Defense Systems News
|Eurofighter Typhoons will be fitted with an active electronically scanned array radar. (Eurofighter)
Eurofighter Nations Sign 1 Billion Euro Development Deal for AESA Radar
Defense News reports that Britain, Germany, Italy and Spain have signed up for a €1 billion (US $1.2 billion) development
and integration program to equip the Eurofighter Typhoon combat jet with an active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar.
Air Force Poised to Make Key Decisions on Weapon Acquisitions
Raytheon successfully tests US Navy's next-generation radar jammer
U.S. Aerospace and Defense Industry Is Leaving America Behind
HASC Chair-elect Thornberry Envisions Two-Year Focus for New Agenda
F-35C Finishes Tests 3 Days Early?
Fire Scout and Seahawk Deploy Together For First Time
Northrop, BAE pitch helicopter guided missile defenses to US Army
US awards Sikorsky $1.3 billion in helicopter contracts
USAF Official: Budget Uncertainty 'Very Challenging'
Defense Systems Personnel
Wynne Named President and CEO of AUVSI
Brian Wynne has been named president and CEO of the Association
for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, succeeding the retiring Michael Toscano on 12 January 2015. Wynne is currently president of the Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA), a post he has held
since April 2004. The organization promotes battery, hybrid, plug-in hybrid and fuel cell electric vehicles and infrastructure. Previously, Wynne held a senior leadership role at the
Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITSA) and was CEO of the Association for Automatic Identification and Mobility
(AIM). He holds a bachelor’s degree from the
University of Scranton, a master’s degree from the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University,
and was a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Cologne in Germany. Michael Toscano
has headed AUVSI since 2008, following a distinguished career of more than 30 years in the Department of Defense.
Defense Systems Intelligence
Digital Mapping, Geographic Information Systems
(GIS), Cloud-Based Geo-Analytics & Geo-Data Exploitation for Defence & Homeland Security
Phenomenal advances in technologies like
cloud and 3D modelling, together with increased availability of high-quality, high-accuracy geospatial data especially from
space-based remote sensing satellites, are propelling the market for governmental GEOINT solutions forward into a very exciting
Grounded in a comprehensive analysis of the aspects described above, this new report's examination
of the global governmental spending on GEOINT Solutions for defence and homeland security reveals a market worth $9.7 billion
in 2014. The coming decade will see governments around the world scrambling to acquire GEOINT capabilities on increasingly
higher scales, to ensure they stay on top in the ‘information superiority’ race. At the moment, outside the US
this is a relatively young market, at the very beginning of a period of large international expansion over the next ten years.
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