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  • CANADIAN UAVS SECURES NATION-WIDE BVLOS PERMIT FOR FLIGHT OPERATIONS
  • L’industrie manufacturière a été la plus ciblée par les cyberattaques en 2021

    April 6, 2022 | Local, C4ISR, Security

    L’industrie manufacturière a été la plus ciblée par les cyberattaques en 2021

    L’industrie manufacturière a été la plus ciblée par les cyberattaques en 2021 L’industrie manufacturière a été remarquablement la plus ciblée en 2021 en termes de cyberattaques devançant le secteur financier qui était le plus visé auparavant. Dans cet article, nous allons citer les faiblesses qui exposent les manufacturiers aux cyberattaques et nous ferons des recommandations pour se mettre à l'abri de celles-ci. Lire l'article https://streamscan.ai/nouvelles/lindustrie-manufacturiere-a-ete-la-plus-ciblee-par-les-cyberattaques-en-2021

  • Arcfield Canada Awarded $50M CF-18 Avionics  Optimized Weapon System Support Contract Extension

    April 6, 2022 | Local, Aerospace

    Arcfield Canada Awarded $50M CF-18 Avionics Optimized Weapon System Support Contract Extension

    CALGARY, Alberta, April 6, 2022— Arcfield Canada Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Arcfield, has been awarded a two-year contract extension by the Department of National Defence to provide support services for the Royal Canadian Air Force’s (RCAF) CF-18 Avionics (AVS) Optimized Weapon System Support (OWSS) program. The award, which represents follow-on work for the company, has a total value of $50 million.   Under the contract extension, Arcfield Canada will continue to provide support for the entire CF-18 avionics suite and associated support equipment through the end of March 2024. As a leader in avionics sustainment, Arcfield Canada administers the complete lifecycle management, engineering support services, supply chain management, and maintenance, repair and overhaul of avionics systems for the RCAF. To date, the company has completed more than 70,000 repairs on the CF-18 avionics. “We are pleased that the Department of National Defence and the RCAF has trusted Arcfield to continue its service for the CF-18 aircraft,” said Jacques Comtois, director of Canadian operations, Arcfield Canada. “For 35 years, our organization has been a dedicated and valued partner to the Canadian Armed Forces supporting Canada’s fighter fleet, and we look forward to continuing that partnership through this contract.” As the prime contractor on the CF-18 AVS OWSS program, Arcfield Canada Corp. has been providing comprehensive in-service and integrated logistics support for the RCAF’s CF-18 fighter aircraft for more than three decades. “This extension is a testament to the expertise and value we have provided on the OWSS program over the last several decades,” said Kevin Kelly, chief executive officer and chairman of Arcfield. “As a company that is built on a foundation of always putting our customers’ missions first, we are honoured to continue this mission-critical work for the Department of National Defence.” This extension also comes after the company received an additional two-year task order to upgrade the CF-18 fleet with a new two-way data link capability, valued at $28 million.   About Arcfield Canada Corp. Arcfield Canada has been a trusted partner to the Canadian Armed Forces for more than 35 years; supplying world-class in-service and integrated logistics support through its expertise in supply chain management, maintenance and repair, and engineering solutions. Arcfield Canada is a wholly owned subsidiary of Arcfield, a global defense and security solutions provider to the U.S. government and its allies. The company has more than 60 years of proven experience providing advanced engineering and analysis, and IT capabilities to support our nation’s most critical national security missions. With 16 offices around the world, Arcfield employs approximately 1,200 engineers, analysts, IT specialists, and other professionals who put our customers’ missions first, helping them solve their most complex challenges through innovations in modeling, simulation and analysis, and digital transformation. Visit arcfield.ca for more details.   Press Contact:  Deborah Lovegrove Arcfield Canada Sr. Manager, Marketing and Communications 613-818-5411 Deborah.lovegrove@arcfield.com

  • Canada under the gun as NATO allies to present defence spending plans by June

    March 30, 2022 | Local, Aerospace, Naval, Land, C4ISR, Security

    Canada under the gun as NATO allies to present defence spending plans by June

    BRUSSELS - Canada faces fresh pressure to increase its defence spending as the head of the NATO military allia...

  • Canada announces Lockheed as top-ranked bidder for future fighter, begins negotiations for F-35 - Skies Mag

    March 30, 2022 | Local, Aerospace

    Canada announces Lockheed as top-ranked bidder for future fighter, begins negotiations for F-35 - Skies Mag

    Negotiations could begin as early as this week between the Canadian government and Lockheed Martin for the acquisition of 88 F-35A Lightning II fighter jets.

  • Canada picks F-35 as CF-18 fighter replacement

    March 30, 2022 | Local, Aerospace

    Canada picks F-35 as CF-18 fighter replacement

    Canada has begun negotiations with Lockheed Martin and the US government to finalise the acquisition of 88 F-35As after selecting the fifth-generation type for its long-running fighter competition.

  • Assessing the costs and benefits of Canada's 12-year F-35 odyssey

    March 30, 2022 | Local, Aerospace

    Assessing the costs and benefits of Canada's 12-year F-35 odyssey

    There was no fake cockpit, no smiles or thumbs up as Procurement Minister Filomena Tassi and Defence Minister Anita Anand made the announcement that Canada was going with the F-35.

  • Liberals launch negotiations to buy F-35 fighter jets | CBC News

    March 30, 2022 | Local, Aerospace

    Liberals launch negotiations to buy F-35 fighter jets | CBC News

    The Canadian government has chosen the F-35 as its preferred replacement for the air force's four-decade-old CF-18 fighters and will open negotiations with the stealth jet's manufacturer, Lockheed Martin.

  • Analysis: Will billions of dollars in new funding for the Canadian military be wasted?

    March 30, 2022 | Local, Aerospace, Naval, Land, C4ISR, Security

    Analysis: Will billions of dollars in new funding for the Canadian military be wasted?

    An injection of billions of dollars more for the military doesn’t mean the country will be more secure.

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