Posts from ExecutiveBiz for 11/19/2014

ASRC Federal’s Joanne Wilson Elected to ITU Radio Regulations Board; Mark Gray Comments

Joanne Wilson of ASRC Federal‘s research and technology solutions division has joined the International Telecommunication Union Radio Regulations Board as an elected member following the union’s recent Plenipotentiary Conference in South Korea…
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API Technologies Unveils Power Controller Offering for Unmanned Boats; Leonardo Marsala Comments

API Technologies has introduced a power distribution unit offering designed to remotely power up or shut down electronics on unmanned maritime vehicles. The DC SMARTStart platform is comprised of a power controller and a circuit protection unit and seeks to help autonomous boat operators manage devices on their vessels, API saidMonday
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IBM to Migrate NSW Fire Department’s IT Systems to Cloud Platform; Mark Brewer Comments

IBM has landed a five-year contract to help Fire & Rescue New South Wales implement a cloud computing infrastructure intended to consolidate the emergency services agency’s mission-critical workloads…
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NASA’s Jaiwon Shin: US, South Korea Partner on Aviation Tech Dev’t

NASA has inked an agreement with the Korea Agency for Infrastructure Technology Advancement for cooperation on future projects to develop technologies for air traffic management in the U.S. and South Korea…
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Lockheed Martin, Kaman Demo Unmanned Helicopter; Dan Spoor Comments

Lockheed Martin and Kaman have showcased the firefighting capability of an unmanned helicopter. The Indago quad rotor worked to determine hot spots and a K-MAX helicopter operator directed the aircraft to extinguish the flames with more than 24,000 pounds of water during the demonstration, Lockheed Martin said Tuesday
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