Most Read Articles on DA in February 2024

February 2024 saw a number of significant developments including new products, technologies, and partnerships formed By Joseph Macey / 02 Mar 2024
Most Read Articles on DA in February 2024
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We published nearly 100 articles on DefenseAdvancement.com in February 2024, covering significant developments across the defense, military and security sectors.

Check out the top five most read articles on Defense Advancement in February 2024:

1. New Amphibious Combat Vehicle Test Variant for U.S. Marine Corps

BAE Systems has delivered the test vehicle of the new Amphibious Combat Vehicle 30mm Cannon (ACV-30) variant to the U.S. Marine Corps for testing.

ACV-30 is the third variant in the ACV family of vehicles designed, developed, and built since BAE Systems was selected as the prime contractor for the program in 2018.

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2. Echodyne and OWT Global Partner for Next-Gen Situational Awareness Solutions

Echodyne Corp and OWT Global have formed a strategic relationship to develop and bring to market next-generation situational awareness solutions with CUAS, UxS, and C5ISR capabilities, among others.

The companies will focus on optimizing existing capabilities and expanding these into new applications. Additionally, the relationship establishes a proven services support model to grow with Echodyne radars.

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3. BlueHalo Releases Integrated C2 System for Uncrewed Airspace Operations

BlueHalo has introduced VigilantHalo, a software-driven integration platform for real-time airspace Command-and-Control (C2). 

VigilantHalo’s versatile design supports multiple missions including air traffic control (ATC), beyond visual line-of-sight (BVLOS), and Counter-Uncrewed Aerial Systems (C-UAS).

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4. G3 Systems to Refurbish British Army DEWs

G3 Systems has recently announced a rolling refurbishment program to extend the life of the Deployable Engineering Workshops (DEW) capability for up to 10 years, whilst at the same time improving the DEWs overall performance to increase its sustainability and operational longevity. 

The DEW comprises of twelve containers, along with a tented system, that provides a deployable engineering facility used by the military, and specifically the Royal Engineers, in theatre and for operational duties in both the UK and overseas. There are three remaining systems, which are used on a rotational basis dependent on operational needs. 

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5. Anduril Unveils New Family of Passive Infrared Sensors

Anduril Industries has introduced Iris, a family of passive airborne imaging and targeting sensors with advanced technology to support a range of airborne combat applications such as infrared search and track (IRST), missile warning, visualization, and targeting.

Iris is a passive sensor, meaning that it does not emit significant radiation and cannot be easily detected or disrupted when operating in contested environments.

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