Rockville Collins announced delivery of the 300, 00th Defense Advanced Global Positioning System Receiver for use by U.S. and international warfighters. The delivery is part of Rockwell Collins recently received $450 million follow-on contract to provide DAGRs to the U.S. Air Force GPS Wing. “Our employees take great pride in manufacturing and delivering a product that has been proven to save lives and increase the effectiveness of the warfighter, ” said Bruce King, vice president and general manager of Surface Solutions for Rockwell Collins. “Our focus will continue to be on providing best value to our customer and working closely with them to meet their requirements.”
The DAGR design incorporates anti-jam improvements and denied GPS capabilities for worldwide enhanced battlefield protection and is the first U.S. handheld GPS receiver program to receive the next-generation security device, the Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module. Read entire press release..