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RC-8800 microwave tuner allows for multi-channel configuration - News

December 02, 2015
WASHINGTON. At the 52nd Annual Association of Old Crows (AOC) International Symposium and Convention, Rockwell Collins’ officials announced the launch of the RC-8800 multi-channel microwave tuner that allows users to identify threats in a small and lightweight package.

University of Utah and Rockwell Collins agree to develop gaming tech for military simulation - News

November 30, 2015
ORLANDO, Fla. The University of Utah Entertainment, Arts, and Engineering (EAE) and Rockwell Collins will collaborate in a research and development agreement that will focus on bridging the gap between gaming technology and high-end military simulation.

FACE standard aligns with Rockwell Collins' RNP RNAV in demonstration to military officials - News

November 19, 2015
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. Engineers completed a demonstration to U.S. military officials of Rockwell Collins’ Required Navigation Performance Area Navigation (RNP RNAV) capable Flight Management System aligned to the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) Standard.

Strategic Alliance Agreement signed between Rockwell Collins and U.S. Army - News

October 14, 2015
WASHINGTON. Rockwell Collins and the U.S. Army Material Command signed a Strategic Alliance Agreement that focuses on the implementation of strategies and initiatives to optimize efforts to supply advanced products and services to warfighters.

Real-time video streaming for Army helicopter cockpits designed by Rockwell Collins - News

October 12, 2015
WASHINGTON. Engineers at Rockwell Collins engineers designed a solution called Secure Real Time Video (SRTV) that enables warfighters to see real-time video from an unmanned aircraft directly in the cockpit of their military helicopter. The company recently delivered it to the Army to support its Manned Unmanned Teaming (MUM-T) operations. Rockwell Collins made the announcement this week at AUSA in Washington.

DARPA tasks Rockwell Collins to develop back-up GPS technologies for contested regions - News

September 21, 2015
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has selected Rockwell Collins to develop GPS back-up technologies under DARPA’s Spatial, Temporal, and Orientation Information in Contested Environments (STOIC) program, where the goal is to reduce the warfighter’s GPS dependence during military operations.

Wearable FireStorm targeting system announced at DSEI 2015 - News

September 17, 2015
LONDON. Officials from Rockwell Collins announced a wearable variant of its FireStorm integrated targeting system with High Accuracy Lightweight Targeter (HALT) and the StrikeHawk Digital tactical video downlink receiver at the Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI) exhibition this year.