Leading MEMS solution vendor MEMSIC will acquire selected product lines of Crossbow Technology based on a recently signed Asset Purchase Agreement. The eKo business, Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) ‘Mote’ and the non-military part of the Inertial Systems business portfolio are included in this acquisition
The leading MEMS vendor for portable and consumer applications STMicroelectronics has recently extended its motion-sensor range with a three-axis digital-output accelerometer.
The Chatham, Ontario-based Talbot Wind Energy Project of Renewable Energy Systems Canada (RES Canada) Construction LP will be provided with OCAS’s Obstacle Collision Avoidance System (OCAS) for wind turbines.
Textron Defense Systems, an operating division of Textron Systems that is a Textron company, has announced recently that the unattended ground sensors initiative is now in low-rate initial production (LRIP) phase as an element of the Brigade Combat Team Modernization (BCTM) agenda’s Increment 1.
Rocky Mountain Tracking’s Informer GPS vehicle tracking gadgets were installed in all vehicles of Katy, Texas based Airtronics Air Conditioning and Heating.
Northrop Grumman Corporation has awarded a contract worth $1.5 million to LaBarge for continuing with the manufacture of the AN/APG-68 fire control radar system’s electronic assemblies. This radar system is for the F-16 fighter aircraft. This program is being by supported by LaBarge since 2003.
Kai Sensors has secured a $100,000 SBIR Phase I contract from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to design a new, wireless monitoring device for sleep disorders.
The Edmonton International Airport (EIA) has selected Seagate Technologies’ Air Traffic Control qualified video solution for improving tower visibility at the airport.
Northrop Grumman Corporation has been awarded a contract by the US Air Force for providing the unmanned aircraft program of Global Hawk with a capability of interim repair for the Air Force’s enhanced integrated sensor suite (EISS) and integrated sensor suite (ISS).
Analog Devices Inc (ADI) and Xsens Technology BV have developed the real-time motion capturing technique that is used by major motion pictures for character animation.