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Hybrid Electric Drive to be integrated onto Bradley combat vehicle - News

July 17, 2020

ARLINGTON, Va. BAE Systems has been awarded a $32 million prototype agreement by the U.S. Army’s Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office (RCCTO) to integrate a Hybrid Electric Drive (HED) system onto a Bradley Fighting Vehicle.


Satellite navigation receivers to be manufactured by QinetiQ - News

September 12, 2019
UNITED KINGDOM. QinetiQ has won a contract with the Ministry of Defence (MOD) Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) to develop multi-constellation satellite receivers under the UK Robust Global Navigation System (R-GNS) programme.

Anti-surface warfare training variant to be developed by QinetiQ for U.K. Royal Navy - News

June 27, 2019
UNITED KINGDOM. QinetiQ, defense technology company, has signed a new five-year contract with the U.K. Royal Navy that will introduce a dedicated training variant of QinetiQ?s Pointer (Pointer T) system to optimize Anti-Surface Warfare training on a wide range of weapon systems.

Anti-submarine warfare training system selected by U.K. royal navy - News

May 14, 2019
STOCKHOLM, Sweden. U.K.?s Royal Navy selected Saab and QinetiQ to deliver an anti-submarine warfare (ASW) training system. Delivery is expected to take place in 2019.

QinetiQ & Rockwell Collins sign agreement with focus on next-gen satellite navigation receivers - News

May 31, 2017
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa. QinetiQ and Rockwell Collins officials signed a global alliance agreement to collaborate on the development of next-generation, multi-constellation open service and secure Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receivers. The effort will support the mission needs of military, government, and critical national infrastructure.

Penetrator's communications system protected during deep impact test - Other

November 23, 2016
CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom. Space, weapons, and maritime experts from QinetiQ conducted trials at Cambridge University to show that a specially shielded communications system can survive a deliberate impact with Jupiter?s moon Europa.

Hub-drive design and development contract will improve mobility and survivability - News

September 11, 2015
WALES. The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has selected QinetiQ to develop an electric hub-drive to improve survivability and mobility of military ground vehicles. The contract estimates its total at $1.5 million, but if all options are exercised it could go up to $2.7 million.