Posts Tagged ‘Lockheed Martin’

Infinity Festival Explores Advancements in Virtual Reality and Immersive Tech

Posted by Meredith McGrath

Among the dinosaur exhibits and ancient artifacts, museum visitors of all ages strapped on headsets at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History and stepped into virtual reality to explore the latest advancements in immersive technology.

The museum hosted …

Lockheed Martin Takes Step to Enhance Aircraft Cybersecurity with New Contract

Posted by Lance Murray

Lockheed Martin, one of North Texas’ largest defense businesses, announced that it is expanding its contract with Guardtime Federal to evaluate systems that would enhance cyber-related supply chain security for its aircraft.

Lockheed Martin said the new contract builds on …

On Our Radar: U.S. Army Seeks Home for Military Innovation Office

Posted by Lance Murray

Ten-hut! Municipal leaders across the nation will be at attention when the U.S. Army soon announces a short list of cities that could be the home to the Army Futures Command — sort of a military innovation office.

The Army

Aces of Space

Posted by Hanah Cho

Lockheed Martin and Boeing are some of the big guns that anchor Dallas-Fort Worth’s aerospace and aviation industry, a major engine for the region’s economy. But these corporate giants aren’t the only ones with the right stuff.

A number of

Lockheed Martin Forecasts Tech Trends for Defense in 2018

Posted by Lance Murray

Defense giant Lockheed Martin has looked ahead and identified the top technologies it said will play a major role in the years ahead for the defense and aerospace industry.

Lockheed Martin is a major employer in Dallas-Fort Worth, employing thousands …

Lockheed Martin Sees Bright Future in Tidal Energy

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Researchers at Lockheed Martin’s Grand Prairie facility are tapping into a new energy source that’s half a world away off the coast of Scotland.

They have developed a tidal energy turbine that generates electricity from the rapid flow of water …

Lockheed Going Full Speed on Supersonic Aircraft

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Supersonic commercial flights sound amazing in theory but in practice, they’ve been extinct since the Concorde took its last flight in 2003.

The hiccup for domestic flights has been that aircraft can’t break the sound barrier over the United States. …

Wilson Co.’s New Devices Bound for Outer Space

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

The Addison-based Wilson Co.’s Systems Division always is under pressure — making equipment that’s used to help drill a mile into the earth, engage in aerial combat at 20,000 feet, or break through the bounds of Earth 62 miles into …