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TwinAlytix software system to bolster air refueling assets for USAF - News

September 21, 2021

RESTON, Va. Rolls-Royce North America has won a U.S. Transportation Command contract for the demonstration and continued development of a new software system that will aim to maximize efficiency in managing air refueling assets, improving mission availability, and reducing cost for the U.S. Air Force (USAF).


Future Combat Air System Tempest begins concept and assessment phase - News

July 30, 2021

UNITED KINGDOM. The Ministry of Defense has signed a contract with British industry Team Tempest partners aiming to drive forward the next phase of the major national and international endeavor to develop the next generation of combat air.


Naval autonomy and AI technology goal of Rolls-Royce R&D funding - News

February 26, 2021

UNITED KINGDOM. Rolls-Royce has been awarded funding by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) to further develop and demonstrate the Artificial Chief Engineer technology — an autonomous machinery control system which allows Naval vessels to undertake long-endurance missions with less human interaction.


Sensor-enabled digital debris tracking tech wins research contract with Rolls-Royce - News

January 21, 2021

RESTON, Va. Rolls-Royce has won $1 million of research funding from the U.S. Government for digital foreign object debris (FOD) detection technology. The year-long research contract from the U.S. Navy will help to further develop and validate Rolls-Royce’s FanSense debris monitoring system, which is currently supporting the Pegasus engine.


Directed energy tests to be powered by Rolls-Royce thermal management system - News

December 10, 2020

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Rolls-Royce has delivered an upgraded thermal management and power system from its ColdFire Solutions technology line to power directed energy field testing in 2021.


Data-powered radar and human-autonomy teaming bolster U.K.'s next-gen combat air system - News

October 19, 2020

UNITED KINGDOM. The latest concepts under development for the Royal Air Force’s (RAF) next generation combat air system have been revealed by British engineers on the program. Delivering the technology will be Team Tempest, a U.K. technology and defense partnership formed by BAE Systems, Leonardo, MBDA, Rolls-Royce, and the RAF, and also involving hundreds of high-tech companies and academia across the U.K.