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Surveillance Operations

PAL Aerospace extends search capabilities

21 February 2019

PAL Aerospace will be incorporating a leading-edge optical search system that can detect small objects such as fishing buoys and people in the water over significant areas. This technology will be a boost for search and rescue, fisheries surveillance, counter narcotics or border protection efficiency.

Ottawa announces official selection of CSC ship design

8 February 2019

The Government of Canada officially announced today that it has officially selected Lockheed Martin Canada for the design of 15 new Canadian Surface Combatants that will be built at Irving Shipbuilding’s Halifax Shipyard.

Naval Group to bid on submarines for The Netherlands

7 February 2019

Dutch shipbuilder and systems integrator, Royal IHC, has signed an agreement to become core partners with Naval Group in a bid for the Netherlands' submarine replacement project.

Next Gen simulation system launched by IXTROM

6 February 2019

IXTROM, a leader in situational awareness and information management systems, has launched IXVMS (Intelligence, Visualization, Modeling and Simulation) collective training management and awareness system, a game-changing, next-generation training and simulation solution that prepares soldiers for the challenges of modern warfare.

NSS progress

Joint Support Ships to include Lockheed CMS

6 February 2019

Seaspan has selected Lockheed Martin Canada’s modern Command Management System (CMS 330) for the future Protecteur-Class Joint Support Ships (JSS).

LC4ISR contracts awarded to GDMS

30 January 2019

Three 5-year support contracts have been awarded to General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada. The contracts will provide support to the Canadian Army for its Land Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (LC4ISR) systems.

FLIP 2018

FrontLine Innovation Platform

15 December 2018

For our first edition of top global innovators, FrontLine has gathered a select group of ­organizations that take their innovative priorities ­seriously. From artistic design to advanced materials to cutting-edge technologies and imaginative research, you will no doubt hear more from these companies in the future. Contact us today for ­inclusion in our Fall 2019 edition.

Hungary orders 16 multi-role helicopters

14 December 2018

Hungary becomes the 9th country to have selected the H225M helicopter. A member of the multi-role Super Puma family of helicopters, this military variant is designed for combat environments and crisis areas.

Lockheed and L3 team up for Future Aircrew Training

13 December 2018

Lockheed Martin Canada and L3 MAS announced they have joined forces to offer a military aircrew training solution for DND's Future Aircrew Training (FAcT) project.

B-Temia and Lockheed to optimize exoskeleton for US military

29 November 2018

B-Temia, a Canadian robotics tech company and leader in the human mobility market, with its partner Lockheed Martin, appointed as the prime contractor, announced its engagement in a major agreement with U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research for artificial intelligence technology for advanced exoskeleton capabilities.

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