• Logos conducts first Redkite sensor flight aboard a tactical UAS

    Key Points The three-hour test showed that Redkite could operate from an Integrator UAS The Redkite payload operates on less than 300 W Logos Technologies' Redkite wide-area sensor flew aboard a Boeing Integrator Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) in early February. The test marked the first time the

  • EDA seeks satcom provision for EU's expeditionary missions

    The European Defence Agency (EDA) is seeking the provision of satellite communications services on behalf of the EU's expeditionary common security and defence policy (CSDP) operations, and to support the member states' crisis management activities. Worth EUR20 million (USD21.2 million), the

  • Elbit to upgrade Mi-17 helos of 'Asia-Pacific' country

    Elbit Systems is to upgrade the Mil Mi-17 'Hip' transport helicopters of an undisclosed Asia-Pacific country over the next five years, the company announced on 8 February. The project is valued at USD110 million, including post-upgrade maintenance, and will see the avionics of "dozens of

  • Raytheon to demonstrate anti-jam SATCOM system

    The US Air Force (USAF) has tasked Raytheon with demonstrating a new communications technology that will continuously link tactical users with higher levels of command when operating in contested environments. The objective of the USD37 million Protected Tactical Services Field Demonstration

  • US Navy sticks with AAG as future carrier arrestor system

    Senior US Navy (USN) officials have confirmed that the service will install the new Advanced Arresting Gear (AAG) system on the future USS John F Kennedy (CVN 79) and subsequent Ford-class nuclear-powered aircraft carriers after ruling out a return to the legacy Mk 7 Mod 4 recovery system.

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  • SideArm undergoes successful testing

    Aurora Flight Sciences has successfully tested a full-scale technology demonstrator of the SideArm unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) retrieval system. Video of the tests released by the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) shows several instances of the SideArm system capturing a 400 lb
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