Lockheed Martin Delivers Third Satellite Payload System

July 3, 2013 @ 11:04 AM

Lockheed Martin delivered the third "highly elliptical earth orbit" satellite payload system, enhancing the U.S

Four GLONASS Satellites To Be Launched This Year

June 14, 2013 @ 09:43 AM

Russia plans to launch four satellites for the GLONASS navigation system by the end of this year, the Aerospace Defense Forces head said. "Three GLONASS satellites are scheduled to be launched on board of a Proton carrier rocket in July from the Baikonur space center and another one is planned to...

Raytheon Completes Second GPS III Launch Exercise

April 30, 2013 @ 01:59 PM

Raytheon has successfully completed the second launch readiness exercise for the U.S

U.S Army To Develop Next-Generation Technology To Limit Dependence On GPS

April 29, 2013 @ 08:54 AM

The U.S Army, along with DARPA, is developing the next generation in navigation technology in an effort to limit its dependence on GPS

Thales awarded contract for supply of SATCOM equipment to Australia

May 20, 2010 @ 12:00 AM

Greg Combet, Minister for Defence Materiel and Science, today announced that the Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD) Alliance has selected Thales Australia Limited as the preferred supplier for satellite communications (SATCOM) equipment for the Hobart Class destroyers. “The AWD will go to sea with a communications system that will not only meet the operational needs of a modern warship, but also allows the ship’s crew to keep in touch with family and friends via email and internet services,” Mr Combet said

Thales Alenia Space to Deliver Very-High-Resolution Optical Imaging Instrument to Astrium

July 10, 2008 @ 12:00 AM

CANNES, France --- Thales Alenia Space is ready to deliver the high-resolution (HR) optical imaging instrument for integration in the first Pleiades earth observation satellite.>> The Pleiades project is part of ORFEO*, a joint Franco-Italian initiative by the countries' national space agencies CNES and ASI, marking a major technological advance in optical earth observation systems