The James Webb Space Telescope, which is allowing us to peer billions of years into the past, was built and launched with the help of 14 countries, a $10 billion NASA fund, and more than 300 agencies, universities and companies — including a handful in the tri-county region. NASA’s first batch of images from the Read More →
Thousand Oaks-based Teledyne Technologies still has its sights set on enhancing its imaging instruments sector, with the recent acquisition of a majority stake in Noiseless Acoustics, a Finnish technology company that specializes in advanced acoustic imaging instruments. Teledyne announced the acquisition on July 15 and did not disclose financial details. This marks the second time Read More →
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More than a dozen infrared sensors manufactured by Thousand Oaks-based Teledyne Technologies were aboard the James Webb Space Telescope, which successfully launched into space Dec. 25. The James Webb Space Telescope launch was conducted in collaboration with NASA, the European Space Agency and the Canadian Space Agency, cost approximately $10 billion, and is the largest Read More →
The acquisition of Flir Systems continues to pay off for Teledyne Technologies, as the Thousand Oaks-based industrial and scientific conglomerate crushed analysts’ expectations in the third quarter and upped its guidance for the full year. Teledyne delivered record sales for the quarter ended Sept. 30, generating $1.3 billion in revenue, a 75.8% increase from the Read More →
Teledyne Technologies crushed analysts’ expectations July 28, delivering revenue in the second quarter of 2021 that doubled its total from the same quarter a year ago, thanks in large part to its acquisition of Flir systems, an Oregon based company with significant operations in Goleta. Teledyne, a Thousand Oaks-based industrial and scientific conglomerate, generated $1.12 Read More →
Thousand Oaks-based Teledyne Technologies announced July 19 that its subsidiary, Teledyne Brown Engineering, was awarded a U.S. Navy contract for underwater drones worth as much as $39.2 million. The contract has a maximum base value of $27.4 million over five years, with five one-year option periods and a maximum value of $39.2 million if all Read More →