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General Atomics to Deliver Prototype Li-ion Battery for Navy Snakehead UUV

TYSONS CORNER, VA, February 6, 2019 — A General Atomics business unit will develop and test a Lithium-ion battery system for U.S. Navy unmanned undersea vehicles under a contract with Advanced Technology International, ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday. General Atomics said Monday its electromagnetic systems unit will provide a prototype Lithium-ion Fault …

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Air Force Increases ATI Space Enterprise Consortium OTA Ceiling to $400M

Advanced Technology International has received a $400M “other transaction” agreement modification from the U.S. Air Force to continue to manage a consortium tasked with developing prototypes of space-related technology platforms for the Defense Department. DoD said Tuesday ATI will further guide the Space Enterprise Consortium in efforts to build ground, launch and …

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ATI to Manage Space Enterprise Consortium Under Potential $100M Air Force Deal

Advanced Technology Institute has won a potential five-year, $100 million “other transaction” agreement from the U.S. Air Force to oversee a consortium of commercial, nonprofit and academic organizations to develop space-related technology prototypes. The ATI-led Space Enterprise Consortium will aim to build ground, launch and space segment, software, processes and combined systems …

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ANSER Buys Federal R&D Consortia Manager ATI from SCRA

Analytic Services has purchased Advanced Technology International from South Carolina-based applied research corporation SCRA for an undisclosed sum in an effort to expand ANSER’s U.S. presence and advance its public service mission through the integration of ATI’s research and development capabilities. ANSER will add approximately 165 employees to its workforce and …

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Eurosatory 2010: ATI Pulls Back Curtain on New Titanium Alloy on Day 2

ATI (NYSE: ATI) used Eurosatory to roll out a new titanium alloy for defense applications. The firm believes “the ATI 425(R)-MIL Alloy titanium plate and sheet will be especially well-suited for defense applications, particularly for vehicle armor and structural and suspension components for land-based vehicles.” According to ATI, “the ATI …

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