Hunt Valley-based AAI Corp, an automated aircraft expert, will advance an aerial sensing system for the U.S. Navy based on their $30.2 million agreement for guiding the unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to inspect and invade the submarine under-sea rivals and exterior war vessels.
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center has granted two contracts valued at $1.7 billion, for a period of eight years to Raytheon Company on behalf of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS).
Geospatial data serve as a handy GPS receiver for guiding personal journey and enables the security of the homeland too.
Hampton-based NASA Langley Research Center has conducted an open innovation challenge for the first time, and two, out of the three creative challenge solvers were from Italy.
General Electric (GE) Company’s Protimeter HygroTrac Environmental Monitoring System, is to be employed in a pilot program, to predict the optimized glazing and insulation taking place during restoration of London’s 23-storey Ferrier Point Block in Canning Town.
Electronic Control Security (ECSI), a supplier of entry control and perimeter security systems, declared that it has arrived into an important agreement with JMAR, the inventor of laser-oriented product solutions for microbiological examination of organisms in water.
Richard Burt, Sales & Marketing Director, Chelsea Technologies Group addressed the Fifth Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Global Conference on Oceans, Coasts and Islands on the future of oceanographic sensors and technology and shared his vision of future developments.
Chelsea’s range of hydrocarbon fluorimeters are being deployed in the Gulf of Mexico to monitor the extent of the oil spill.
RoboVault, the Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based storage facility, has installed environmental sensors to monitor the climate at its self-storage facility
A U.S. Navy team recently shot four aerial vehicles with a laser, integrated with combined-beam fiber