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DEFEXPO 2018 HIGHLIGHTS – Armored Vehicles (Part III)

Part III of our photo review of DEFEXPO 2018 features news of armored vehicles.

TATA Introduces the Kestrel – an 8×8 Amphibious Armored Fighting Vehicle

February 6, 2014 by · Comment
Filed under: India, Syndicated Industry News 

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Logos Technologies Announces Delivery of the World’s First Operational 360-Degree Wide-Area Persistent Surveillance Systems for Aerostats — Press Release

Logos Technologies Announces Delivery of the World’s First Operational 360-Degree Wide-Area Persistent Surveillance Systems for Aerostats

ARLINGTON, Va., Aug. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Logos Technologies Inc. announces delivery of the first two Kestrel wide area persistent surveillance systems to NAVAIR, after successful completion of testing at Yuma, AZ Proving Grounds.

The Kestrel system is an aerostat-based 360 degree motion-imagery system continuously covering an expansive area consistent with airborne platforms. The systems are being added as payloads to the Persistent Threat Detection System (PTDS) and Persistent Ground Surveillance System (PGSS) aerostats. Kestrel empowers the operators using multiple viewer windows, watch-box trigger alerts, digital zoom and sensor cross-cueing to track and locate activities of interest. Kestrel increases forward operating base protection and ISR support to forward deployed units. Kestrel continuously records and stores the entire field of view for in-depth forensic analysis.

“It is deeply satisfying to provide the power of Kestrel’s persistent surveillance solution to our war fighters,” stated Logos Program Manager David Luber . “This is going to explosively expand the soldier’s situational awareness of the activity surrounding the FOB.”

The Kestrel 360 degree sensor and companion ground processing station have been successfully integrated with the PTDS aerostat command center and will be deployed to theater in late summer. Logos Technologies is currently developing EO/IR Kestrel systems which will be delivered to NAVAIR this fall.

About Logos Technologies

Logos Technologies, Inc. serves customers across a broad range of technologies and services including persistent surveillance systems for aircraft and aerostats, system design and integration, remote sensing and exploitation, biofuel research, advanced nuclear engineering, cyber security, and field operations. Logos is a leading developer of persistent surveillance technology and is aggressively advancing capabilities of airborne imaging surveillance systems. Learn more at www.logos-technologies.com.

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AECOM wins US$12-million mine-extension contract in Australia

December 31, 1969 by · Comment
Filed under: Syndicated Industry News 

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AECOM Technology Corporation (NYSE: ACM), a leading provider of professional technical and management support services for government and commercial clients around the world, announced today that it has won a US$12-million design contract from Rio Tinto Coal Australia. The contract is part of the company’s Kestrel Mine extension project in Queensland’s Bowen Basin. AECOM’s responsibilities will pertain to the completion of the extension’s design scope, including the



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