Teletronics Technology, Intelligent Waves Secure Air Force Flight Test Data Support IDIQs

Jeff Brody

Curtiss-Wright‘s (NYSE: CW) Teletronics Technology Corp. subsidiary and Intelligent Waves will support the Air Force’s 59th Test and Evaluation Squadron under separate indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts worth potentially $179.2M combined.

TTC received a potential $90M award to deliver high-speed data acquisition systems such as signal conditioning, radio frequency telemetry and other platforms for use in the service’s flight and ground tests, the Department of Defense said Tuesday.

Intelligent Waves secured a potential $89.2M award to modify instrumentation, provide crowdsourced data support and facilitate design, integration and data capture operations throughout the 53rd Wing’s aircraft flight tests.

The Air Force will initially obligate $59,000 and $1.6 million in fiscal 2019 research and development funds for TTC and Intelligent Waves’ respective contracts. TTC will carry out tasks at Nellis AF Base in Nevada, while Intelligent Waves will perform work at the installation as well as various U.S. locations. Both contracts run through March 2025.

TTC offers hardware and software for telemetry, communications, display and control, network-based data acquisition and other instrumentation support. Intelligent Waves is a  service-disabled veteran-owned small business that offers a range of end-to-end IT support to the public and private sector.

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