Leonardo Seaspray AESA Maritime Radar to be Integrated on GA-ASI SeaGuardian

SAN DIEGO – General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) is working with Leonardo to integrate the Leonardo Seaspray 7500E V2 radar into the centerline radar pod of its MQ-9B SeaGuardian remotely-piloted aircraft system (RPAS). The integration of this market-leading radar onto the SeaGuardian will enable persistent maritime ISR and is available to our international customer base.

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Check out the cover story in Laser Focus World! Advancements in Laser Technology from ELI Beamlines, LLNL, and Leonardo Electronics US Inc featured in January issue

ELI Beamlines, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), and Leonardo Electronics US Inc. have teamed up to advance high-power laser capabilities in their pursuit of a petawatt laser. This global collaboration has already demonstrated significant performance improvements for laser technologies, specifically for the LLNL-developed High-Repetition-Rate Advanced Petawatt Laser System (L3-HAPLS), with implications for a range of promising applications.

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DEPS Systems Symposium Re-cap – The Scaling and Industrialization of Directed Energy Pump Sources

At the recent DEPS Systems Symposium, Leonardo’s John Goings presented key advancements in directed energy pump sources. His presentation, titled “The Road to Power Scaling and Industrialization of Directed Energy Pump Sources,” reviewed the role of semiconductor laser diodes, the pumping source, in directed energy laser systems.

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What to expect in 2021 from Leonardo in the US

As Leonardo operations in the US work to close out 2020 with deliveries across a range of US programs, we are looking ahead to 2021. Whether government, security, medical, industrial or automotive, the advancements we’re working toward are strategically designed to support your needs and growth targets.

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Laser-Based Fusion Energy: Can Diode Technology Speed Viability?

Physicists have been conducting extensive research for decades to explore the feasibility of fusion-based energy production, looking to tap what could be a trillion-dollar market with the hope of achieving the ultimate, clean, nearly inexhaustible source of energy.

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ELI Beamlines & Leonardo Electronics: A Mission to Develop the Most Advanced Laser Equipment

ELI Beamlines, a part of the Extreme Light Infrastructure (ELI) pan-European project of scientific excellence in Europe, aims to operate some of the world's most intense laser systems. Lawrence Livermore National Lab (LLNL) was awarded the contract for the L3 laser system from ELI Beamlines, and both teams had come together on development of a high-average-power, high-energy system—a petawatt laser operating at 10 Hz.

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Smart Spaces & Cities: Impact of COVID-19 on Emerging Lidar Applications

In the last several years, there has been a growing demand for technology to support smart city applications. The idea being that a city empowered by data allows for greater efficiency in almost any aspect. Benefits range from ensuring faster, more accurate response times for first responders to analyzing traffic patterns for better infrastructure design. Big data, artificial intelligence, and reliable sensing technology are all essential for this to be successful.

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Thermal Imaging Camera Applications & Technology Advancements

Thermal imaging technology has been in development since the early 1930’s and has seen widespread use since the beginning of World War II. Leonardo’s thermal imaging technology has continued to evolve since. In 2020, Leonardo offers a wide range of thermal imaging technologies for various applications across industries and the globe. Reducing cost and improving usability have been the major focuses among industry leaders in broadening capabilities. 

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Behind the Scenes of Leonardo Electronics’ US Laser Repair and Production Facility

Leonardo Electronics US facility in Huntsville, AL has long helped the US DoD strengthen its supply chain and support key programs. By locally servicing laser systems for critical platforms like the Apache, Leonardo can reduce out-of-service time by as much as six weeks. This bespoke, highly specialized skillset, allows the DoD and prime contractors to procure best-in-class technology, while meeting the unique requirements of the US DoD.

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COVID-19 Updates

Leonardo Electronics US has been defined as part of the essential critical infrastructure workforce, and as such, are expected by the US Department of Defense to maintain staffing and work schedules necessary to meet contract requirements.

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