Next generation technology used to wage wars of the future will be on display for two weeks off the coast of California later this month. The upcoming Fleet Battle Experiment-Juliet (FBE-J) will offer the military an unprecedented glance at how established
For a considerable length of time, Derek Paget-Clarke has been acting as general manager of ITT Decca Marine, pending the appointment of a new president for the company. Mr. Paget-Clarke carried out extensive reorganization of the company, was responsible for the recent move to Palm Coast,
Despite a parceling of marine business to the Far East, the British commercial and naval marine construction base has fought to maintain an edge in certain niches. VT Halmatic has been one of the more progressive and aggressive British companies
Frank W. McBee Jr., chairman and president of Tracor, Inc., has announced that the temporary suspension of the company by the Department of the Navy was lifted, effective November 22, 1985, and that Tracor has resumed contracting activity with government agencies.
Marcel P. Joseph has been elected executive vice president of Communications Satellite Corporation (COMSAT), Washington, D.C. He will report to COMSAT president Irving Goldstein, and will be responsible for the management and operations of all of COMSAT's business units.
EDO Corporation, College Point, N.Y. 11356, a pioneer designer and manufacturer of avionics, oceanographic and electronic equipment, has announced that it has increased its overseas business with the receipt of an order of slightly more than $7 million from a foreign customer.
Comsat of Washington, D.C., announced that Bruce D. Smith has been elected president of Comsat Technology Products, Inc. In this newly created position, Mr. Smith is responsible for the management of the corporation's telecommunications equipment manufacturing and marketing activities.
Norway's PGS Geophysical renewed its global satellite communications agreement with Telenor through June 2005. The current agreement calls for Telenor to continue to provide its fully managed Sealink service to a PGS Geophysical fleet of 14 high-tech
New AIS solutions and applications are coming out as you read this report! The evolution of AIS solutions is proceeding at breakneck speed, with a healthy mix of traditional names and new faces introducing new and improved products at every turn.