Pulse news magazine

Volume 30, September 2020
Electronic Systems Pulse highlights the ingenuity, expertise, and bold spirit of BAE Systems' employees across the globe.
Pulse Volume 30 news magazine

Pulse stories

Josh Niedzwiecki, ES Vice President of Strategy & Planning.

The Beacon: When the whole is greater than its parts

ES Vice President of Strategy & Planning Josh Niedzwiecki discusses how the recent acquisition of the Multiband Communications and Crypto Systems team fits into BAE Systems’ strategy, culture, and missions.
The future is now

The future is now

Imagine a factory where the machines know when they need maintenance; the warehouse knows what is coming and when to expect it; and robots pick the components, updating inventory lists automatically. If this sounds like the future, the future is now and BAE Systems is working to make it a reality today.
 
Dan Sallet, ES Vice President of Finance

Vitual mentoring

Dan Sallet, ES vice president of finance, reflects on who has influenced him most, discovering unexpected opportunities, and the valuable similarities between managing in the workplace and on the field.
A YP volunteer event in Nashua, New Hampshire

Connecting across Electronic Systems

Connecting with colleagues makes work feel more like a community. These connections can be especially important when you are new to a company or to the workforce in general. With this in mind, the Young Professionals Group – part of the Generations Employee Resource Group – aims to foster connections across Electronic Systems through professional development, networking, and socializing.
BAE Systems continues to innovate for those who move the world, while never losing sight of what our customers need today.

Looking beyond the clouds

Over the next two decades, the air transportation industry is projected to require more than 30,000 new aircraft and an eco-system that efficiently supports the in-service fleet. As we look ahead, BAE Systems intends to use its deep and discriminating expertise in high integrity controls and avionics to support aircraft original equipment manufacturers and more than 600 airlines around the world.
BAE Systems’ Multiband Communications and Crypto Systems product line joined the company’s C4ISR Systems business area in May following the acquisition of the former Raytheon Airborne Radios business.

Turn it up, that’s our anti-jam

BAE Systems’ Multiband Communications and Crypto Systems product line joined the company’s C4ISR Systems business area in May following the acquisition of the former Raytheon Airborne Radios business. Longtime innovators in secure communications systems, the team’s mission-critical technology and expertise in waveforms and crypto have helped keep warfighters safe in every major conflict since Vietnam.

Girls Who Code

Closing the gender gap in STEM

We are committed to empowering the next generation and expanding engineering opportunities – particularly for students from historically underrepresented populations. Through our Tech Power Grant Program, we aim to inspire students to use innovation to solve issues in our communities. That is why we are proud to name Girls Who Code a Tech Power Partner.

Detecting and generating light are two critical capabilities to enhance mission survivability for our warfighters.

More than meets the eye

At BAE Systems, detecting and generating light are two critical capabilities to enhance mission survivability for our warfighters. Electro-optical and infrared systems have both passive and active applications. Solutions range from buried mine detection, air speed sensors, secure laser communication, light detection and ranging, nextgeneration infrared countermeasure defeat mechanisms, and everywhere in between.

Electronic Systems’ San Diego campus

The HEAT is always on in San Diego

Our San Diego site is known for its geospatial intelligence experts, software development capabilities, and history of community involvement. Learn what makes this site special and how our employees are turning up the HEAT on the West Coast.

A recent orientation session welcomed more than 700 NSS employees to ES.

Better together

With the proposed acquisition of Collins Aerospace’s Military GPS business in January 2020, BAE Systems identified a forward-looking vision to add unique military GPS technologies to the company’s growing portfolio. BAE Systems’ vision came to fruition on July 31, with the completion of this exciting acquisition.

The Model-Based Engineering Capability Group is rearchitecting the very core of systems engineering.

Rearchitecting systems engineering

Late last year, the Model-Based Agile Engineering Capability Group was formed to develop new ways for systems engineers to architect, design, and deliver products. Like other capability groups across the company, they exist to innovate better approaches in their domain, and then to train engineering teams.