The award is part of the Military Prototype Advancement Initiative, funded by the Department of Defense and issued through the Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium, a collaboration of industry and academia to facilitate R&D activities with USAMRDC and other government agencies.
According to the Army-affiliated Aviation & Missile Technology Consortium, it appears that PrSM incumbent Lockheed Martin received $33.3 million for the development and demonstration of a “Long Range Fires Capability,” while the Raytheon team received almost $100 million for “Long Range Precision Fires air-breathing missile prototypes.”
Prytime Medical announces the launch of the PROMPT Observational Clinical Trial, the first prospective in-human study of Partial REBOA
The PROMPT Study will give the trauma community the most compelling data yet on where Partial REBOA using pREBOA-PRO will fit in their toolkit to improve patient outcomes and save lives.
The award comes under a Rapid Prototyping Other Transaction Agreement based on a competitive evaluation varying from $1 million to $25 million, depending on how far competitors go in the effort.
Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic invited industry partners to an exclusive tabletop demonstration at Advanced Technology International (ATI) headquarters in late February to help them conceptualize the development of a prototype that will enhance the Marine Corps’ all-source intelligence system.
The Naval Information Warfare Center is looking for industry partners to prototype new solutions to advance automation of key systems across the defense enterprise. A NIWC announcement published Monday taps the Information Warfare Research Project Consortium, which solicits prototypes from member companies, to generate ideas for advances on a variety of technological fronts for the Navy and other services.
For the Navy, the team was selected for a National Shipbuilding Research Program (NSRP) research & development project, as part of the program’s continuing mission to reduce costs associated with U. S. shipbuilding and ship repair. Through this project, the team will use MELD to additively manufacture flight deck tie-downs.
The National Armaments Consortium welcomes 1000th member with addition of Equinox Innovative Systems
The National Armaments Consortium today announced the addition of Equinox Innovative Systems (EIS) as the organization's 1000th member company. EIS joins an unparalleled network of traditional and nontraditional defense contractors, academic institutions, and national research laboratories that collaborate with the Department of Defense to deliver breakthrough technologies to ensure U.S. warfighters have the decisive edge on the battlefield.
On February 13, the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) issued information about the Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP) 2 Industry Day. The Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic and NIWC Pacific plan to attend the Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP) Consortium Quarterly Industry Day hosted by Advanced Technology International (ATI) at the Virginia Beach Convention Center on Wednesday, March 8, 2023.
Ken Riordan, principal architect for Nokia Federal, has been elected as a member of the National Spectrum Consortium’s executive committee, where he will serve as a representative for large, non-traditional companies.