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U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Steven Hoskins/Released

USS Colorado Commissioned

are very excited for the future of the ship," said Executive Officer, Lt. Cmdr. Stephen Col. "I can honestly say I have the greatest job in the Navy."   Also, in Virginia-class SSNs, traditional periscopes have been replaced by two photonics masts that host visible and infrared digital cameras atop telescoping arms, which are maneuvered by a Xbox controller. Through the extensive use of modular construction, open architecture, and commercial off-the-shelf components, the Virginia class is designed to remain at the cutting edge for its entire operational life through the rapid introduction

Fugro Awarded US Government Survey Work

quantity (IDIQ) type contract will support the architect and engineering survey and mapping support services for the military, civil and federal agencies of the Corps team, Mobile District.   Using a variety of airborne sensors and systems, including topographic LiDAR, bathymetric LiDAR, digital cameras and multispectral/hyperspectral imagers, Fugro will provide integrated data collection and processing in support of the USACE’S National Coastal Mapping Program. Other services within the scope of this IDIQ contract include photogrammetry, vessel based hydrographic surveying, topographic

The only aircraft of its kind operating in Alaska, Tulugaq’s DA42 combines remote sensing capabilities with low visibility and quiet operation to conduct complex data collection operations without disturbing protected wildlife. (Photo: Tulugaq)

Fairweather Forms New Subsidiary Tulugaq

ability to share assets and programming costs between projects provides an added benefit to clients. Tulugaq’s operations are supported by the purchase of a new Diamond DA42 optionally-manned aircraft outfitted with live streaming high-definition video, infrared and ultra high resolution digital cameras. Future integration will include the addition of multispectral sensors. Tulugaq is one of the few operators of the DA42 in the U.S. and the only operator in Alaska. Originally designed for government work, the DA42 is designed to collect data in harsh weather and no-light conditions. The aircraft&rsq

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