyRaider UAS platform and uses a Laser Spot Tracker for target area management, enabling a capability previously available only on larger drones or […] More
A Teledyne Technologies business has introduced air domain awareness and counter-unmanned aerial system capabilities for its lightweight vehicle surveillance system designed to detect and mitigate drone threats. Teledyne FLIR Defense said Tuesday the LVSS ADA C-UAS system uses a three-dimensional radar, electro-optical/infrared camera, multi-spectral imager and radio frequency sensors to identify and display a drone’s […] More
Curtiss-Wright and Teledyne FLIR have partnered to provide unmanned and integrated technologies for the Department of Energy and the country’s nuclear power market. Lynn Bamford, president and CEO of Curtiss-Wright and a previous Wash100 awardee, said in a statement published Thursday the company’s partnership with the Teledyne Technologies subsidiary is an effort aimed at expanding […] More
Teledyne FLIR, a Teledyne Technologies subsidiary, has elevated 20-year electronics and defense executive Anne Bulik to vice president of its unmanned aerial systems business unit. Bulik most recently led the UAS unit’s Waterloo, Ontario division, and will now oversee an ongoing business expansion aimed at meeting increased customer demands for advanced drone offerings, payloads and […] More

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded FLIR Systems a potential five-year, $20.5 million contract to produce a fabric material with built-in features that could offer warfighters protection from harmful biological and chemical agents. FLIR said Monday it initially secured $11.2 million from the agency to perform prototyping work under the Personalized Protective Biosystems effort with the goal of creating a suite of fabrics and garments for military use.

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