Pulse news magazine

Volume 31, December 2020
Electronic Systems Pulse highlights the ingenuity, expertise, and bold spirit of BAE Systems' employees across the globe.
Pulse Volume 31 news magazine

Pulse stories

John Watkins, ES Vice President of Precision Strike & Sensing Solutions

The Beacon: Standing together behind our service members

John Watkins, ES Vice President of Precision Strike & Sensing Solutions, discusses the Navigation & Sensor Systems team and the unique capabilities they bring to our company and warfighters.
Paco Santana working with a Riptide vehicle.

Good, better, best: Undersea never rest

While many at the company share a strong commitment to our mission of protecting those who protect us, it takes on a more personal meaning for those once in uniform. In our undersea portfolio, we are learning from our team members’ decades of military experience to help inform and transform future capabilities.
Anne Guevara, Senior Director of Program Excellence

Vitual mentoring

Anne Guevara, Senior Director of Program Excellence, talks about family, change, and life lessons in this latest mentoring session.
 Endicott employee Garvey Melmed, with his wife Sarah & Fort Wayne employee Andrew Trowbridge, and his sons.

Making an impact, even from home

BAE Systems’ employees show their dedication to our service members by providing the technology our service members need to stay safe. That commitment doesn’t end when our warfighters come home. In addition to their work, our employees continue their show of support by helping organizations that are dedicated to assisting military members with their transition back to civilian life.
BAE Systems employees are combining platform expertise and electric propulsion capabilities to bring the next generation of combat vehicles to the warfighter.

Electric propulsion’s new role in warfighting

Our military relies on combat vehicles designed and built by BAE Systems’ Platforms & Services sector to get them through the toughest missions. Now, the company is taking its commitment to our troops a step further, combining our platform expertise and electric propulsion capabilities to bring the next generation of combat vehicles to the warfighter.
Warfighter relying on GPS

M-Code is here

With innovative operating control systems coming online, there is a need for a secure signal that delivers anti-jamming and anti-spoofing solutions. M-Code, a powerful, highly encrypted military GPS signal, is more secure than any other in use today.
Physical distancing inside BAE Systems’ labs helps keep employees safe.

Manufacturing in the time of COVID

When COVID-19 hit, it threatened to disrupt global operations. Despite difficulties presented by the pandemic, the Electronic Combat Solutions team at BAE Systems remained committed to its mission of protecting those who protect us. The business area designs, manufactures, and sustains electronic warfare systems – a critical component of the United States’ defense strategy.
 BAE Systems’ Material Growth team delivers the hidden gems behind future electro-optical infrared solutions.

Getting crystal clear

BAE Systems’ Material Growth team is combining art and science, technical expertise and ingenuity, to achieve unprecedented protection for the warfighter.
Artist rendering of new Austin campus.

Turning up the HEAT in Austin

Learn how our employees in Austin are turning up the HEAT and bridging the gap between idea and reality – bringing new technology to life to better serve our customers and community.

BAE Systems makes complex electronics on commercial airplanes.

Off the runway: How fleets stay airworthy

As the original equipment manufacturer for flight-critical electronics on an airplane, BAE Systems helps airlines ensure these electronics continue to operate flawlessly, whether they have endured months of wear and tear or have been sitting idle, as many flights have been reduced during the last several months.