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Persistent Systems has demonstrated its mobile ad-hoc networking technology as part of a U.S. Army initiative to explores the potential of an optionally manned vehicle to control multiple robotic units. The branch envisions teaming between an optionally manned fighting vehicle and support robotic combat vehicles through the RCV program, the company said Tuesday.

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Altamira Technologies will collaborate with five other companies under a one-year, $8.5M contract to build a mission data processing application prototype for the U.S. Space Force's Future Operationally Resilient Ground Evolution program. “We are excited to have the opportunity to leverage our core capabilities and experience to further serve this important national space mission area," said Blaine Worthington, chief operating officer of Altamira.

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Lockheed Martin has announced the launch readiness of an upcoming military space satellite designed to provide missile warning via infrared technology. The company said Wednesday its fifth Space-Based Infrared System Geosynchronous Earth Orbit satellite or SBIRS GEO-5 is set for flight in 2021, following the satellite's completion in October this year.

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Xerox's PARC subsidiary will build additional solar-powered drifters under the second phase of a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency effort to collect ocean data using a floating distributed network. PARC produced 1,500 floating devices during the initial phase of DARPA's Ocean of Things program and aims to provide up to 10K compact units for the next round, Xerox said Thursday.

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