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Mercury Systems has supplied the final radar processing hardware that Raytheon, an RTX business, will integrate into an initial production batch of Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor systems for the U.S. Army. More than 160 processors have been delivered to support the first six sensors under a proof of manufacturing contract between the […] More
Naval Air Systems Command has awarded Mercury Systems a potential five-year, $83 million contract to deliver digital head-up display systems in support of the U.S. Navy’s pilot training efforts. Mercury Systems said Wednesday it will provide up to 300 HUD1080 high-definition digital display technology for installation aboard the Navy’s T-45 Goshawk training aircraft under the […] More
Northrop Grumman delivered a modernized E-6B Mercury aircraft to the U.S. Navy as part of the Integrated Modification and Maintenance contract, completing the modification project on the first aircraft in approximately one year. During the upgrade process, the E-6B aircraft was equipped with five kits to boost its airborne command, control and communication functions, the […] More
The National Security Agency has granted certification to Mercury Systems for its data encryption platform designed to safeguard classified information from local or remote threats. The Jannson Data-At-Rest is designated as an NSA Type 1 product for cryptographically securing government data classified secret and below collected by avionics, unmanned sensors, communication, surveillance and wearable systems, […] More
Northrop Grumman has begun to implement its five-year, $111 million deal with the U.S. Navy to update key functions of E-6B Mercury airborne command planes. The company accepted last month the first aircraft that will go through Block II system enhancements at the Aircraft Maintenance and Fabrication Center in Lake Charles, Louisiana, the Naval Air […] More
William Conley, senior vice president and chief technology officer of Mercury Systems, was tapped to chair the newly established advisory board of Sensor Open System Architecture Consortium while Ken Hermanny, company senior director and general manager, was also named to the board. The company said Thursday both executives will be tasked to inform the SOSA […] More
The federal business arm of VAST Data and Mercury Systems have teamed up to develop rugged data storage systems meant to support information flow from the edge to command and control centers. VAST Data said Tuesday its Ceres storage platform concept will be applied to upcoming Mercury-built data repositories to meet the military’s requirements for […] More
Mercury Systems has rolled out new data recorder, storage and transfer systems designed to facilitate secure data exchange for both rotary- and fixed-wing aircraft conducting intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations. The new releases are the High Definition Video Recorder family, the Advanced Data Transfer Systems and the Data Storage Systems that all feature open architectures […] More
Mercury Systems has secured a $17 million delivery order to provide the U.S. Naval Air Warfare Center’s Aircraft Division with advanced data transfer systems that will be installed on its platforms. The Andover, Massachusetts-based aerospace and defense company said Thursday the order is made under a potential $84.9 million firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract awarded to Physical Optics, […] More
Mercury Systems and CoreAVI have signed a licensing agreement to deliver the latter’s safety-certified graphics and video platforms and graphic processing units to customers in the aerospace and defense industry. Under the partnership, Mercury said Tuesday it will serve as the exclusive global sales platform that will integrate the software of CoreAVI with commercial-off-the-shelf hardware […] More
Airbus‘ defense and space division has partnered with Mercury Systems to study, develop, demonstrate, verify and certify technologies for autonomous flights. The two companies said Tuesday they will jointly work on autonomous and flight control programs with a focus on algorithms and the environments where the systems will operate. Airbus and Mercury have signed a […] More
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