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  1. Miniature inertial systems for stabilizing moving vehicular subsystems introduced by SBG

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    Thu, 2 Oct 2014

    RUEIL-MALMAISON, France, 2 Oct. 2014. SBG Systems s.a.s. in Rueil-Malmaison, France, is introducing the Ellipse series of miniature inertial systems for stabilizing or orientating vehicular subsystems while the vehicle is moving.

  2. AeroVironment joins Northrop Grumman in developing long-endurance maritime UAV for small ships

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    Thu, 2 Oct 2014

    ARLINGTON, Va., 2 Oct. 2014. Unmanned aircraft designers at AeroVironment Inc. in Monrovia, Calif., are moving forward on a program to develop a medium-altitude, long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that can launch and recover from relatively small ships for long-term maritime surveillance.

  1. Cat and mouse game continues in missile and counter-missile technologies

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    Tue, 30 Sep 2014

    THE MIL & AERO BLOG, 30 Sept. 2014. Military tactical missile defense has been receiving a great deal of attention lately among the U.S. military services. Based on recent contracts it would seem that top leaders in the Pentagon are intent on making enemy ground-to-air, air-to-air, and ...

  2. Dual channel A/D-D/A converter engine for EW, SIGINT, and beamforming introduced by Curtiss-Wright

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    Tue, 30 Sep 2014

    ASHBURN, Va., 30 Sept. 2014. The Curtiss-Wright Corp. Defense Solutions division in Ashburn, Va., is announcing volume production shipment of the VPX3-530 dual channel A/D converter-D/A converter engine for high-performance electronic warfare (EW), signals intelligence (SIGINT), direction finding,

  3. New Tomahawk missile, advancing aircraft missile defense, and nuclear missiles this week on Rapid Fire

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    Wed, 1 Oct 2014

    NASHUA, N.H., 1 Oct. 2014. New Tomahawk missiles on the way, pushing the state of the art in aircraft missile defense, and boosting the nation's nuclear deterrence force highlight this week's Rapid Fire interview with John Keller and Ernesto Burden of Military & Aerospace Electronics.

  4. Navy nearing end of competition to develop helicopter-based EW to protect ships from missiles

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    Wed, 1 Oct 2014

    WASHINGTON, 1 Oct. 2014. U.S. Navy surface-warfare experts will begin deciding next month on a contractor to design and build a helicopter-based long-range electronic warfare (EW) system to counter existing and future advanced anti-ship missiles. Officials of the Naval Sea Systems Command in ...

  5. FLIR thermal cameras for optical gas detection monitor gas pipelines from safe distances

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    Wed, 1 Oct 2014

    WILSONVILLE, Ore., 1 Oct. 2014. FLIR Systems Inc. in Wilsonville, Ore., is introducing the FLIR G300a, G300pt, and A6604 thermal cameras for optical gas detection for monitoring gas pipelines and installations from safe distances.

  6. Navy chooses DRS to provide TIH embedded computing, displays, and networking for Navy submarines

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    Tue, 30 Sep 2014

    KEYPORT, Wash., 30 Sept. 2014. Submarine electronics experts at DRS Laurel Technologies in Johnstown, Pa., will provide embedded computing, display, and networking hardware to upgrade U.S. and Australian combat submarines under terms of a $171.2 million contract announced Monday.

  7. Leidos chosen to participate in DARPA C2E program to develop jam-resistant communications

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    Mon, 29 Sep 2014

    CHARLESTON, S.C., 29 Sept 2014. Military communications experts at Leidos Inc. in Reston, Va., will help U.S. defense researchers on an electronic warfare (EW) program to develop jam-resistant communications and difficult-to-detect-communications technology to keep battlefield networks functioning

  8. Northrop Grumman moves forward on developing long-endurance maritime UAV for small ships

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    Mon, 29 Sep 2014

    ARLINGTON, Va., 29 Sept. 2014. Unmanned aircraft designers at Northrop Grumman Corp. are moving forward on a program to develop a medium-altitude, long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that can launch and recover from relatively small ships for long-term maritime surveillance.