Tech Tidbits From Around NH

BAE wins new Army contracts … and more
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Shown at the ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of Rivier University’s new Science and Innovation Center are, from left: Judge Joseph Laplante, vice chair of the board of trustees; Nashua Mayor Jim Donchess; Mary Sister Helene Cote, provincial superior of the Sisters of the Presentation;; Rivier President Sister Paula Marie Buley; Vice President for Academic Affairs Brian Ernsting; and student speaker Keily Pozo, a Rivier University Class of 2022 biology major.

BAE Systems has been awarded several contracts from the U.S. Army to develop technologies for the Advanced Teaming Demonstration Program, or A-Team, which involves creation of an automated system to offload the cognitive burden of pilots while enabling them to command swarms of unmanned aircraft. The contracts total $9 million. Work for the program takes place at the company’s facilities in Burlington, Mass., and San Diego, Calif.

Nashua-based website design firm Episerverhas named Whereoware to its Partner Advisory Board, which advises the firm on product strategy, market intelligence and overall go-to-market strategy.

Peterborough-based SoClean’s U.S. website has been migrated from WordPress/WooCommerce to the ZiftrShop platform. SoClean CEO Bob Wilkins said the move has helped it “handle many times the volume of our old platform with no degradation.”

Axis Computer Networks, Newburyport, Mass., has hired Scott Wonkka as business development and key accounts manager.

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