U.S. Army at Aberdeen proving ground wants industry’s help on radar processing and exploitation
The U.S. Army’s Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate has issued a presolicitation notice to gather information from industry about radar sensor processing and exploitation.
More specifically, the Army Contracting Command at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland wants to learn about industry’s capabilities in the areas of sensor resource management applications, change detection technologies and change detection workflow tools for Ku-band radar sensors.
“The tools and applications being pursued are developed for government purpose with sufficient modularity to operate with various radar sensors and exploitation architectures,” says the Army notice, which was released on Feb. 26.
The Army is developing tools that will enable the rapid detection of targets of interest with minimal user input by processing radar imagery in near real-time, the notice explains.
Interested parties are asked to respond to the presolicitation notice by March 10 with detailed answers that consume no more than five pages.
Further information is available from Dana Nunley at 443-861-4683.