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  Digital Engineering Archive

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The digital revolution is here. Industry 4.0 advancements are revolutionizing manufacturing and production in many industries -- but for defense systems and Lockheed Martin, manufacturing is just the beginning.
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The Precision Strike Missile, known as PrSM, successfully completed its third test flight this Spring, bringing the Army one step closer to introducing its new munitions program.
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Lockheed Martin has partnered with government agencies for more than a decade to take an incremental approach and demonstrate joint all-domain operations through a series of Open System Architecture flight tests.

Model-based engineering optimizes design and links design, manufacturing and sustainment teams on a common digital thread to save costs and speed program lifecycles

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next-Gen Software Archive

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Our team capitalizes on common code whenever possible to rapidly deliver mission capabilities at a lower cost with the same level of quality and mission success our customers have come to expect.
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With a nationwide network of locations and experts up and running, Lockheed Martin’s Software Factory is propelling modern software practices for the rapid development and continuous delivery of software to advance customer mission needs.
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Working with the Air Force, Lockheed Martin has used agile development to evolve the signals intelligence capabilities for the Distributed Common Ground System, the Air Force’s intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) system.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Digital Enablement Archive

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We’re delivering full-spectrum cyber capabilities and cyber resilient systems to our defense, intelligence community and global security customers. Lockheed Martin is inspired by their missions and we’re dedicated to helping governments and militaries around the world protect their platforms, systems, networks and data.
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Technology is transforming how humans and machines work together. That’s why Lockheed Martin is investing in the development of optionally-manned and unmanned systems. Because we recognize that the question isn’t just about who’s the best person for the job—it’s about what’s the best team for the mission.
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A new era of space-based computing is now being tested in-orbit that will enable artificial intelligence, data analytics, cloud networking and advanced satellite communications in a robust new software-defined architecture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Data as a Strategic Asset Archive

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A new warfighting concept known as Multi-Domain Operations or Joint All-Domain Operations synchronizes major systems and crucial data sources with revolutionary simplicity, MDO/JADO provides a complete picture of the battlespace and empowers warfighters to quickly make decisions that drive action.
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Lockheed Martin has launched the latest version of RELY3D®, an advanced visualization and training tool for Apache AH-64 sensor system maintainers.
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Learn more about Lockheed Martin’s MAIA “digital ecosystem,” which combines machine learning with AR/VR to provide more self-reliance to manned space missions.
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A new warfighting concept known as Multi-Domain Operations or Joint All-Domain Operations synchronizes major systems and crucial data sources with revolutionary simplicity, MDO/JADO provides a complete picture of the battlespace and empowers warfighters to quickly make decisions that drive action.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Advanced Production Archive

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We’re delivering full-spectrum cyber capabilities and cyber resilient systems to our defense, intelligence community and global security customers. Lockheed Martin is inspired by their missions and we’re dedicated to helping governments and militaries around the world protect their platforms, systems, networks and data.
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Technology is transforming how humans and machines work together. That’s why Lockheed Martin is investing in the development of optionally-manned and unmanned systems. Because we recognize that the question isn’t just about who’s the best person for the job—it’s about what’s the best team for the mission.
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A new era of space-based computing is now being tested in-orbit that will enable artificial intelligence, data analytics, cloud networking and advanced satellite communications in a robust new software-defined architecture.
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Lockheed Martin, the prime contractor building Orion, has employed HoloLens 2 on a variety of assembly tasks for the spacecraft that will be used in NASA’s Artemis II mission, the first to carry a crew of astronauts aboard Orion.
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The Polaris team is collaborating with a supplier in the digital environment, executing Full-Size Determinate Assembly and ultimately demonstrating advanced manufacturing capability with robotic assembly.
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Lockheed Martin’s continuing to drive advanced production across all facilities, including the new high-capacity Gateway Center satellite manufacturing facility. With transformation capabilities, this facility supports accelerated space vehicle production, assembly and testing in a single, flexibly configured space, accommodating multiple security classification levels.