Lockheed Martin has begun using a newly developed advanced maritime test bed to demonstrate how evolving technologies such as data fusion and predictive analytics can be used to share intelligence quickly and securely even in difficult naval settings.
The F-35 Joint Program Office has selected the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) to conduct independent software analyses of the Joint Strike Fighter.
Progress on the DDG 1000 Zumwalt-class destroyer continues to move forward, meeting key software and other program milestones on the path to Initial Operational Capability (IOC).
European researchers have used European Commission funding to develop a new software and sensor system, called CASCADE, which aims to reduce carbon emissions and energy costs by up to 20 percent in airports
Bell Helicopter has introduced a new autopilot kit that is designed specifically to integrate with the Garmin G1000H avionics suite in the Bell 407GX, further enhancing the technology within the aircraft’s cockpit.
NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) has recently passed its Critical Design Review, proving the first new design for America's next rocket is mature enough for production following a series of hardware and embedded software testing and analysis.
Northrop Grunman is incorporating its newest cockpit technology and open architecture design into both fixed-and rotary-wing platforms to minimize life cycle cost and enable simplified software upgrades into the future.
The Army and Navy have supplied funding to Northrop Grunman to develop and test pre-production units of the APR-39D(V)2 radar warning receiver (RWR)/electronic warfare management system (EWMS).
NASA’s Low Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD), also known as the “Flyer Saucer,” is ready to make its first test-flight which will demonstrate the capabilities of onboard embedded software, hardware, and other technologies.
Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Lightning II aircraft achieved three major flight test milestones on the same day, proving software testing efforts of the aircraft’s next-level systems have been largely effective to date.