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Controp’s new SPEED-ER Observation System Spots Targets 40 km Away

Controp Precision Technology is unveiling the SPEED-ER, an ultra-long-range, land-based observation system operating in three channels – Visible, Thermal and SWIR. The company will display the new system later this month at the Eurosatory exhibition in Paris, France.

Unmanned Centaur Flies over NY State

The Centaur optionally piloted aircraft (OPA) has flown multiple unmanned flights over the State of New York, operating from Griffiss International Airport in Rome, New York during the past month. The flights marked the first time any large-scale, fixed-wing aircraft has flown at either of six FAA-designated unmanned aircraft test sites in the U.S.

Hovermast – a bird’s eye view over the hill

Hovermast 100, a tethered, hovering multi-rotor platform developed by Israel's tethered platform pioneer Sky Sapience is making its international debut displaying its unique surveillance platform at the Eurosatory defense expo in Paris this week

Privately Developed Scorpion Jet Takes to the Air on Maiden Flight...

Textron Air Land, LLC announced that the Scorpion Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR)/Strike aircraft developed and built by the company has completed its first...

Raytheon to Establish Border Surveillant Systems on the Jordanian Border

Raytheon Company announced it has won a contract to implement an integrated surveillance system along parts of the Jordanian border, under a US$35.9 million contract awarded by the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) border security.

IAI Introduces the ‘Total Connectivity Solution’ at the Singapore Airshow 2012

IAI's new family of networking systems integrates common core capabilities and specific solutions designed for land forces missions, and airborne applications supporting air operations. A special subset of the system is uniquely tailored for the operation of precision-guided weapons.

Giant Airship is Afloat: Blue Devil 2

The 370-foot-long, 1.4 million-cubic-foot blimp called 'Blue devil 2' is taking shape at a hangar in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. As the giant airship is being filled with helium, thus lighter than air, it becomes afloat inside the hangar.

Goodrich to Upgrade U-2 Mission Payload With Multi-Spectral Sensors

U-2 in Sowthwest Asia
Goodrich Corp. is upgrading the two Senior Year Electro-Optical Reconnaissance Sensors (SYERS) currently used on U.S. Air Force Lockheed Martin U-2 'Dragon Lady' platforms operated by the 9th Reconnaissance Wing. Multi-spectral sensors capture images at specific frequencies across the electromagnetic spectrum. Enhanced images provided by the payload are used for targeting, threat analysis, and situational assessment, by evaluating changes in images taken in different times, showing differences not readily apparent to the human eye.

Industry Team Finalizes AGS Negotiation, Anticipates Order Award in July 2011

Global Hawk RQ-4B Block 40 | NATO AGS Configuration
Northrop Grumman Corporation submitted its final proposal for the NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) core capability. NATO AGS system will employ an air segment consisting...

Raytheon Acquires Applied Signal Technology for $490 Million in Cash

Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) announced its plans to acquire Applied Signal Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: APSG) for about $490 million. Applied Signal technology is a...

German Air Force Deploys an Israeli MultiInt System Fusing Manned, Unmanned...

The German Air Force became the first international customer for Rafael's new ImiLite multi-intelligence Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance processing system. The Luftwaffe will be using the system...

Griffon Aerospace Rolls Out the BroadSword, a 500lb Class UAV Target...

As UAVs are taking an increasing role in modern warfare, moving beyond ISR, into strike missions, the military is looking for effective means to...

Boeing Joins U.S. Army’s EMARSS Airborne ISR Competition

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The Boeing Company confirmed today the submission of a proposal for the U.S. Army Enhanced Medium-Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System (EMARSS). According to Dennis...

The U.S. Army is Eying More Missions for the C-12

GA_googleFillSlot("ROS_160x600"); The U.S. Army is embarking on an acquisition program of a new aerial surveillance manned aircraft designated 'Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance Surveillance...
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