Rockwell Collins has won a contract from CAE to provide Visual Display Systems for French Air Force’s Pilatus PC-21 simulators.
Rockwell Collins will develop two Spectraview Visual Display Systems (VDS) in Salt Lake City, under a subcontract awarded by CAE. Also, the contract involves integrating the systems at the CAE facility in Montreal.
The systems’ final installation will be supported in France, the Rockwell collins announced Thursday.
Rockwell Collins will also be providing training for maintaining and operating the VDS, as well as spares.
“This collaborative international program taps into the strengths of each team member and will provide French Air Force pilots with a highly realistic and reliable training environment to prepare them for any mission,” said Lee Obst, managing director, Rockwell Collins in Canada.
Rockwell Collins will be providing its ARINC knowledge-based support services as part of a five year, $37.4 billion Command, Control, Communications, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Responsive Strategic Sources for Services (RS3) contract awarded by the US Army
Pakistan Air Force has selected Rockwell Collins Flight2 avionics system for the upgrade of up to 11 C-130E and 5 C-130B aircraft. Rockwell Collins will provide the integrated avionics suite along with training and technical support during installation, the company announced today
The US Navy awarded Rockwell Collins a contract worth $142 million to procure Tactical Combat Training System. “Rockwell Collins, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is being awarded a $142,356,338 cost-plus-incentive-fee, fixed-price-incentive, firm-fixed-price contract for procurement of the Tactical Combat Training System Increment II (TCTS Inc II) environment improvement of the air combat training with rangeless air combat and secure air-to-air and air-to-ground data link,” the US Department of Defense announced Tuesday
Rockwell Collins signed an agreement with Taqnia Aeronautics as well as with the latter's defense and security technology subsidiaries to collaborate for work on military rotary and fixed wing avionics in Saudi Arabia. The partnership will cover work on aircraft assembled, manufactured and updated in Saudi Arabia, the company announced today
Rockwell Collins was awarded $27 million to activate a depot capability for the US Navy P-8A Poseidon aircraft HF-121C and miscellaneous radio components. Under contract through 2020, establishing this depot capability creates military jobs, reduces the repair pipeline and improves availability of aircraft
Boeing and Airbus have raised concerns about United Technologies plan to acquire Rockwell Collins saying that the deal would raise costs and slow down production of planes. Boeing and Airbus are equipment clients of United Technologies and Rockwell Collins
Rockwell Collins has delivered the latest generation Digital GPS Anti-Jam Receiver (DIGAR) airborne anti-jam and anti-spoofing technology to the US Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC). The enhanced solution provides airborne anti-jam capability with over 10,000 times improved jamming resistance over the previous model, the company announced Thursday
Australia's Chief of Air Force has completed first flight in the Lockheed Martin's AIR 5428 Pilatus PC-21 Pilot Training System. The Chief of Air Force's first flight of the in-service Pilatus PC-21 aircraft was shown at a media event hosted by Australian Minister for Defence Senator Marise Payne, in East Sale, Australia yesterday
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