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Sparton Navigation & Exploration

5612 Johnson Lake Road
P.O. Box 788
DeLeon Springs, FL 32130
[email protected]
Sparton Navigation & Exploration
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Sparton, Leidos join forces in Navy's acoustic countermeasure program - News

November 07, 2018
DELEON SPRINGS, Fla. Leidos Maritime Systems and Sparton Corp. teamed up to support the U.S. Navy's Acoustic Device Countermeasure (ADC) MK5 program.

Raytheon next-gen mine-neutralization system leverages Sparton tech - News

May 21, 2018
DELEON SPRINGS, Florida. Sparton Corp. and Raytheon are joining hands design, test, and deploy the next-generation Barracuda Mine Neutralization system.

Integrating SAASM GPS and Inertial Navigation: What to Know - Whitepaper

December 08, 2017

Don?t underestimate the complexity of integrating SAASM-based GPS into an INS for unmanned vehicle systems or manned portables such as target locators.


Sparton/Ultra Electronics USSI joint venture wins $30.3 million U.S. Navy sonobuoy contract - News

January 17, 2017
SCHAUMBURG, Ill. and COLUMBIA CITY, Ind. Sparton Corp. and Ultra Electronics Holdings -- working together in their ERAPSCO joint venture -- have been awarded subcontracts valued at $30.3 million for the manufacture of sonobuoys for the U.S. Navy. The award is an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract release for sonobuoy requirements under ERAPSCO?s five-year contract.

U.S. Navy sonobuoy contract won by Sparton & Ultra Electronics joint venture - News

April 05, 2016
COLUMBIA CITY, Indiana & SCHAUMBURG, Illinois. Officials at Sparton Corp. and Ultra Electronics Holdings plc announced their ERAPSCO joint venture won subcontracts from the U.S. Navy worth about $53.7 million to manufacture sonobuoys, to enable greater sensor capability for the Navy in anti-submarine warfare applications.

MEMS-based navigation device for unmanned systems - Product

May 01, 2013
The AHRS-8 navigation sensor from Sparton Corp. in De Leon Springs, FL, is small enough to fit into Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) payloads and to provide stability and navigation capability in environments with high levels of electromagnetic noise. It offers 3D magnetic field measurement a...