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Kratos Supported Test of a U.S. Navy Anti-Missile System

Kratos Defense and Security Solutions Inc. said it supported a Sept. 7 test of a U.S. Navy anti-missile system by helping supply the stand-in for the enemy missile.

LRAD Makes Interim CFO Permanent

LRAD Corp. named its interim CFO, Dennis Klahn, to the post permanently.

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GA-ASI Successfully Tests Drone in Civilian Airspace

Speaking of military technology that may one day go commercial …

Kratos’ Follow-the-Leader Hardware Hits the Highway

The internet, certain wireless phones and silicon-on-sapphire microchips are three examples of military technologies that made the jump to the commercial world.

Sewer Sensors Know When Something’s Wrong With the Flow

TECH: Co.’s System Used By Utilities to Avoid Sewage Spills

Long before consumers started using the term “Internet of Things” to describe connected thermostats and washing machines, SmartCover Systems was part of the internet of things.

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Chip to Provide Digital Diary Of an Addict’s Use or Abuse

BIOTECH: Co. to Rely On Federal Funding; Insurance Coverage Will Be Acid Test

Patrik Schmidle holds up a clear plastic box with a tiny microchip, hardly visible, at its center.

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General Atomics Gets Military Contracts Worth Nearly $40M

The Pentagon announced two contract awards for General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. on Sept. 20.

Cox Construction Gets $17.8M U.S. Army contract

The U.S. Army awarded a $17.8 million contract to Cox Construction Co. Under the deal, the Vista-based small business will build transient training barracks at Camp Parks in Dublin, in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Orbital Acquisition Would Be a Big Addition to Northrop's S.D. Assets

Northrop Grumman Corp. stands to gain an even higher profile in San Diego if the Virginia-based company completes its $9.2 billion acquisition of Orbital ATK.

Technology Drives Change Even in Parking Management

No, you can’t pay for parking with Bitcoin, at least not yet, but other things are changing in the world of parking management.

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