Pulse news magazine

Volume 29, June 2020
Electronic Systems Pulse highlights the ingenuity, expertise, and bold spirit of BAE Systems' employees across the globe.
Pulse Volume 29 news magazine
 

Pulse stories

ES President Terry Crimmins presents an award at the 2019 Partner 2 Win Supplier Symposium and Awards Dinner.

The Beacon: A holistic view of partnership

ES President Terry Crimmins reflects on the important role our supply partners play in helping us protect our customers, millions traveling around the world, and our brave service members.
As modern day threats rapidly evolve across all domains, it’s essential that platforms and crews are equipped with solutions to respond faster than ever before.

Mission survivability: Detecting and countering next-gen threats

As modern day threats rapidly evolve across all domains, it’s essential that platforms and crews are equipped with solutions to respond faster than ever before. BAE Systems’ Countermeasure & Electromagnetic Attack Solutions is focused on just that – enabling the current and future fleets on the ground and in the skies to detect, counter, and attack next-generation threats with holistic solutions.
Cheryl Paradis, vice president and general manager of FAST Labs, discusses putting challenges into perspective, the value of new and different experiences, and the drivers behind her nearly three-decade career with BAE Systems.

Virtual Mentoring: Opportunities for impact are everywhere

Cheryl Paradis, vice president and general manager of FAST Labs, discusses putting challenges into perspective, the value of new and different experiences, and the drivers behind her nearly three-decade career with BAE Systems.
Electronic Systems and C4ISR Systems leaders meet with MCC leaders during a March 9 visit to the team’s new facility in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Roger that: Welcoming the MCC team

In late January, BAE Systems began its journey to acquire the former Raytheon Airborne Radios business, which came to market as a result of the Raytheon and United Technologies Corporation merger. After the merger concluded on April 3, we are welcoming the newly named Multiband Communications and Crypto Systems into the BAE Systems family.
Taking our green power a step further by making it available as a power solution in marine ports.

Electrifying ports with a zero emissions future

BAE Systems has long been a revered pioneer in heavy-duty vehicle electrification. As a pace setter in transport electrification, we are taking our green power a step further by making it available as a power solution in marine ports.
Employees from BAE Systems and New Yorker Electronics collaborate.

Partnering for the future

Electronic Systems has long recognized the importance of the supply base and, in 2017, established Supplier Partnerships to move away from transactional and more toward partnership-based relationships. Today, that organization has continued to mature the partnership model. It continues to work closely with suppliers to improve quality and delivery while also advocating for them within BAE Systems.
 
Apprentices in Rochester, U.K. pull a double decker red bus for a good cause.

Pulling buses to push technology forward

Each year, team across the U.K. participate in the BAE Systems Apprentice Innovation Challenge, in which they are tasked to build a device that addresses an issue faced by charities. For 2020, a group of apprentices in Rochester put their strength and determination to the test and successfully pulled an iconic London double decker red bus as part of fundraising efforts for the U.K. Royal Centre for Defence Medicine.
BAE Systems leadership team members tour the construction of the new Huntsville facility.

The HEAT is rising in Huntsville

Electronic Systems has opened a new facility in Huntsville, Alabama that will provide workspace for more than 200 high-tech employees by the end of 2021. ES announced the expansion in 2018 as an opportunity to establish a close working relationship with the U.S. Army and Redstone Arsenal and attract key local talent to develop and deliver important new capabilities to our customers.
Thanks to our employees, thousands of protective face shields have been delivered to our heroic healthcare professionals on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Supporting our front-line heroes during the COVID-19 pandemic

Protection through innovation is in BAE Systems’ blood. Thanks to our employees, thousands of protective face shields have been delivered to our heroic healthcare professionals on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From identifying future capabilities to mapping sustainment opportunities, BAE Systems’ F-35 Corporate Growth Council spans multiple business areas with a common goal: protecting the warfighter.

F-35 Corporate Growth Council: Throttling forward at lightning speed

From identifying future capabilities to mapping sustainment opportunities, BAE Systems’ F-35 Corporate Growth Council spans multiple business areas with a common goal: protecting the warfighter.
Every May for National Military Appreciation Month, employees across BAE Systems demonstrate their gratitude for our service members and their families through our Remember.Honor. Support. Challenge.

Remember.Honor.Support.

Every May for National Military Appreciation Month, employees across BAE Systems demonstrate their gratitude for our service members and their families through our Remember.Honor.Support. Challenge.