Military-grade AESA radars are increasingly being used for weather detection and prediction, providing new levels of scanning speed and accuracy for finding major events, such as tornadoes and thunderstorms.
General Dynamics Information Technology has been awarded a contract for approximately $58.9 million by the U.S. Army Medical Command for professional training and operations services.
Dense integration of signal processing and security features in a blade computer provide the capabilities needed for a modern radar application.
An unmanned cargo air vehicle achieves 500-lb. capacity on the strength of an electric propulsion system.