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General Atomics’ aeronautical systems business has secured a one-year, $43.1 million cost-plus-fixed-fee order from the U.S. Navy under a previously issued basic ordering agreement to deliver a range of MQ-9A drone support services for the Marine Corps. The Department of Defense said Thursday GA-ASI will provide engineering, logistics support, capability development and sustainment services in support of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force Unmanned Aircraft System Expeditionary/Medium Altitude Long Endurance MQ-9A.

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General Atomics' aeronautical systems division and the U.S. Air Force Special Operations Command have showcased various capabilities in a concept development initiative aimed at enabling AFSOC to project air power using unmanned systems from beyond the horizon. The Adaptive Airborne Enterprise demonstrations involved proving the viability of the AFSOC RPA Control Suite in managing the MQ-9A drone for future integration efforts to incorporate the MQ-9B platform into the ARCS, General Atomics said Monday.

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An Advanced Air-Launched Effects platform was released from an MQ-20 Avenger unmanned aircraft system while in flight during a demonstration conducted at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah in November last year. General Atomics' aeronautical systems business said Thursday that the launch capped a series of demo activities of the A2LE platform, which covered not only flight but also manufacturing and structural testing.

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A General Atomics business unit will demonstrate the capability of its optical communications terminals aboard a satellite in low Earth orbit under a contract with the Space Development Agency. General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems is developing two OCTs for integration with two GA-75 satellites to support data sharing and other on-orbit computing resources.

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General Atomics’ aeronautical systems business used an MQ-20 Avenger unmanned aircraft to demonstrate its open standards-based autonomy architecture for unmanned combat air vehicles and a U.S. government-owned communications capability, dubbed Waveform X, during a flight test in November. The live test flight held at General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc.’s flight operations facility in El Mirage, California, used three L3Harris Technologies-built software-defined radios to support command and control, line of sight and data movement capabilities through the nonproprietary Waveform X platform, the company said Tuesday.

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General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. and two partners conducted in November a flight test to demonstrate the ability of the MQ-20 Avenger to carry out a multi-objective collaborative combat mission and close the find, fix, track, target, engage and assess engagement chain using various autonomy technologies. GA-ASI said Tuesday it had provided its weapon-target pairing and electronic warfare autonomy skills for the flight test, which took place at the company's Desert Horizon Flight Operations Facility in California.

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A General Atomics-led team has secured a three-year, $7.4 million grant from the Department of Energy to to build an integrated artificial intelligence and machine learning tool researchers can use to analyze fusion science data. Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Sapientai and the University of California will serve as team members on the fusion data platform development […] More
A General Atomics-led team has secured Department of Energy funds to build an integrated artificial intelligence and machine learning tool researchers can use to analyze fusion science data. Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Sapientai and the University of California's San Diego Supercomputer Center will be General Atomics' team members on the fusion data platform development project. More
A General Atomics-led team has secured Department of Energy funds to build an integrated artificial intelligence and machine learning tool researchers can use to analyze fusion science data. Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Sapientai and the University of California's San Diego Supercomputer Center will be General Atomics' team members on the fusion data platform development project. More
A General Atomics-led team has secured Department of Energy funds to build an integrated artificial intelligence and machine learning tool researchers can use to analyze fusion science data. Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Sapientai and the University of California's San Diego Supercomputer Center will be General Atomics' team members on the fusion data platform development project. More
A General Atomics-led team has secured Department of Energy funds to build an integrated artificial intelligence and machine learning tool researchers can use to analyze fusion science data. Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Sapientai and the University of California's San Diego Supercomputer Center will be General Atomics' team members on the fusion data platform development project. More
General Atomics‘ electromagnetic systems business unit has demonstrated the capability of its industrial supercritical water oxidation system to eliminate per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances-contaminated leachate from a municipal landfill. The iSCWO system is being tested at GA-EMS’ facility in San Diego in collaboration with landfill operators to gather test data verifying the technology’s capability to eliminate PFAS […] More
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