BAE Systems XTS Guard 5 cyber security software has demonstrated its ability to provide United States intelligence organizations with access to geospatial imagery and data from BAE Systems Geospatial eXploitation Products (GXP) Platform. The system ensures secure sharing between networks of various security classifications and sections
Iran has conducted 700 drone strikes dropping smart-bombs against Islamic State group (IS) in Syria, its aerospace chief told Fars News Agency on Tuesday. "Our bomber drones have carried out 700 military operations using smart bombs against Daesh (Arabic name for IS)," said Brigadier General Amirali Hajizadeh, aerospace chief of the Revolutionary Guards, Fars reported
The armed forces of Taiwan yesterday conducted large-scale air, land and sea exercises from 5am to 8am on Monday as a response to a simulated Chinese invasion. The drill put into practice air and anti-air components of the ‘war plan,' which the armed forces have drawn according to experience derived from past Han Kuang military exercises, an official told
Two F-7 fighter jets of the Myanmar Air Force crashed in Minbu Township, Magway Region of Myanmar Tuesday morning killing two pilots and a 5th grade student when debris from the aircraft hit her on the ground. “Two military planes crashed
A Saudi Royal Air Force (RSAF) Hawk Jet aircraft crashed killing its two crew members in the northwestern region of the kingdom on Monday, the Saudi news agency SPA reported. Quoting an unnamed source, the SPA reported that the crash of the Hawk training aircraft occurred on Monday at noon during a training flight and authorities have begun an investigation to establish the cause of the crash
The US Army has ordered production of 155-millimeter self-propelled howitzer artillery vehicles as well as ammunition carrier tracked armored combat vehicles under a contract worth over $215 million. The Department of defense announced the contract on Friday, under which BAE Systems will produce M109A7 Self-Propelled Howitzer and the M992A3 Carrier Ammunition Tracked vehicles
Experts at BAE Systems are developing technologies to enable pilots to control the fighter jet of the future with the blink of an eye. BAE Systems specialist team of Human Factors engineers collaborates with pilots to better understand and anticipate their needs in this challenging environment
Qatar made a down payment today to BAE Systems to secure a deal from the UK to buy 24 Eurofighter Typhoon jets and nine Hawks besides a training package altogether worth about GBP 5 Billion in a deal underwritten by UK Export Finance. UK Export Finances (UKEF) £5bn package of support helped to secure the deal including by providing financing and insurance
BAE Systems has signed a cooperative agreement with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) for Phase 1 of a technical effort to transition gallium nitride (GaN) semiconductor technology developed by the US Air Force to its Advanced Microwave Products (AMP) Center. As part of the effort, BAE will transfer and further enhance the technology, and scale it to 6-inch wafers to slash per-chip costs and improve the accessibility of this defense-critical technology
BAE Systems introduced Epiphany, a new information security and risk management framework (RMF) capability, at the Air Force Associations Air, Space and Cyber Conference at National Harbor, Maryland, on Monday. Epiphany is a highly configurable solution that uses electronic workflows, centralized storage, and smart data optimization features to cut down on hours of labor and documentation and put enterprise data to work to solve agency challenges
The thermal imaging technology, developed by Leonardo in the UK, is being offered to the British Army as part of Team Challenger 2s bid, led by BAE Systems, to upgrade the Armys Main Battle Tank. Also known as ‘electro-optic technology, the thermal imaging system will help British troops identify potential threats and move undetected in hostile situations, while also shaving valuable seconds off reaction times, which can make the difference between mission success and failure
The US Navy has awarded a $146 million worth contract to BAE Systems ship repair subsidiary to repair and modernize the US Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser Gettysburg, the Department of Defense announced Monday. "BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair, Norfolk, Virginia is awarded a $146,342,267 firm-fixed-price contract for the execution of USS Gettysburg fiscal 2018 modernization period availability," the release said
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