All of us conducting business on eNetworking sites like Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, and the others are running into a problem: a growing number of companies and other organizations are coming up with policies that ban the use of so-called “social networking” at work.
Precision-guided munitions have become synonymous with the U.S. military in the past two decades, with each new advance in technology increasing the ability to hit a specific target with a single shot while greatly reducing the danger of collateral damage.
Savi, a Lockheed Martin company in Mountain View, Calif., won orders worth $6.6 million for standards-based active radio-frequency identification (RFID) tracking technologies and accompanying services under the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) RFID III procurement contract.
KSG Kraftwerks-Simulator-Gesellschaft MBH of Essen, Germany, needed CPU blade and I/O controller hardware and other embedded systems technology for a D46 nuclear power plant simulator that will become operational in 2010.
Boeing Co. avionics designers needed rugged military information display systems for the future P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft—a converted Boeing 737 jetliner that will replace the P-3 Orion turboprop.
Cobham Defence Communications in Blackburn, England, is introducing a maritime system to provide naval and coast guard boarding parties with long-range situational awareness and blue force tracking capability through encrypted image and data transfer for anti-piracy and other maritime security applications.
AR Modular RF in Bothell, Wash., is introducing a 50-watt auto-tuning, multi-band tactical RF amplifier to help soldiers maintain constant, reliable military radio communications in demanding environments.
Leveraging the power of server-class processors is no longer relegated to the confines of data centers. Through several innovations, Mercury Systems has ruggedized Intel’s server-class chips for deployment. ...
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According to presenters from Kontron and Gedae Inc., there’s were a way to cut that time in half – or more – and produce a sensor-processing prototype in six to nine months, rather than a year and a ha...