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Shift5, Inc | May 03, 2021
Shift5, Inc., an operational technology data and cybersecurity organization, has delivered an imaginative answer for continuous prescient upkeep technology for Department of Defense weapon systems. By coordinating a consolidated equipment and software item, platform proprietors and administrators will acquire perceivability into their fleet wellbeing status to diminish upkeep expenses and increment operational preparation.
Department of Defense weapon systems has numerous expenses...
Vita Inclinata | November 30, 2022
The U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory (USAARL) completed developmental flight testing on the Vita Rescue System – Litter Attachment (VRS-LA) for the Product Director (PD) MEDEVAC. The VRS-LA is an anti-rotational device that can be used to increase the effectiveness and safety of MEDEVAC hoist missions. The VRS-LA was tested on both the SKEDCO Basic Rescue System and the Stokes Rescue Litter. Testing was conducted to ensure the device would perform in various operational environmen...
Trive Capital | June 16, 2022
Karman Space & Defense backed by Dallas-based private equity firm Trive Capital has partnered with Cornerstone Research Group, Inc. to acquire the MG Resin family of technologies. The acquisition of MG Resins represents a significant expansion of Karman's core competencies in integrated composite systems for space & defense applications and creates a leading manufacturer in the carbon/carbon market.
The senior leadership team at CRG developed the patented MG family of ...
Evolv Technology | August 16, 2022
Evolv Technology, the global leader in AI-based weapons detection security screening, recently surveyed security professionals at Evolv’s customers’ organizations on the topic of transparency and sensitive security information and reports that 96% of the two dozen respondents believe that such information should not be made available to the general public.The need to provide transparency without helping potential attackers is a fundamental paradox of the security industry. While avia...
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