Lockheed Martin, Thales team to deliver space radar solutions

  • 12-Jan-2009 03:11 EST
Lockheed Martin and Thales Alenia Space of Italy are forming a strategic partnership to jointly develop and deliver a new family of space-based remote sensing systems. Thales Alenia Space develops, manufactures, and delivers turnkey remote sensing systems including satellites, platforms, and payloads that feature synthetic aperture radars for civilian, defense, and dual-use applications. Lockheed Martin Space Systems has a long history in small satellite production and systems integration expertise. The initial focus of the partnership is to combine the experience and capabilities of each company to offer new, highly responsive, and agile space radar solutions for a variety of customers.
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