Raytheon Completes Important GPS OCX Information Assurance Exercise

By Courtney Albon / March 29, 2013 at 12:29 PM
Information assurance will be a key component of the next-generation Global Position System ground control capability and, with the completion of some key testing in February, prime contractor Raytheon is working with the Air Force to close vulnerabilities and build a secure system. The system, referred to as GPS OCX, is being developed in line with Lockheed Martin's production of GPS III satellites, which OCX will control along with the constellation's legacy satellites. In a March 27 interview with Inside...

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