DRS Wins Potential $455M Army Vehicle C4ISR Equipment Contract

DRSLogoA DRS Technologies subsidiary has secured a potential $455 million deal to help the U.S. Army install new equipment on vehicles, Military and Aerospace Electronics reported Wednesday.

John Keller writes the contract calls for DRS Tactical Systems to produce mounted components for C4ISR equipment (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance).

The Army seeks to acquire integrated devices and reduce the size of displays and equipment used for operations, according to the report.

Keller reports the subsidiary will produce and deliver the equipment fo the Army over phases of orders.

DRS Tactical Systems will also provide the armed forces tools, programs and applications that work to protect hard drives and shield data networks from cybersecurity threats.

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