BAE Systems is preparing for the potential rapid transition from demonstration to production of a low-cost optical seeker that will equip precision-guided munitions with the ability to navigate autonomously when GPS is denied and to automatically detect, identify and home onto fixed, moving and relocatable targets. DARPA, along with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), has selected BAE over Lockheed Martin for a $13.1 million contract for Phase 2 of the Seeker Cost Transformation ...

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