Most Read Articles on DA in March 2024

March 2024 saw a number of significant developments published on Defense Advancement including new partnerships, technologies, and contracts awarded By Joseph Macey / 29 Mar 2024
Most Read Articles on Defense Advancement in March 2024
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We published nearly 100 articles on in March 2024, covering significant developments across the defense, military and security sectors.

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

1. Honeywell Demonstrates 80kW Cooling Capability of F-35 PTMS

Honeywell Aerospace Technologies successfully demonstrated the ability to upgrade the current cooling capacity of the F-35’s Power and Thermal Management System (PTMS) to 80kW.

With this significantly enhanced cooling capability, Honeywell now far exceeds the current 32kW cooling needs of the U.S. military and its allied partners.

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2. USSOCOM Contract Award for Blackwave Next-Gen UAS Communications

Performance Drone Works (PDW), a developer of mission-versatile small unmanned aerial system (sUAS), has been awarded a $6.9 million contract from the Special Operations Forces Acquisitions, Technology and Logistics (SOF AT&L) office.

The contract will see the delivery of Blackwave, a next-generation radio system specifically designed to overcome contested and congested RF environments.

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3. Reliable & Energy-Efficient Climate Control Solutions for Defense & Humanitarian Operations

Active all over the world and one of the biggest HVAC manufacturers in the EU, Dantherm Group discusses field-deployable climate control solutions that can be depended on even under the most difficult of conditions.

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4. New Extreme-Rugged IP69K Embedded & GPU Computers for Military Vehicles

Neousys Technology is expanding its SEMIL family of ruggedized computing systems with the introduction of the IP69K-rated SEMIL-2000 series.

In addition to supporting Intel 14th/ 13th/ 12th-Gen LGA1700 processors, the SEMIL-2000 series also includes a variant that supports the NVIDIA L4 GPU. All models can operate in temperatures ranging from -40°C to 70°C.

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5. Echodyne’s Integrated Radar Added for BVLOS Operations

Kongsberg Geospatial has partnered with Echodyne to accelerate and extend Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) operations for Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) applications.

The collaboration will provide enhanced situational awareness to Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) operators by visualizing all airspace movement, cooperative and noncooperative, to ensure safe and reliable UAS operations.

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