The U.S. Army seems to be looking into replacing the Humvee combat vehicles with a new generation. A concept by BAE...
Mar 27 2008, 2:23am CDT
Source: Cision Wire
Leyland Trucks, one of the UK’s leading manufacturing companies, is proud to have been able to showcase its British production facilities in Leyland, Lancashire to 23 apprentices, including 12 on an exchange visit from Germany, and 11 British students from BAE Systems.
During their visit the group took part in an open Q&A session with Leyland design engineers. This was followed by a 3D CAD demonstration o ...
Full article at: Cision Wire
Jul 18 2014, 4:48am CDT
Source: Daily Mail
BAE Systems Strike II helmet-mounted display, unveiled at the Farnborough Air Show, boasts everything from a wraparound HD display in its visor to a built in night vision system. ...
Full article at: Daily Mail
Jul 17 2014, 7:08pm CDT
Fighter pilots have access to helmets with amazing abilities. However, they still have to strap on night heavy vision goggles to fly in the dark -- an all too literal pain in the neck. Much to aircrews' relief, BAE Sy ...
Full article at: Engadget
Jul 16 2014, 9:05pm CDT
Source: Stars and Stripes
Through the military surplus program, the Henderson County Sheriff’s Department has obtained roughly $1 million in equipment for the county, including Humvees, a bucket truck and a mine-resistant, ambush prot ...
Full article at: Stars and Stripes
Jul 11 2014, 12:20pm CDT
An international operation involving law enforcement and private sector organizations has been set up to combat the Shylock banking trojan. Shylock, which gets its name because the code contains lines from Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice, is thought to have infected at least 30,000 Windows computers worldwide.
To date Shylock has targeted the UK more than any other nation so the country's National ...
Full article at: BetaNews
Jul 11 2014, 5:27am CDT
Source: Roll Call
BAE Systems has released a series of concept videos -- compiled into one above -- on the future of military aircra ...
Full article at: Roll Call
Jul 7 2014, 5:03pm CDT
Source: Channel News Asia
JOHANNESBURG: Nearly a quarter of a million members of South Africa's largest union downed tools on Tuesday, beginning an indefinite strike that threatens to bring the engineering sector to a halt.Members of the National Union of Metalworkers marched in cities across the country, demanding a pay rise of up to 12 percent and better working conditions.
Members of the South African Union of National M ...
Full article at: Channel News Asia
Jul 1 2014, 8:31am CDT
The Times reports that BAE Systems plans to offer environmentally friendly bullets and weapon systems.
We are looking...
Sep 18 2006, 2:21pm CDT