Lockheed Martin Control Systems, is to design, develop and produce a digital autopilot, for the Lockheed Martin S-3 Viking anti-submarine warfare aircraft. The work could be worth in excess of $20 million. The contract from Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Systems calls for 78 digital flight data computers for the four-seat, carrier-based aircraft. Follow-on purchases will be procured directly by the US Navy.

Source: Flight International