U.S. Naval Air Systems Command has awarded Vision Systems International, LLC (VSI), a $6.7 million contract for night vision cueing and display units, including hardware and associated support equipment. Under the terms of the agreement, the company will provide image intensified night vision with symbology insertion, significantly expanding the capability of the Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System for round-the clock operations.
Does the term "social media" turn people off from the power of these collaborative tools? Christopher Dorobek suggests so in this month's Incoming column, "The War on Social Media."
It's the holidays-time to build up that stash of generic gifts for parties, both business and personal. A bottle of wine is always a nice gesture, unless-like me-you know nothing about wine. The following applications can help make navigating the world of wine a bit easier.
"It's not like your wireless at home, where you plug it in and you're good to go. There's a bunch of additional things that we're forced to do because we're putting it in a hardened military environment."
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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded Mustang Technology Group a $8,189,000 contract to provide 25 Crosshairs systems for installation into Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles and to begin integration of the Crosshairs system, equipped with the Iron Curtain active protection system onto an MRAP for testing.
The U.S. Army has awarded AAI Corporation a $15,855,517 contract change order modification to fund a re-wing engineering change proposal for the Shadow unmanned aircraft system (UAS). The Shadow UAS provides Army units with near real-time surveillance, reconnaissance and target acquisition capabilities.
Thales has been awarded a contract to supply 19 Low Level Transportable Radar (LLTR) systems to the Indian air force. Each LLTR system consists of a Ground Smarter 100 radar, operational and communications shelters, an energy subsystem, a mobility subsystem and personnel living quarters.
The Lockheed Martin Corporation has been awarded a $43,988,555 modification to a previously awarded contract to upgrade seven P-3C aircraft for the government of Pakistan. Under the contract, the company will replace obsolete and unsustainable avionics system with modern equipment.