Tag Archives: HRL Laboratories

NASA Enlists 8 Firms for Small Spacecraft, Launch Vehicle Tech Maturation Program

Eight companies have received contracts worth a combined $17 million to help NASA advance small launch and space vehicle technologies under the second round of the agency’s Utilizing Public-Private Partnerships to Advance Tipping Point Technologies program. NASA said Thursday each contract contains a performance period of two years, technical progress-related milestone fees and a provision for industry …

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NGA Picks Raytheon, CTC, HRL, Soar for GEOINT Analysis R&D Program

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Feb. 17, 2017 — Raytheon (NYSE: RTN), Concurrent Technologies Corp., HRL Laboratories and Soar Technology will help the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency research and develop automation and artificial intelligence technologies in a move to advance GEOINT analysis, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday. NGA said Wednesday it awarded $2 million in contracts to the …

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DHS Taps Boeing ‘Brain Chip’ for Mobile Security Project

TYSONS CORNER, VA September 24, 2015 — The Department of Homeland Security has tapped Boeing (NYSE: BA) to develop a neuromorphic computer chip for mobile phone security and access control, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday. Nextgov said Tuesday Boeing and HRL Laboratories will test the chip’s gait recognition capability under the $2.2 million …

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8 Win DHS Mobile Security R&D Project

TYSONS CORNER, VA September 11, 2015 — ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday on the Department of Homeland Security awarding research contracts worth $10.4 million in total to help improve mobile devices in the federal workplace. HRL Laboratories, Kryptowire, Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) and the United Technologies Research Center will work on the R&D project …

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DARPA Picks 4 Contractors to Make Subreflector-Based Imaging Radars

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded four companies contracts worth up to $11.3 million combined for the Advanced Scanning Technology for Imaging Radars program, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Friday. John Keller writes the companies will work to develop new imaging radars that use electronic subreflector designs for scans. Contract details include: First …

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