DOD will supplement Air Force crews with Army, Special Forces and contractor teams to cover more territory, a Wall Street Journal reports says.
While the Internet of Things is growing, security and other risks will slow its growth in the military, a market watcher predicts.
M.C. Dean and Honeywell will install and certify systems on ships and subs and at shore stations around the world over the next four years.
U.S. Strategic Command recently entered into a Space Situational Awareness data sharing agreement with Israel, adding to a growing list of partners.
DARPA is looking for ways to make a new generation of vacuum electronics devices that will open up a new area of the electromagnetic spectrum and be harder to jam.
Replacing a paper-based process, Marines use Link 16 to integrate field radios and tablets to connect helicopters, UAVs and ground forces.
The companies will compete for work under the 10-year deal, which consolidates Air Force simulation and training programs under one roof.
The company's Control Mission Management System is another step toward standardizing command and control systems.