|会社名||Northrop Grumman Corp （NOC ノ―スロップ・グラマン）|
|概要||事業概要 ノースロップ・グラマン（Northrop Grumman Corporation）はグローバルセキュリティ会社である。同社は、自律システム、サイバー、コマンド、制御、通信およびコンピュータ、知能、監視および偵察（C4ISR）、ストライキ、物流と近代化における製品、システム、ソリューションを提供する。同社のセグメントには、航空宇宙システム、ミッションシステム、技術サービスが含まれる。航空宇宙システム部門は、有人航空機、自律システム、宇宙船、高エネルギーレーザーシステム、マイクロエレクトロニクスおよびその他のシステム/サブシステムの設計・開発・統合・生産に従事している。ミッションシステム部門は、国防総省（DoD）、情報機関、国際連合、民間および民間の商用顧客向けのミッションソリューションと多機能システムを提供する。技術サービス事業は、グローバル防衛および連邦市民の顧客向けにプラットフォームおよびシステムの完全なライフサイクルをサポートする物流ソリューションを提供する。 ノ―スロップ・グラマンは米国の軍需メ―カ―。軍用機、防衛電子機器、人工衛星などを開発、製造する。主要顧客は米国防総省、国土安全保障省、その他政府機関のほか、米国外政府機関。また、製品のエンジニアリング、保守・修理、物流、トレ―ニング・シュミレ―ションを提供。本社はバ―ジニア州。 Northrop Grumman solves the toughest problems in space, aeronautics, defense and cyberspace to meet the ever evolving needs of our customers worldwide. Its 90,000 employees define possible every day using science, technology and engineering to create and deliver advanced systems, products and services.|
|代表者氏名||Wesley G. Bush|
|代表者役職名||Chairman of the Board|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Northrop Grumman Corporation revenues increased 16% to $30.1B. Net income before extraordinary items remained flat at $3.15B. Revenues reflect Innovation Systems-United States segment increase from $0K to $2.53B Aerospace Systems-United States segment increase of 8% to $11.53B Innovation Systems-All Other segment increase from $0K to $464M.|
5 Top Stock Gainers for Thursday: Nokia, Facebook, 1-800-Flowers - TheStreet 2021/04/29 16:26:28 The Street
Nokia, Facebook, Northrop Grumman, 1-800-Flowers and Vereit are five top stock gainers for Thursday.
Northrop Grumman Boosts Guidance After First-Quarter Earnings Beat - TheStreet 2021/04/29 15:23:02 The Street
Northrop Grumman's strong earnings prompt the company to raise its full-year sales and earnings guidance.
Resultados e receitas da Northrop Grumman acima do esperado no Q1 2021/04/29 11:01:04 Investing.com Portugal
Northrop Grumman, ricavi trimestrali battono previsioni 2021/04/29 10:59:42 Investing.com Italy
SpaceX's NASA contract has sparked reaction from industry figures seeking details. Blue Origin says it is 'looking to learn more about the selection.' 2021/04/18 15:06:53 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Many figures in the space and science communities are seeking more details about how NASA chose only SpaceX for its return to the moon, when the agency's stated plans called for two commercial partners. SpaceX had been competing against Blue Origin and Dynetics for a pair of contracts for NASA's Artemis program. But NASA on Friday announced SpaceX would get an exclusive $2.9 billion contract. Blue Origin had partnered with Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, and Draper to form "The National Team." A Blue Origin spokesperson told Insider via email on Saturday: "The National Team doesn't have very much information yet. We are looking to learn more about the selection." Elsewhere, celebrations were in order. "NASA Rules!!" Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX, said . "We are honored to be part of the @NASAArtemis team." NASA last year chose the three companies to develop a new "human landing system," or HLS in NASA's shorthand. The agency has plans to return to the moon as soon as 2024 and eventually set up a permanent base there.
Mission Management System Market | Growing Popularity and Emerging Trends in the Market by 2027 | Key Player - Saab Group, Northrop Grumman, Quinetiq Group, Thales Group, Curtiss-Wright 2021/03/18 08:35:01 OpenPR
Mission Management System Market Outlook – 2027 A mission management system is a computer system that performs various functions such as handling of large amounts of field data, autonomous targeting, surveillance & tracking, defense, cyber safety, cyber-warfare, and other significant military
University moves NMC over colleges ‘fleecing’ students 2021/03/16 00:33:12 The Tribune
Balwant Garg Tribune News Service Faridkot, March 15 Some private medical colleges in the state have collected Rs 1.5 crore from 40 final year MBBS students in the name of “providing them with NOC” and allowing them to do one-year-internship from other medical colleges. However, terming it “fleecing” of students, the Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS) has raised the matter with the National Medical Commission (NMC). While every medical student owes his one-year internship service to his college after completing the academic part of their MBBS course, the BFUHS has come across many cases where students from private institutions are paying heavy fee to shift to other institutions for their internship. To give “NOC” to these students for internship in other colleges, some parent colleges have forced students to pay up to Rs 3 lakh per student. These students were also made to pay Rs 60,000 for “NOC” to college where they want to join the internship. Other than paying Rs 3.6 lakh to the parent and receiving colleges, every student has to pay Rs 20,000 to the BFUHS for its approval for shifting of a student for internship.
Deep Space Robotics Market | To Undertake Strapping Growth by 2028 | Key Player - Altius Space., Northrop Grumman Corporation, Maxar Technologies, Motiv Space Systems Inc. 2021/03/15 09:03:57 OpenPR
Space robots are self-controlled device consisting of mechanical, electrical, and electronic components which can function in place of a living agent. Space robots are capable of surviving harsh environment of space and can perform functions such as construction, maintenance, exploration,
Iran raps granting hosting of World Cup Qualifiers to Bahrain 2021/03/12 17:30:00 Mehr News Agency English
TEHRAN, Mar. 12 (MNA) – The President of the National Olympic Committee (NOC) of the Islamic Republic of Iran Reza Salehi Amiri has objected to granting the Asian Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 to Bahrain.
Hundreds Of Defense Contractor Lobbyists Were Behind New $264BN Nuclear ICBM 'Boondoggle' 2021/03/12 01:10:00 Zero Hedge
Hundreds Of Defense Contractor Lobbyists Were Behind New $264BN Nuclear ICBM 'Boondoggle' Authored by Jake Johnson via CommonDreams.org, A new report by the Federation of American Scientists set for publication next week will reportedly argue that US plans to spend up to $264 billion on construction and maintenance of a new nuclear missile are mostly being fueled by intense lobbying from the powerful weapons industry , not rational or humane strategic objectives. "It is becoming increasingly clear that there has not been a serious consideration of what role these Cold War-era weapons are supposed to play in a post-Cold War security environment," the FAS assessment of the ground-based strategic deterrent (GBSD) project will say, according to new reporting from The Guardian . Unarmed Trident II D5 missile launches from the Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine USS Nebraska off the coast of California, via US Navy Last year, The Guardian noted, the US Air Force awarded Northrop Grumman a $13.3 billion contract to help develop the new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) after the company and its subcontractors "spent over $119 million on lobbying in 2019 and 2020 alone and employed a total of 410 lobbyists including many former officials." In a February memo (pdf) on the nuclear missile project, FAS noted that "despite the growing number of concerns with the program, GBSD… accelerated under the Trump administration, in an effort to make it more difficult to reverse under a Biden administration ." "Despite substantial reductions in the ICBM force over the past two decades, there has not been a serious consideration of what role these 20th century weapons are supposed to play in a 21st century deterrence environment ," the group said last month. "It is still early enough in the program to change course." The new FAS report will come as President Joe Biden faces pressure from progressive lawmakers to pause the new ICBM program.
IOC does not recognize Viktor Lukashenko as President of Belarus’ Olympic Committee 2021/03/08 21:00:27 Tass
The IOC will maintain other provisional measures against the NOC of Belarus taken by the IOC Executive Board on 7 December 2020
EPSG Announces the Grand Opening of New Corporate Headquarters and State-of-The-Art Network Operations Center 2021/03/08 18:00:00 Business Wire
MELVILLE, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--EPSG, a leading integrator of payment technology solutions, announced today that Monday, March 15 will be the grand opening of the Company’s new Corporate Headquarters and state-of-the-art Network Operations Center (NOC). The NOC underscores EPSG’s commitment to providing world class service to thousands of merchants across the United States. Reliance on electronic payments has significantly expanded during the global pandemic and merchants experiencing downtime
Satellite Manufacturing and Launch Market 2021-2025: A Latest Research Report to Share Market Insights with Top Key Vendors (Airbus, OHB SE, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Thales) 2021/03/05 17:06:59 OpenPR
Global Satellite Manufacturing and Launch Market Synopsis: The report covers a forecast and an analysis of the Satellite Manufacturing and Launch Market on a global and regional level. The study provides historical data for 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 along with
Fixed Wing Military Drones Market | 2021 Global Industry Growth, Trends, Share and Forecast 2027 | Key Player - General Atomics, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Elbit Systems Ltd., Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd., Lockheed Martin Corporation, Textron Inc 2021/03/05 11:54:10 OpenPR
Fixed Wing Military Drones Market Outlook – 2027 Military drones are the combat version of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Military drones are used for number of missions such as surveillance, intelligence gathering, early warning, artillery & gunship guidance, and threat detection.
Mobile Robotics Market Size Industry Analysis, Statistics & Forecasts to 2030 | Northrop Grumman Corporation, iRobot Corporation, Lockheed Martin Corporation 2021/03/03 13:23:38 OpenPR
Latest Published Report by Allied Market Research Titled,"Mobile Robotics Market by Product (UGV, UAV, and AUV), Component (Hardware, Software, and Support & Services), Application (Logistics & Warehousing, Military & Defense, Healthcare, Domestics, Entertainment, Education, Agriculture & Forestry, and Others): Global