BAE Systems’ applied intelligence business has been awarded a three-year, $12.6 million contract to provide information and communications technology services for the English highways agency’s national business infrastructure.
The service integration and application management work will cover thousands of end users across main offices, regional control centers and other locations throughout the country, BAE said Tuesday.
Julian Cracknell, managing director of UK services at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, said the company will work to help the agency carry out the goal of enhancing of road users across the country.
“We are delighted that the Highways Agency has decided to choose BAE Systems Applied Intelligence as its SIAM supplier, ” added Cracknell.
The SIAM service is scheduled to operate in the autumn of 2014.