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Jacobs to Help Develop New Nuclear Reactor Design for UK Industries

The United Kingdom has selected Jacobs to support developing a new nuclear reactor design for industrial purposes. The company signed a deal with the UK National Nuclear Laboratory to consult on a joint program with the Japan Atomic Energy Agency to produce high-temperature heat. Under the agreement, Jacobs will review the project’s initial designs and...

Romanian Navy H215M to Adopt MBDA’s Marte ER Missile; Arnaud Rousset Quoted
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Romanian Navy H215M to Adopt MBDA’s Marte ER Missile; Arnaud Rousset Quoted

The Romanian Naval Forces will integrate the Marte ER anti-surface warfare missile into its two Airbus H215M helicopters to provide flexible mission capability with automatic or manual navigation and salvo firing. According to the missile manufacturer, France-based MBDA, it will work on the aircraft’s missile platform integration under a contract with Romanian aerospace company IAR...

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Rheinmetall MAN Secures Contract to Provide HX Vehicles for Swedish Armed Forces’ Archer Artillery System

Germany’s Rheinmetall MAN Military Vehicles will provide the Swedish Armed Forces with highly mobile, all-terrain military vehicles. The Rheinmetall and MAN Truck and Bus joint venture secured a $79.6 million contract from BAE Systems Bofors for 48 units of the HX cab chassis with protected cabins. Deliveries will begin in the third quarter of 2024....

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Accenture Grows Italian Footprint With Intellera Acquisition; Mauro Macchi Quoted

Accenture has announced the completion of its purchase of Intellera Consulting, an Italian company that specializes in public sector consultancy services. The acquisition brings 1,400 professionals from Intellera, which has main offices in Rome and Milan, into Accenture’s workforce. The multidisciplinary services Intellera extends to its customers include facilitating organizational transformation and navigating access to...

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Teledyne FLIR Enhances Repair Capability of Partner Service Center in Turkey

Teledyne FLIR Defense has upgraded its Turkey-based partner service center, which performs maintenance and repair services for the company’s surveillance and imaging systems. Periter Arastirma ve Teknoloji, the U.S. company’s Turkish partner, runs the facility and supports Teledyne FLIR’s government and semi-government customers. Stan Crawford, senior director for Teledyne FLIR’s Middle East, Central Asia and...

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UK to Open California Office to Advance AI Collaboration With US Experts; Michelle Donelan Quoted

The United Kingdom will soon open an office for safe artificial intelligence development in California to promote further collaboration with the United States. The center will conduct joint evaluations of models to inform international AI safety policy. In a statement released on Monday, U.K. Secretary of State for Science and Technology Michelle Donelan said the...

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ThayerMahan, Ocius to Develop Autonomous Undersea Warfare Capability for AUKUS Countries

ThayerMahan and Ocius Technology are combining their expertise to develop an autonomous undersea warfare capability for AUKUS countries, consisting of Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States. The two companies signed an agreement to install ThayerMahan’s Outpost passive acoustic maritime surveillance system on Ocius’ Bluebottle unmanned surface vessel. The collaborative effort will create uncrewed...

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HII to Support South Australia’s Preparation for AUKUS Shipbuilding Projects; Michael Lempke Quoted

South Australian Premier Peter Malinauskas toured HII’s Virginia operations on Friday to support the AUKUS trilateral partnership of Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States. Malinauskas visited the U.S. company’s Newport News Shipbuilding site to advance his government’s deal with HII to prepare South Australia for big shipbuilding projects under AUKUS. A memorandum of...

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Axient Opens Dutch Subsidiary’s New International Office in Netherlands’ Innovation Center

Axient has established a new subsidiary and opened a new office in the Netherlands to better serve its customers in Europe.  On Thursday, company executives celebrated the milestone with Dutch government leaders and industry representatives.   The American defense technology provider first announced its Dutch subsidiary, Axient Systems, in April. It marks the first time the company...

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Report: Six US Tech Companies Part of NATO’s Initial Accelerator Program

The first cohort of NATO’s Defense Innovation Accelerator for the North Atlantic includes six U.S. tech companies, a senior official of the security alliance confirmed. Citing unpublished NATO documents it obtained, DefenseScoop reported that the six are among the 44 companies selected for the effort. Four of the U.S. companies were selected for DIANA’s undersea...

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