Three 5-year support contracts have been awarded to General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada. The contracts will provide support to the Canadian Army for its Land Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (LC4ISR) systems.
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Hungary becomes the 9th country to have selected the H225M helicopter. A member of the multi-role Super Puma family of helicopters, this military variant is designed for combat environments and crisis areas.
Lockheed Martin Canada and L3 MAS announced they have joined forces to offer a military aircrew training solution for DND's Future Aircrew Training (FAcT) project.
B-Temia, a Canadian robotics tech company and leader in the human mobility market, with its partner Lockheed Martin, appointed as the prime contractor, announced its engagement in a major agreement with U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research for artificial intelligence technology for advanced exoskeleton capabilities.
The long process of choosing a design team for the Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) ships drew to a close this fall with the October selection – by Irving Shipbuilding (where the ships will be built) and the Government of Canada – of the Lockheed-led team of companies proposing the BAE Type-26 design. It is now on hold pending a legal review of the legality of the decision.
Applications for a competition to develop artificial intelligence (AI) technology that will enable an autonomous drone to win a race against a pilot-operated drone opened today. Applications are being accepted until 28 Feb 2019, and teams will be competing for more than U$2 million in prizes from the Lockheed Martin competition.
During orientation flights with US Navy pilots, Airbus Helicopters will demonstrate H135 capabilities as potential future Navy helicopter trainer during USN Fly-In event 22-26 October 2018.
The Government of Canada and Irving Shipbuilding Inc. have identified Lockheed Martin Canada Inc. as the preferred bidder to provide the design and design team for the Royal Canadian Navy’s future Canadian Surface Combatants.
Alion Science and Technology, along with its subsidiary Alion Canada, has teamed with Atlas Elektronik and Hensoldt Sensors to submit a bid based on the Dutch De Zeven Provinciën Air Defence and Command (LCF) frigate design.