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Trance 3 Typhoon fighter enters electromagnetic testing - News

March 18, 2013
LONDON. Officials at BAE Systems announced the they single seat fighter -- the Tranche 3 Typhoon -- has begun electromagnetic testing. EMC testing will last about eight weeks, then the single-seat no 116 aircraft will undergo avionics testing before moving to engine ground runs.

Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System qualifies for use on Bell Helicopter 407GT platform - News

March 08, 2013
YUMA, AZ. A test of BAE System’s Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) in Yuma, AZ proved the weapon’s safety and sustainability on a Bell Helicopter 407GT, leading to Bell’s qualification of the rocket for use on the platform. Seven APKWS 70 mm rockets were fired from the 407GT as part of the testing.

MIDS-LVT Link-16 Terminals to be delivered by Data Link Solutions for U.S. and Coalition Forces - News

September 05, 2012
WAYNE, N.J. Data Link Solutions (DLS), a joint venture between BAE Systems and Rockwell Collins, won an $18.5 million contract from the U.S. Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) for the production of Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) Low Volume Terminals (LVT) for U.S. and Coalition Forces. The MIDS-LVT terminals will enable real-time data communications, navigation, situational awareness, and digital voice -- all in one jam-resistant and crypto-secured package.

BAE Systems’ 3U CompactPCI SBC at Home on Mars in Curiosity Rover - News

August 07, 2012
The Curiosity rover landed on Mars late Sunday evening after traveling 36 weeks and across a 352 million mile expanse of space. Now safely at the base of Gale Crater on the Red Planet, the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) will begin a two-year scientific ...

GPS replacement technology - NAVSOP - developed by BAE Systems - News

July 02, 2012
GREAT BADDOW, United Kingdom. Scientists at BAE Systems have developed research on a replacement for GPS that takes advantage of existing transmissions such as TV, Wi-Fi, mobile phone signals, and radio to determine a user?s location to within a few meters.

New UK submarine class to be designed by BAE Systems for about $516 million - News

May 23, 2012
BARROW-IN-FURNESS, United Kingdom. The Royal Navy selected BAE Systems to design the next generation of submarines for the United Kingdom. UK Ministry of Defense officials awarded the first design contracts for the Vanguard replacement program to the main industrial partners, BAE Systems Maritime ? Submarines, Babcock, and Rolls-Royce.