DEFENSE: Pentagon Explores How Wireless Tech Can Help Its Mission
DEFENSE: Continues to Forecast Annual Revenue of $740M to $780M
DEFENSE: National Organization Guides Them on Entrepreneurial Path
DEVELOPMENT: $212M Bayfront Tower Part of Pacific Gateway Master Plan
Navy’s BQM-177A Goes Into Full Rate Production With $29.2M Order
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. (Nasdaq: KTOS) announced on Oct. 5 that it received an initial $29.2 million full rate production contract for Lot 1 of the BQM-177A subsonic aerial target (SSAT) drones from the U.S. Navy for the procurement of 35 target aircraft and technical data.
Carlsbad Firm Partners With AeroVironment on Army Network
Viasat Inc. and AeroVironment Inc. announced on Oct. 15 that they will collaborate on a contract awarded under a U.S. Army initiative called Reconfigurable Communications for Small Unmanned Systems.
BIOTECH: Co. Plans to Produce More Virus Tests
The U.S. Department of Defense awarded San Diego-based Cue Health Inc. $481 million to expand the capacity of its San Diego manufacturing plant.
DEFENSE: Report Quantifies Presence of Navy, Marines, Contractors
The U.S. military was responsible for some $33.6 billion in direct spending in San Diego during fiscal 2020.
PKL Services to Get Singapore Military Familiar With Aircraft
The U.S. Air Force awarded PKL Services Inc. of Poway a $13.8 million modification to a 2018 contract. Under the deal, PKL will continue to provide training on the maintenance and operations of F-15 SG jets to the Republic of Singapore Air Force.
New System Lets Army Fly Aircraft Using a Laptop
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. has developed a way for its U.S. Army customer to operate one of its 2 ton unmanned aircraft using a ruggedized laptop computer.
DEFENSE: U.S. Navy Calls the High-Altitude Unmanned Surveillance Aircraft 'Invaluable'
Northrop Grumman Corp. (NYSE: NOC) lifted the curtain on its high-altitude Triton unmanned aircraft program recently and offered a glimpse into several worlds.
Gray Eagle Is the U.S. Army’s Version of the Remotely Piloted Predator
The U.S. Army awarded General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. of Poway a $131.6 million contract modification covering Gray Eagle aircraft.
DEFENSE: MQ-Next Program Also Attracts General Atomics Aeronautical
Northrop Grumman Corp., which runs its unmanned military aircraft programs in San Diego, has a new chance to be part of a significant U.S. Air Force program.