India will spend over $600 million this fiscal on paramilitary forces modernization and on strengthening border security. Indian Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee announced this as part of his budget proposals for the current financial year ending March 2010
After being under contract for the northern border security, which is now under execution, EADS Defence and Security has been awarded (as prime contractor) the border security program covering the full borders of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This contract will be executed in the next 5 years and is the largest contract ever competed worldwide as a full solution
A snake that can slither along the ground, use its “eye” to snap up pictures and video of the enemy and beam it back to its controller has been developed by the Israeli military, according to reports in the Israeli media. The “robotic snake”, as the reports said can also be used in “suicide” missions by carrying a small payload and blowing itself up when in close proximity of the enemy
The Boeing Company received approximately $20 million contract from U.S
Motorola Inc. announced that a contract win with the Abu Dhabi police force, to provide an end to end wireless mobile video surveillance solution for the force’s vehicles and personnel
EADS DS has been awarded a contract worth approx. $38 million by the French procurement authority DGA for upgrading more than 1,000 IFF systems deployed by the French Air Force and Navy
US Government has extended their contract with Avon Protection for 100,000 M50 mask systems in respect of the second year of its 10 year sole source contract. A second award has now been received for the M50 JSGPM mask series requiring the delivery of a further 61,000 mask systems over the next year
IDenticard Systems will be releasing further enhancements to its new PremiSys Access Control Solution which features the company's expressionsID custom badge making capabilities, IPaddressable hardware as well as customizable user roles. "We are seeing attrition in the access control market, which is an unfortunate sign of the times," said Ric McCullough, Sales Manager, IDenticard Systems
FARNBOROUGH, England --- Northrop Grumman Corporation's Tanker team announced today that all four initial tanker System Design and Development (SDD) airframes are scheduled for final assembly and initial flight testing by the end of 2009. The first two SDD airframes have been built and flown, and are awaiting modification to the tanker configuration
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