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After a decade of predominantly performing an overland role, the formidable CP-140 Aurora is getting back up to speed for its original anti-submarine warfare task.
General Dynamics Mission Systems – Canada is addressing the technology gap that exists between what most first responders have and what the public takes for granted in a world of smart devices, time saving apps, and high-speed broadband networks.
General Dynamics Canada announced the CDN$122 million, three-year contract to upgrade the Canadian Forces' existing fleet of Combat Net Radios in October 2014.
The Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) knows it as the Block III CP-140M Aurora long-range patrol aircraft. And it’s an airplane that is crammed with gadgetry fit for James Bond.
OTTAWA, ON - General Dynamics Canada received the Award for Most Supportive Employer in Alberta, in a ceremony Friday at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa.
General Dynamics Canada has introduced the latest in its family of acoustic processing systems – the Venom UYS-505 – at the IMDEX exhibition in Singapore.
Canadian Defence Review has published their annual edition listing the Top 50 Defence Companies in Canada. General Dynamics Canada has defended its #2 position "due to its consistent innovation, adaptation to changing markets and ongoing contributions".
Vanguard Magazine profiles General Dynamics Canada in their article "The Value of an R&D Dollar - Defence industry among leading investor".
Canadian Defence Review's Western report features General Dynamics Canada, one of the country's largest Canadian defence companies.
CDR: General Dynamics Canada's Work on the Navy's New Cyclone Helicopter, Upgrading the CP140 Aurora, Land Forces Programs and More
Canadian Defence Review's Editor in Chief recently interviewed Dave Ibbetson, General Manager, General Dynamics Canada for a one-on-one interview about the company's work on the navy's new Cyclone helicopter, upgrading the CP140 Aurora, Land Forces programs and more.
General Dynamics Canada's naval capabilities were profiled in CDR's Naval Suppliers Summit article, providing a snapshot of some technologies suitable for upcoming naval projects.
Digital Battlespace includes General Dynamics Canada's UYS-504 Family of Sonobuoy Acoustic Processors
Detecting submarines has become more difficult due to interference within littoral environments and significant improvements in stealth technology. Digital Battlespace explores some of the solutions offered by industry including General Dynamics Canada's UYS-504 family of sonobuoy acoustic processors.
General Dynamics Canada is looking at expeditionary underwater ISR for counter-mine missions with the development of its TrailBlazer Sonar (Digital Battlespace; Volume 4, #2 - March 2012).
OTTAWA, ON, August 25, 2011 — The Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance (CATA) is pleased to announce that General Dynamics Canada has become its newest corporate member.