G Systems delivers Test Set to Lockheed Martin

  • April 06, 2007
  • G Systems
  • News
PLANO, Texas – April 06, 2007 – G Systems delivered the second of two NLOS-LS Test Sets to Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control (LMMFC) in Grand Prairie, TX. LMMFC awarded the $1M contract to G Systems in 2006 for design, integration, and installation of an automated test station for the Non-Line-of-Sight - Launch System (NLOS-LS) container launch unit.The NLOS-LS is being developed for the U.S. Army’s Future Combat Systems ( FCS). FCS is the Army’s modernization program providing soldiers with leading-edge technologies and capabilities. The FCS, NLOS LS spin out one (system hardware) consists of the Precision Attack Missile, (PAM) and a highly deployable, platform-independent Container Launch Unit (C/LU) with self-contained tactical fire control electronics and software for remote and unmanned operations. Each Container Launch Unit (C/LU) will consist of a computer and communications system and 15 missiles. “This test system is the result of a great engineering collaboration between G Systems and Lockheed Martin” said Lynda Harrell, G Systems’ President and CEO. “Because of the outstanding working relationship between G Systems and Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control, we were able to turn a complex, full functional test system from design to installation in less than 6 months.” About G Systems, L.P. Headquartered in Plano , Texas , G Systems is a privately held engineering services and systems integration company offering expertise in designing turnkey test and measurement, data acquisition, and control systems. Since 1990, G Systems has maintained a strong reputation for reliable delivery of quality automated test and control systems. In 2006, G Systems reported an 11 percent increase in revenue, year-over-year, marking record annual revenue and the 15 th year of revenue growth in the company’s 16-year history. G Systems supplies test system products/services to aerospace/defense, telecom, manufacturing, semiconductor, oil exploration, and medical industries. Learn More

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