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BAE Systems uses sensor technology to give aircraft ‘smart skin’

Engineers at the BAE Systems Advanced Technology Centre are investigating a ‘smart skin’ concept for aircraft, which could be embedded with tens of thousands of micro-sensors.


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Boeing awarded $250 million contract to modernize NATO AWACS fleet

Aerospace & Defense

Boeing has received a contract from NATO worth approximately $250 million to install digital flight decks and avionics on 13 of the alliance’s Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft, which are based on the Boeing 707 commercial airplane.


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Harris Corp. receives order from Middle East Nation for wideband handheld radios

Harris Corp. has received a $15 million order to deliver its latest wideband handheld tactical radio to a country in the Middle East.


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Lockheed Martin laser guided bomb achieves objectives

Lockheed Martin’s Dual Mode Laser Guided Bomb (DMLGB) was successfully employed during recent U.S. Marine Corps weapons and tactics instructor training.


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Flying Next Generation Technologies at RIAT

 While attending the annual Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) and the biennial Farnborough International AirShow (FIA) 2014, I had the opportunity to attend a Lockheed Martin F-35/F-16 preview day held at RAF Fairford, the venue for RIAT, as well as taking a few days to attend FIA 2014. 


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Flying Next Generation Technologies at Farnborough

The UK was host to air shows recently with the annual Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) and the biennial Farnborough International AirShow (FIA) 2014. I had the opportunity to attend a Lockheed Martin F-35/F-16 preview day held at RAF Fairford, the venue for RIAT, as well as taking a few days to attend FIA 2014.


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Cubic awarded $1.8 M contract to supply common data link

Aerospace & Defense

 Cubic Corp. announced it has been awarded a contract valued at $1.8 million from Idaho National Laboratory to perform Phase one of a two-phase program to provide a common data link (CDL) for unmanned platforms, specifically Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (SUAS).  


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Co-existence Tests for S-Band Radar and LTE Networks

A Cost-Effective Approach to Simulation for Electronic Warfare Systems

Modular Platform Approach for UWB Radar System Design and Verification Challenges

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