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Mapping firm Optimal GEO gets new owner

by Marc Selinger

US engineering company Woolpert has expanded its geospatial portfolio by acquiring US small business Optimal GEO, which provides imagery-based mapping and other services to the defence and intelligence community, Woolpert announced on 9 September.

These expanded geospatial services, combined with our [architecture, engineering, and geospatial] capabilities, enable us to provide integrated solutions to address diverse client needs,” Woolpert senior vice-president Joseph Seppi said.

Optimal, which has more than 100 employees, will gain access to greater resources by joining Woolpert, which has more than 1,300 employees and its own fleet of aircraft and sensors, according to the announcement.

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Mapping firm Optimal GEO gets new owner

by Marc Selinger

US engineering company Woolpert has expanded its geospatial portfolio by acquiring US small business Optimal GEO, which provides imagery-based mapping and other services to the defence and intelligence community, Woolpert announced on 9 September.

These expanded geospatial services, combined with our [architecture, engineering, and geospatial] capabilities, enable us to provide integrated solutions to address diverse client needs,” Woolpert senior vice-president Joseph Seppi said.

Optimal, which has more than 100 employees, will gain access to greater resources by joining Woolpert, which has more than 1,300 employees and its own fleet of aircraft and sensors, according to the announcement.


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DSEI 2021: Saudi Arabia continuing to build on engagement opportunities for foreign suppliers

by Charles Forrester

Saudi Arabia is continuing to promote inward investment and contracting opportunities in its defence industry, His Excellency Ahmad Abdulaziz Al-Ohali, Governor of the General Authority for Military Industries (GAMI), told Janes during the DSEI 2021 trade show in London.

“We have identified that we have up to 74 supply chain opportunities that branch into hundreds of billions of dollars of opportunities worldwide,” Al-Ohali said. “This represents a green-field environment for people who want to invest and who want to join our journey.”


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DSEI 2021: Babcock outlines Arrowhead 140 bid for Greece

by Charles Forrester

Babcock is bidding the Arrowhead 140 design for Greece's naval modernisation programme, with the company also proposing significant in-country development and support. (Babcock)

Babcock has outlined to Janes its approach to the four pillars required for Greece's naval procurement programme, for which it is bidding the Arrowhead 140 frigate.

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CPI to buy L3Harris radome business

by Marc Selinger

US-based Communications & Power Industries (CPI) has agreed to acquire L3Harris Technologies' Electronic Space Systems Corporation (ESSCO), saying the ground radome manufacturer will complement its airborne and shipboard radome business.

ESSCO makes radomes that protect satellite communications antennas, military and commercial radars, and telemetry systems from strong winds, snow, and other harsh environmental conditions. The radomes range in diameter from 6–200 ft (1.8–61 m).


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US engineering company Woolpert has expanded its geospatial portfolio by acquiring US small business...

Mapping firm Optimal GEO gets new owner

by Marc Selinger

US engineering company Woolpert has expanded its geospatial portfolio by acquiring US small business Optimal GEO, which provides imagery-based mapping and other services to the defence and intelligence community, Woolpert announced on 9 September.

These expanded geospatial services, combined with our [architecture, engineering, and geospatial] capabilities, enable us to provide integrated solutions to address diverse client needs,” Woolpert senior vice-president Joseph Seppi said.

Optimal, which has more than 100 employees, will gain access to greater resources by joining Woolpert, which has more than 1,300 employees and its own fleet of aircraft and sensors, according to the announcement.


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DSEI 2021: Saudi Arabia continuing to build on engagement opportunities for foreign suppliers

by Charles Forrester

Saudi Arabia is continuing to promote inward investment and contracting opportunities in its defence industry, His Excellency Ahmad Abdulaziz Al-Ohali, Governor of the General Authority for Military Industries (GAMI), told Janes during the DSEI 2021 trade show in London.

“We have identified that we have up to 74 supply chain opportunities that branch into hundreds of billions of dollars of opportunities worldwide,” Al-Ohali said. “This represents a green-field environment for people who want to invest and who want to join our journey.”


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DSEI 2021: Babcock outlines Arrowhead 140 bid for Greece

by Charles Forrester

Babcock is bidding the Arrowhead 140 design for Greece's naval modernisation programme, with the company also proposing significant in-country development and support. (Babcock)

Babcock has outlined to Janes its approach to the four pillars required for Greece's naval procurement programme, for which it is bidding the Arrowhead 140 frigate.

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CPI to buy L3Harris radome business

by Marc Selinger

US-based Communications & Power Industries (CPI) has agreed to acquire L3Harris Technologies' Electronic Space Systems Corporation (ESSCO), saying the ground radome manufacturer will complement its airborne and shipboard radome business.

ESSCO makes radomes that protect satellite communications antennas, military and commercial radars, and telemetry systems from strong winds, snow, and other harsh environmental conditions. The radomes range in diameter from 6–200 ft (1.8–61 m).


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US engineering company Woolpert has expanded its geospatial portfolio by acquiring US small business...

Mapping firm Optimal GEO gets new owner

by Marc Selinger

US engineering company Woolpert has expanded its geospatial portfolio by acquiring US small business Optimal GEO, which provides imagery-based mapping and other services to the defence and intelligence community, Woolpert announced on 9 September.

These expanded geospatial services, combined with our [architecture, engineering, and geospatial] capabilities, enable us to provide integrated solutions to address diverse client needs,” Woolpert senior vice-president Joseph Seppi said.

Optimal, which has more than 100 employees, will gain access to greater resources by joining Woolpert, which has more than 1,300 employees and its own fleet of aircraft and sensors, according to the announcement.


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DSEI 2021: Saudi Arabia continuing to build on engagement opportunities for foreign suppliers

by Charles Forrester

Saudi Arabia is continuing to promote inward investment and contracting opportunities in its defence industry, His Excellency Ahmad Abdulaziz Al-Ohali, Governor of the General Authority for Military Industries (GAMI), told Janes during the DSEI 2021 trade show in London.

“We have identified that we have up to 74 supply chain opportunities that branch into hundreds of billions of dollars of opportunities worldwide,” Al-Ohali said. “This represents a green-field environment for people who want to invest and who want to join our journey.”


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DSEI 2021: Babcock outlines Arrowhead 140 bid for Greece

by Charles Forrester

Babcock is bidding the Arrowhead 140 design for Greece's naval modernisation programme, with the company also proposing significant in-country development and support. (Babcock)

Babcock has outlined to Janes its approach to the four pillars required for Greece's naval procurement programme, for which it is bidding the Arrowhead 140 frigate.

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CPI to buy L3Harris radome business

by Marc Selinger

US-based Communications & Power Industries (CPI) has agreed to acquire L3Harris Technologies' Electronic Space Systems Corporation (ESSCO), saying the ground radome manufacturer will complement its airborne and shipboard radome business.

ESSCO makes radomes that protect satellite communications antennas, military and commercial radars, and telemetry systems from strong winds, snow, and other harsh environmental conditions. The radomes range in diameter from 6–200 ft (1.8–61 m).


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US engineering company Woolpert has expanded its geospatial portfolio by acquiring US small business...

Mapping firm Optimal GEO gets new owner

by Marc Selinger

US engineering company Woolpert has expanded its geospatial portfolio by acquiring US small business Optimal GEO, which provides imagery-based mapping and other services to the defence and intelligence community, Woolpert announced on 9 September.

These expanded geospatial services, combined with our [architecture, engineering, and geospatial] capabilities, enable us to provide integrated solutions to address diverse client needs,” Woolpert senior vice-president Joseph Seppi said.

Optimal, which has more than 100 employees, will gain access to greater resources by joining Woolpert, which has more than 1,300 employees and its own fleet of aircraft and sensors, according to the announcement.


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DSEI 2021: Saudi Arabia continuing to build on engagement opportunities for foreign suppliers

by Charles Forrester

Saudi Arabia is continuing to promote inward investment and contracting opportunities in its defence industry, His Excellency Ahmad Abdulaziz Al-Ohali, Governor of the General Authority for Military Industries (GAMI), told Janes during the DSEI 2021 trade show in London.

“We have identified that we have up to 74 supply chain opportunities that branch into hundreds of billions of dollars of opportunities worldwide,” Al-Ohali said. “This represents a green-field environment for people who want to invest and who want to join our journey.”


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DSEI 2021: Babcock outlines Arrowhead 140 bid for Greece

by Charles Forrester

Babcock is bidding the Arrowhead 140 design for Greece's naval modernisation programme, with the company also proposing significant in-country development and support. (Babcock)

Babcock has outlined to Janes its approach to the four pillars required for Greece's naval procurement programme, for which it is bidding the Arrowhead 140 frigate.

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CPI to buy L3Harris radome business

by Marc Selinger

US-based Communications & Power Industries (CPI) has agreed to acquire L3Harris Technologies' Electronic Space Systems Corporation (ESSCO), saying the ground radome manufacturer will complement its airborne and shipboard radome business.

ESSCO makes radomes that protect satellite communications antennas, military and commercial radars, and telemetry systems from strong winds, snow, and other harsh environmental conditions. The radomes range in diameter from 6–200 ft (1.8–61 m).


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US engineering company Woolpert has expanded its geospatial portfolio by acquiring US small business...

Mapping firm Optimal GEO gets new owner

by Marc Selinger

US engineering company Woolpert has expanded its geospatial portfolio by acquiring US small business Optimal GEO, which provides imagery-based mapping and other services to the defence and intelligence community, Woolpert announced on 9 September.

These expanded geospatial services, combined with our [architecture, engineering, and geospatial] capabilities, enable us to provide integrated solutions to address diverse client needs,” Woolpert senior vice-president Joseph Seppi said.

Optimal, which has more than 100 employees, will gain access to greater resources by joining Woolpert, which has more than 1,300 employees and its own fleet of aircraft and sensors, according to the announcement.


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DSEI 2021: Saudi Arabia continuing to build on engagement opportunities for foreign suppliers

by Charles Forrester

Saudi Arabia is continuing to promote inward investment and contracting opportunities in its defence industry, His Excellency Ahmad Abdulaziz Al-Ohali, Governor of the General Authority for Military Industries (GAMI), told Janes during the DSEI 2021 trade show in London.

“We have identified that we have up to 74 supply chain opportunities that branch into hundreds of billions of dollars of opportunities worldwide,” Al-Ohali said. “This represents a green-field environment for people who want to invest and who want to join our journey.”


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DSEI 2021: Babcock outlines Arrowhead 140 bid for Greece

by Charles Forrester

Babcock is bidding the Arrowhead 140 design for Greece's naval modernisation programme, with the company also proposing significant in-country development and support. (Babcock)

Babcock has outlined to Janes its approach to the four pillars required for Greece's naval procurement programme, for which it is bidding the Arrowhead 140 frigate.

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CPI to buy L3Harris radome business

by Marc Selinger

US-based Communications & Power Industries (CPI) has agreed to acquire L3Harris Technologies' Electronic Space Systems Corporation (ESSCO), saying the ground radome manufacturer will complement its airborne and shipboard radome business.

ESSCO makes radomes that protect satellite communications antennas, military and commercial radars, and telemetry systems from strong winds, snow, and other harsh environmental conditions. The radomes range in diameter from 6–200 ft (1.8–61 m).


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US engineering company Woolpert has expanded its geospatial portfolio by acquiring US small business...

Mapping firm Optimal GEO gets new owner

by Marc Selinger

US engineering company Woolpert has expanded its geospatial portfolio by acquiring US small business Optimal GEO, which provides imagery-based mapping and other services to the defence and intelligence community, Woolpert announced on 9 September.

These expanded geospatial services, combined with our [architecture, engineering, and geospatial] capabilities, enable us to provide integrated solutions to address diverse client needs,” Woolpert senior vice-president Joseph Seppi said.

Optimal, which has more than 100 employees, will gain access to greater resources by joining Woolpert, which has more than 1,300 employees and its own fleet of aircraft and sensors, according to the announcement.


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DSEI 2021: Saudi Arabia continuing to build on engagement opportunities for foreign suppliers

by Charles Forrester

Saudi Arabia is continuing to promote inward investment and contracting opportunities in its defence industry, His Excellency Ahmad Abdulaziz Al-Ohali, Governor of the General Authority for Military Industries (GAMI), told Janes during the DSEI 2021 trade show in London.

“We have identified that we have up to 74 supply chain opportunities that branch into hundreds of billions of dollars of opportunities worldwide,” Al-Ohali said. “This represents a green-field environment for people who want to invest and who want to join our journey.”


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DSEI 2021: Babcock outlines Arrowhead 140 bid for Greece

by Charles Forrester

Babcock is bidding the Arrowhead 140 design for Greece's naval modernisation programme, with the company also proposing significant in-country development and support. (Babcock)

Babcock has outlined to Janes its approach to the four pillars required for Greece's naval procurement programme, for which it is bidding the Arrowhead 140 frigate.

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CPI to buy L3Harris radome business

by Marc Selinger

US-based Communications & Power Industries (CPI) has agreed to acquire L3Harris Technologies' Electronic Space Systems Corporation (ESSCO), saying the ground radome manufacturer will complement its airborne and shipboard radome business.

ESSCO makes radomes that protect satellite communications antennas, military and commercial radars, and telemetry systems from strong winds, snow, and other harsh environmental conditions. The radomes range in diameter from 6–200 ft (1.8–61 m).


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US engineering company Woolpert has expanded its geospatial portfolio by acquiring US small business...

Mapping firm Optimal GEO gets new owner

by Marc Selinger

US engineering company Woolpert has expanded its geospatial portfolio by acquiring US small business Optimal GEO, which provides imagery-based mapping and other services to the defence and intelligence community, Woolpert announced on 9 September.

These expanded geospatial services, combined with our [architecture, engineering, and geospatial] capabilities, enable us to provide integrated solutions to address diverse client needs,” Woolpert senior vice-president Joseph Seppi said.

Optimal, which has more than 100 employees, will gain access to greater resources by joining Woolpert, which has more than 1,300 employees and its own fleet of aircraft and sensors, according to the announcement.


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DSEI 2021: Saudi Arabia continuing to build on engagement opportunities for foreign suppliers

by Charles Forrester

Saudi Arabia is continuing to promote inward investment and contracting opportunities in its defence industry, His Excellency Ahmad Abdulaziz Al-Ohali, Governor of the General Authority for Military Industries (GAMI), told Janes during the DSEI 2021 trade show in London.

“We have identified that we have up to 74 supply chain opportunities that branch into hundreds of billions of dollars of opportunities worldwide,” Al-Ohali said. “This represents a green-field environment for people who want to invest and who want to join our journey.”


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DSEI 2021: Babcock outlines Arrowhead 140 bid for Greece

by Charles Forrester

Babcock is bidding the Arrowhead 140 design for Greece's naval modernisation programme, with the company also proposing significant in-country development and support. (Babcock)

Babcock has outlined to Janes its approach to the four pillars required for Greece's naval procurement programme, for which it is bidding the Arrowhead 140 frigate.

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CPI to buy L3Harris radome business

by Marc Selinger

US-based Communications & Power Industries (CPI) has agreed to acquire L3Harris Technologies' Electronic Space Systems Corporation (ESSCO), saying the ground radome manufacturer will complement its airborne and shipboard radome business.

ESSCO makes radomes that protect satellite communications antennas, military and commercial radars, and telemetry systems from strong winds, snow, and other harsh environmental conditions. The radomes range in diameter from 6–200 ft (1.8–61 m).


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