Kongsberg has won a contract to deliver Sea Protector remote weapon stations (RWS) for Royal Norwegian Navy's (RNoN) combat vessels. The Sea Protector is a remotely controlled, fully-stabilised sensor platform and weapon mount, designed to enhances the ability of the host vessel, supporting surveillance- and control missions
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is evaluating a number of TCOM aerostat systems to assess their airborne persistent surveillance capabilities for border patrol operations. TCOM has supplied 17M and 22M tactical class aerostats and 38M operational class aerostats to DHS for assessment in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas,...
Cassidian has been selected by German Armed Forces in order to upgrade their identification systems to NATOs new “Mode 5” IFF standard. Germany is taking the pioneering role in the modernisation of all NATO identification systems, whose task is to differentiate between friendly and enemy aircraft and thus to reduce the...
General Dynamics has received a contract from the U.S
Northrop Grumman has been awarded a pre-planned product improvement (P3I) contract for the Joint Tactical Ground Station (JTAGS) from the U.S
General Dynamics has won a Network-Centric Solutions (NETCENTS) contract valued $25.3 million in order to provide modernized base-level network security boundary support to the U
Exelis will debut an innovative new electronic warfare (EW) solution at the 50th Annual AOC Symposium and Conference at the Marriott Wardman Park, Washington D.C
Harris Corporation (HRS) has won a $65 million contract modification for satellite data and communications support to the U.S
Sofradir has teamed up with Frances Onera research organization to develop new thermal imaging technologies under a five-year partnership deal. The deal, known as a partner research innovation (PRI) agreement, will see the two concerns develop thermal imaging technologies for next-generation infrared detectors
Exelis has received a five-year, $121.8 million contract for end-to-end systems engineering support from the U
General Dynamics has won a contract to develop an automated computer-network defence capability to enhance the security of the Canadian Department of National Defence's (DND) networks. The ARMOUR project, conceptualized by Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC), will develop and integrate advanced scientific and technological solutions to the increasingly challenging and complex problem of defending DND networks, protecting their mission-critical information
Northrop Grumman will highlight its maritime security capabilities at the Pacific 2013 International Maritime Exposition in Sydney. "Northrop Grumman is committed to supporting the Australian Defence Force and to providing affordable capabilities in C4ISR, unmanned systems, cyber and logistics," said Ian Irving, chief executive Australia, Northrop Grumman Corporation