Lockheed Team: $758M for TI-12/TI-14 Submarine Electronics

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SSN-688I cutaway(click to view full) June 20/11: Lockheed Martin, Mission Systems and Sensors in Eagan, MN receives a $758.2 million indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract with firm-fixed-price, cost-plus-award-fee, and cost reimbursable contract line item numbers. They’ll design, produce, install and support Technical Insertion-[20]12 and Technical Insertion -[20]14 hardware into US submarines, upgrading their internal electronics using a combination of Navy and commercial standards. Using commercial standards at all is a step forward from past practice, and Lockheed Martin has gained considerable sales and experience by packaging commercial standards for naval military use. In terms of supported submarines… HMAS Waller(click to view full) The TI-12 and TI-14 upgrades will be available to all American attack submarines: SSN-688/688i Los Angeles, SSN-774 Virginia Class, and SSN-21 Seawolf Class boats, plus the 4 converted SSN-626 SSGNs. The U.S. Navy will also provide the Royal Australian Navy with similar technology insertions for their diesel-electric Collins Class submarines, through the Foreign Military Sales program. The gear is a modular framework of processors and display computer resources consisting of consoles, card cages, high resolution monitors, large-screen displays, and associated peripherals, hooked into submarine local area networks. Work will be performed in Eagan, MN (99%), and Johnstown, PA (1%), and […]

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