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Oxley specialises in the design and manufacture of advanced electronic and electro-optic components and systems for air, land and sea applications within the military sector. Established in 1942, Oxley has manufacturing facilities in the UK and USA and enjoys representation worldwide. The company’s products include night vision and LED lighting, data capture systems and electronic components. Oxley has pioneered the development of night vision compatible lighting. It offers a total package incorporating optical filters, equipment modification, cockpit and external lighting along with fleet wide upgrade services including engineering, installation, support, maintenance and training. The company’s long experience of manufacturing night vision lighting and LED indicators, coupled with advances in LED technology, has enabled it to develop LED solutions to replace incandescent and fluorescent lighting in existing applications as well as becoming the lighting option of choice in new applications such as portable military hospitals, UAV control stations and communication shelters.

30 Sep 10. Curtiss-Wright Controls Embedded Computing (CWCEL), a business group of Curtiss-Wright Controls and a leading designer and manufacturer of rugged deployed subsystems for the aerospace and defense market, has announced the availability of its new G4V-VME ViperTM 6U VME single board computer (SBC). This rugged VME64x SBC, designed for safety critical applications, features Freescale’s fastest and most efficient PowerQUICCTM III processor, the MPC8548E, and an extensive I/O complement to provide a highly capable processing platform ideal for a wide range of deployed military applications. The Viper simplifies the integration of high performance compute power and a rich array of I/O into embedded COTS subsystems. Available in both air-cooled (-40 to 71° C) and conduction-cooled (-40 to 85° C) versions, the Viper is ideal for use either as an application-specific compute blade or as an intelligent I/O blade. This low-power 6U VME64x SBC typically uses 16W power. It supports two independent PMC sites at up to 66 MHz and a balanced complement of I/O capability such as Gigabit Ethernet, six UART serial ports, six HDLC/SDLC 12.5 Mbits/second serial ports, dual MIL-STD-1553 and TTL DIO.

11 Oct 10. Iran has unveiled 20 electronic, radar and optical projects as part of the country’s long-term plan to expand its defence capabilities and upgrade equipment, the Defence Ministry has said. Iranian Defence Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi said the projects would counter Western war threats over its nuclear energy programme. The projects will develop electronic warfare, radar technology, navigation and avionics systems, and thermal cameras, according to Press TV. He said though upgrading equipment was among top priorities of the Ministry, electronics and communications had the major role in achieving sustainable development. (Source: armytechnology.com)

11 Oct 10. Raytheon Company launched its new Clear View family of security solutions for border security, critical infrastructure protection and other security needs at the ASIS International conference and exhibition in Dallas. During the exhibition, Raytheon will be demonstrating the Clear View system that integrates and consolidates data from multiple sources to provide rapid situational awareness, accurate threat assessment and quick decision-making for enhanced security management.”Raytheon has applied its industry-leading expertise in providing mission-critical solutions for our military and government customers and has used that experience to develop the Clear View system,” said Andy Zogg, Raytheon Network Centric Systems vice president of Command and Control Systems. “The result is a highly comprehensive, effective and affordable system t

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