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Kongsberg Defense & Aerospace

1725 Duke Street, Suite 600
Alexandria, VA 22314
https://www.kongsberg.com/kda/
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Radar engine for critical search, navigation applications chosen for U.S. Army consoles - News

November 18, 2021

OTTAWA, Ontario. Geospatial-software Kongsberg Geospatial announced that its TerraLens geospatial software development kit (SDK) was selected by Ultra Naval Systems and Sensors to provide the geospatial display and rendering engine for the next generation of U.S. Navy surface-search radars.

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Surface-to-air missile system to undergo radar upgrades with KONGSBERG - News

February 16, 2021

NORWAY. Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace AS (KONGSBERG) has been awarded a contract by Norwegian Material Defense Agency for upgrade of the National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile System (NASAMS).

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Sensor for Joint Strike Missile to be delivered to Norway - News

October 22, 2020

AUSTRALIA. Kongsberg Defence and Aerospace (KONGSBERG) has placed a Purchase Order with BAE Systems Australia for an initial batch of Passive Radio Frequency Sensors for the Joint Strike Missile (JSM).

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Raytheon Australia awarded KONGSBERG with air defense contract worth $187.7 million - News

June 21, 2019
NORWAY. Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace has won a contract from Raytheon Australia worth $187.7 million (1.6 billion Norwegian kronor) for delivery of National Advanced Surface-To-Air Missile Systems (NASAMS) components.
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U.S. Navy chooses Naval Strike Missile for over-the-horizon targets - News

June 04, 2018
WASHINGTON. The U.S. Navy has picked the Naval Strike Missile (NSM), made by Raytheon and partner Kongsberg Gruppen (Kongsberg, Norway), to fulfill the need for littoral combat ships and future frigates to have an over-the-horizon missile.
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Kongsberg contracts with Australia to upgrade Joint Strike Missile - News

April 12, 2017
KONGSBERG, Norway. International technology contractor Kongsberg Gruppen has signed a contract with the Australian Department of Defense to install new radio frequency (RF) sensors on the Joint Strike Missile (JSM) carried aboard the F-35 fighter aircraft.
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Kongsberg & Raytheon to develop Naval Strike Missiles in U.S. - News

July 15, 2016
LONDON. Kongsberg Defence Systems and Raytheon officials are on the final planning stages to assemble, integrate, and test the Naval Strike Missile (NSM) in the United States.