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Army Seeks Industry Partner for Geospatial Tech R&D

NavyC4ISRThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is interested in collaborating with the private sector to develop tools and methods for managing geospatial information across the service.

The branch said Thursday it wants information on potential vendors who can provide research, development, engineering, assessment and validation support to the USACE Geospatial Center in Virginia.

A selected contractor would help the military organization build platforms intended to exploit GEOINT, full motion videos, wide area motion imagery and C4ISR data.

USACE’s industry partner would also explore methods of disseminating geospatial information from mobile devices to data analytics and management systems being used by other military and civilian agencies.

The Army could award up to $200 million over five years for the geospational support services.

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