BAE Receives Infrared Sensor Order under Army IDIQ

BAE Systems has won a task order to provide the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps with a system of infrared sensors that provide 24-hour all-weather visibility to vehicle operators.

BAE Systems has won more than $140 million in orders for the driver’s vision enhancer family of systems under a five-year indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract with the Army.

DVE-FOS is a comprehensive suite of infrared sensors, displays, vehicle integration kits and other equipment that enhances situational awareness.

“We are applying our low-cost, high-volume production expertise to rapidly deploy technologies that truly meet the needs of our warfighters, ” said Greg Zito, director for the DVE-FOS program.

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