FLIR Systems to Develop Mobile Surveillance Vehicle Software Under Potential $94M FAA IDIQ

The Federal Aviation Administration Logistics Center has awarded FLIR Systems (Nasdaq: FLIR) a potential 10-year, $94.3M contract to produce sensing software and electromechanical subsystems for the Department of Homeland Security’s Mobile Surveillance Capability program.

FLIR said Wednesday it will provide line-replaceable units such as the TacFLIR 380, R20SS radar, Cameleon management software, power storage and management systems for installation on MSC platforms.

The company received a $12.2M initial task order under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract and noted its government and defense business in Maryland will perform the work.

FAALC has an interagency agreement with the DHS to provide engineering, technical and logistics services for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

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