Maxar Intelligence secures U.S. Army’s One World Terrain Phase 4 Contract

On March 12, Westminster, CO-based Maxar Intelligence, a provider of secure, precise, geospatial intelligence, announced that it was awarded Phase 4 of the U.S. Army’s One World Terrain (OWT) prototype Other Transaction Agreement contract.

The OWT program delivers 3D global terrain capability and associated information services that support a fully accessible virtual representation of the physical Earth through the Army network. OWT is a key component of the Army’s Synthetic Training Environment (STE), which provides a realistic, common and automatically generated global geospatial dataset for simulation based collective training, mission rehearsal and mission execution at the point of need.

“Maxar is proud to play an important role in supporting the U.S. Army’s modernization initiatives through the One World Terrain program, a forward-leaning solution that enables more sophisticated modeling, simulation and training systems to optimize warfighter readiness,” said Susanne Hake, general manager, U.S. government, Maxar Intelligence. “This latest award reflects the unique value of our 3D geospatial data for military simulation use cases. Our data, derived from our Precision3D product, offers an extremely accurate 3D representation of Earth, including real textures and superior accuracy of 3 m in all dimensions.”

Maxar’s Phase 4 work is a continuation of our ongoing engagement in the program, with a focus on delivering enhanced 3D terrain representation for STE Training Simulation Software / Training Management Tool (TSS/TMT) modeling, simulation and training capabilities.

Source: Maxar

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