Sidewinder-Byte has a ruggedised modular/open architecture design compliant with MOSA standards and an unlimited deployment capability.
AUSA 2021 - US seeks new strategies to improve FMS
The US federal government has been mulling ways of improving its FMS programme for partners and allies. In a panel discussion during the AUSA event in Washington DC on 11-13 October, there were calls for new strategies to maintain US competitiveness in the international market.
Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) director Heidi Grant explained that the US has to be more flexible with its allies since many of these countries are dealing with economic challenges.
In this sense, she said that enabling some states to spread the payment over several years would be beneficial for both sides.
Grant pointed out that the DSCA has been working …
More from Defence Notes
South Korean firm Hanwha Defense is keen to team up with US suppliers as a means of accessing DoD procurement programmes.
RAIN delivers faster information flow to troops and a beta version is set for release, says Ultra.
UVision and MAG Aerospace will provide operational and training solutions for HERO Loitering Munitions.
New radar uses LTAMDS technology developed for the US Army.
Curtiss-Wright has developed systems that comply with US Army modular open standards.