QinetiQ US wins US Army C5ISR Center award

On April 25, Lorton, VA-based QinetiQ US announced that it has been awarded a $12M contract to provide support to the U.S. Army C5ISR Center Research and Technology Integration Directorate (RTI).

Under this contract QinetiQ US will provide advanced research, technology, and integration support to identify, prototype, and test potential technical approaches to address Army challenges. This includes technical support for areas including Electro-Optic Infrared (EO/IR) modeling, tactical lasers, displays, optics, signal and image processing, and counter-explosive hazards. QinetiQ US will also provide a full range of support including mechanical, electrical, electronics, design, and system engineering to assist RTI in the integration of C5ISR hardware, software, firmware, equipment, and systems into both ground and airborne platforms and government facilities and sites.

“We have a long-standing history of supporting U.S. Army missions, and we are honored to work with the C5ISR Research Center and Technology Integration Directorate,” said Shawn Purvis, president and CEO of QinetiQ US. “Under this task, we will facilitate interaction with critical Army stakeholders and provide support to some of its most high-visibility demonstrations.”

Located at Fort Belvoir, the Army’s C5ISR RTI Directorate is responsible for the advancement of science and technology across networking, cyber, electro-optic infrared, knowledge management, power and energy, and radio frequency.

Source: QinetiQ US

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