Over the next two days, hackers from across the globe will team up on nearly every continent for the second Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) event aimed at finding solutions to real-world problems in areas affected by natural disasters.
Computing speed and accuracy are coveted goals, as is software that enables information to be broken down into the most specified subject groupings. Can these software tools become even more discerning, and if so, what other applications await them? How about dual-use technologies beyond the military? Share your opinions and ideas here.
Raytheon Company has received a $2.3 million modification to a previous firm-fixed-price contract for the procurement of 53 fiscal 2010 Tomahawk composite capsule launching system capsules. Under the contract, awarded by the Naval Air Systems Command, Patuxent River, Maryland, work will be performed at more than 11 different locations in the United States with an expected completion date of February 2012.
Tactical Communications Group (TCG) has been awarded a U.S. Navy contract to provide realistic Link 16 training software for the Navy's West Coast EA-6B/EA-18G training squadron at Whidbey Island Washington Naval Air Station. Under the contract, the company will train pilots and ground operational personnel on datalink tactics, techniques, and procedures using TCG's ground tactical datalink system.