The Army has awarded General Dynamics $219 million for full-rate production of systems for its battlefield network.
Deal covers 100,000 computers still running the OS, which Microsoft debuted in 2001 and stopped selling in 2010.
The new version of DMCC-S improves interoperability, boosts graphics and sound, and adds a mobile device management system.
The $13 million contract modification support development of the service's next electronic warfare weapon.
Speakers at the GEOINT symposium talk about the value, but also the challenges, of "creating coherence out of chaos."
Northrop Grumman will supply support for its BAM-D Global Hawk.
At the GEOINT symposium, AFRL’s Steve Rogers talks about the gap between automated systems and true autonomy.
Sometimes little things, like “eradicating” XP, make a difference.