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Raytheon BBN, GrammaTech Form Malware Detection Tech Team; Jack Marin Comments

A team comprising of a Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) subsidiary and GrammaTech has been awarded a $4.8 million contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop technologies for protecting information technology devices from malware and other backdoor attacks. Raytheon BBN Technologies and GrammaTech will work to develop techniques and tools …

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DARPA to Develop Unmanned Submersible Mothership

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has released a broad agency announcement for a five-year unmanned submersible project, Military and Aerospace Engineering reported Tuesday. John Keller’s post indicated the submersible will function as a mothership that can launch unmanned aerial and underwater vehicles undetected. The report said DARPA has …

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SAIC Wins DARPA Contract to Build Unmanned Anti-Submarine Vessel; John Fratamico Comments

Science Applications International Corporation (NYSE: SAI) has won a prime position on a $59 million single-award, cost-plus fixed-fee contract from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to design, build and test a prototype unmanned autonomous surface vessel According to a company statement, the contract is part of the Anti-Submarine Warfare Continuous …

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IBM Wins DARPA Award for Language Translation, Communication Technology

IBM (NYSE: IBM) has been awarded a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency contract to create technology that translates multiple foreign languages in all genres. The company will develop technology that can retrieve information from the translated material and enable bilingual communication via speech or text. Work is expected to be completed by Sept. …

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Ball Aerospace Wins $37M to Work on DARPA Missile Detection, Tracking Communications System

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded Ball Aerospace (NYSE: BLL) a $36, 928, 217 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract to provide work for the MOIRE Program. The program provides real-time tactical video and missile launch detection and tracking to war fighters. It utilizes diffractive membrane optics, which may facilitate low-cost geosynchronous imaging. …

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Lockheed to Develop Battlefield Wireless Detection, Jamming Capabilities

A Lockheed Martin-led team will develop technology for detecting and jamming threatening wireless communications on the battlefield for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The contract is for phase I of the BLADE, behavioral learning for adaptive electronic warfare, program. The team led by Lockheed’s advanced technology laboratories will develop …

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General Atomics Wins $40M Laser Defense Contract

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc., Poway, Calif., a $39, 833, 499 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for the high-energy liquid laser area defense system program. The program includes a 150 kW laser designed for flight traceable performance and integration into a field test system for …

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Lockheed Wins $13M Defense Advanced Research Contract

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control (NYSE: LMT), Orlando, Fla., a $13, 849, 587 modification to a cost-plus-fixed-fee contract.  The award has a classified statement of work. Work will be performed in Orlando, Fla., Menlo Park, Calif., and San Antonio, Texas. Work is expected …

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BAE Systems Wins $13M Defense Intelligence and Reconnaissance Contract

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded BAE Systems Information and Electronic Systems Integration, Inc., Burlington, Mass., a $12, 946, 976 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract . The award is for the Insight program technical area 2, adaptive multisource exploitation system, which addresses the the lack of  automatic exploitation and cross-cueing of multi-intelligence sources. Eighty-seven …

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