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Mission: Innovation

Innovation has always been one of Lockheed Martin’s core competencies. Our 50,000-plus engineers and scientists are advancing next-generation, and generation-after-next technologies to help our customers tackle the world’s most complicated challenges – from state-of-the-art energy storage systems that will provide our growing population with reliable, clean sources of energy, to spacecraft that will transport the first humans to Mars. Read more about Lockheed Martin innovation.

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Lockheed Martin Opens “AlphaPilot Innovation Challenge” to Applicants
Lockheed Martin is now accepting applications for its “AlphaPilot Innovation Challenge” through February 28, 2019 on the HeroX platform. Lockheed Martin launched the challenge in September in partnership with The Drone Racing League (DRL), the global professional circuit for drone racing. AlphaPilot applicants will be asked...
Nov 13, 2018 3:10 PM ET
Hybrid Airship: Big Impact, Small Environmental Footprint
More than two-thirds of the world’s land area and more than half of the world’s population have no direct access to paved roads. How then do you access remote sites safely, affordably and with a small environmental footprint? Planes are an option, but you need runways. Helicopters are an option, but cannot carry large freight, cargo or many passengers. Ships are an option, but you need...
Aug 31, 2017 9:05 AM ET
Lockheed Martin Will Build New Space Instrument Focused on Vegetation Health and Carbon Monitoring
PALO ALTO, Calif., August 8, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Scientists will get a better understanding of our planet’s carbon cycle and vegetation health through a first-of-a-kind NASA instrument built by Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT). The Geostationary Carbon Cycle Observatory (GeoCARB) mission will use an advanced infrared spectrograph hosted on a commercial geosynchronous satellite. The project is led by...
Aug 8, 2017 1:40 PM ET
3 Military Technologies Benefiting People Every Day
Duct tape was invented to protect ammunition cases from water during World War II. The internet grew out of a military research project. Navigation devices, such as Google Maps, rely on satellites created to guide fighter jets, warships and military forces. Technology transferring from military to civilian use is nothing new. Even the Roman Empire road system was developed to reduce...
Jun 16, 2017 9:25 AM ET
Lockheed Martin Selected to Improve Energy Efficiency at Federal Facilities
DALLAS, June 5, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has been selected for a Department of Energy contract to improve energy and water efficiency at federal facilities.  Under the contract announced on the energy.gov ...
Jun 5, 2017 2:35 PM ET

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