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Innovation

Redefining What Is Possible To Advance Our Customers’ Missions

Imagine being confronted by a threat that you have never seen before. You would need flexible, forward-thinking tools, allowing you to outsmart and outmaneuver the adversary. Our customers move fast and their missions change rapidly, so our talented employees are constantly focused on delivering cutting-edge technology to help save lives, protect critical information and connect spacecraft back to Earth.

Our legacy includes over 60 years of groundbreaking innovation, but we are always looking towards the future. Find out what’s next in our stories of innovation below.

Innovation News Feed

  • General Dynamics Mission Systems

    Knifefish represents an extremely accurate and efficient addition to the U.S. Navy’s mine-hunting tool kit. Quincy, Mass. – The General Dynamics Mission Systems Knifefish team successfully completed a comprehensive evaluation of Knifefish, an autonomous surface mine countermeasure (SMCM) unmanned undersea

  • General Dynamics Mission Systems

    Analytic Modeling allows analysts to more easily visualize and collaborate on complex intelligence data sets. We live in a world of ever-increasing data. Sensors, satellites, cameras, radars, location-aware devices and even social media contribute to the 2.5 quintillion bytes of data

  • General Dynamics Mission Systems

    Small enough to fit in a backpack, Bluefin SandShark dives to 200 meters and multiple vehicles can work in parallel for large area, underwater missions. Pittsfield, Mass. – General Dynamics Mission Systems today announced its new Bluefin SandShark™ autonomous underwater

  • General Dynamics Mission Systems

    General Dynamics Mission Systems is partnering with leading universities to research how emerging and disruptive technologies can help overcome national security challenges. Researchers at Virginia Tech and General Dynamics engineers are collaborating on intuitive software that could help intelligence analysts identify unexpected connections in large data sets faster.

  • General Dynamics Mission Systems

    MIT students deploy the Bluefin Robotics-built MACRURA Unmanned Undersea Vehicle at the U.S. Navy’s Ice Exercise (ICEX 2016), a five-week exercise designed to research, test and evaluate operational capabilities in the Arctic region. (Photo Credit: MIT, General Dynamics) Imagine traveling

  • General Dynamics Mission Systems

    NEWPORT, R.I. – The General Dynamics Bluefin-21 autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) successfully launched multiple Bluefin SandShark™ micro-autonomous underwater vehicles (M-AUV) as part of several capability demonstrations at the U.S. Navy sponsored 2016 Annual Naval Technology Exercises (ANTX) in Newport, R.I.