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Counterfeit Electronics in DoD are Widespread and Threaten National Security

A US Senate investigation has uncovered a “flood” of counterfeit electronics in use by the Department of Defense (DoD). The Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) made public the results of a 14-month long investigation on 21 May that detailed the discovery of 1,800 cases where fake parts were in use or in DoD’s supply chain.

Modernized AN/TPQ-37 Artillery Fire Locating Redeployed in Iraq

A modernized version of the AN/TPQ-37 Firefinder radar has been fielded in Iraq, supporting and protecting U.S. troops and allies. The upgraded radars are scheduled to be deployed into Afghanistan in the coming months.

FELIN Soldier Systems Enter Service with the French Army

The 1st Infantry Regiment, the oldest unit in the French Army, is also the first unit in Europe to implement a full digitized soldier...

Compact JP-8 Diesel-Powered Fuel-Cell Demonstrates Long Operation Durability

The Department of Defense (DOD) has more than 100,000 electrical generator systems (“gensets”) deployed around the world. Supporting field installations with power for lighting,...

Raytheon Awards More Contracts for Mobile Centurion Subsystems

Raytheon has awarded Curtiss-Wright Controls, Inc. a subcontract worth US$5.7 million providing for rugged single board computers (SBC), digital signal processors (DSP) and buffer...

Rada Electronic Industries. Company Profile

RADA Electronic Industries Ltd is a defense electronics system house specializing in the design, development, production and sales of advanced electronic systems for airborne...

Defense Update Introduces ‘Mobile Edition’ for iPad, iPhone & Smartphones

Defense Update today released a news edition optimized for smart phones. The new edition currently supports iPhone, iPad, Blackberry (9500-9800 series), Android, Palm and Samsung S8000 phones.

Elbit Systems to Equip the Polish Rosomak with Battlefield Surveillance Suite

By the end of 2011 the Polish Army is expected to equip part of its Rosomak 8x8 armored reconnaissance vehicles with ground surveillance system...

Bharat Electronics (BEL), Terma Sign Strategic Cooperation Agreement

Indian defense company Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) has signed a strategic Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with the Terma electronics company of Denmark, promoting various...

China Challenges the U.S. for the the World’s Most Powerful Supercomputer...

U.S. Scientists Introduce Tougher Benchmarks To Gain Back The Lost Title China's super computer Tianhe-1A revealed last month at HPC 2010 China, has set a new...

Optronic Module to Improve the Accuracy of Crew Served Weapon’s

Sure Fire, LLC was awarded a $16 million contract by the Naval Surface Warfare Center, for the delivery of Visible Bright Light Heavy (VBL-H)...

ITT Introduces a New Wide Area Airborne Surveillance (WAAS) Capabilities

ITT is introducing new Wide Area Airborne Surveillance (WAAS) sensor architecture and a special WAAS payload at the AUVSI 2010 exhibition opened today in Denver,...

Update: U.S. Army Awards Enhanced NVG Contracts to ITT, DRS and...

The U.S. Army Research Development and Engineering Command (REDCOM) have ordered 660 Enhanced Night Vision Goggles (ENVG) from three manufacturers for testing, toward massive fielding...

Elbit Systems Expands the VIPeR into a Family of Robots

Elbit Systems is expanding its family of man portable unmanned ground systems with the introduction of two new models. During a recent exhibition the company displayed the new robots, in addition to a wide range of advanced land and C4I solutions. The new members of the VIPeR family of intelligent and portable robots include the Mini-VIPeR and Maxi-VIPeR, which join the VIPeR robot, already operational in the Israel Defense Forces under the Hebrew name "Pazit." All VIPeRs are designed for portability and high mobility; the robots are configurable for multiple types of missions by add-on sensors, modules and payloads, tailored to specific tasks.
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