Deals this week: Trident Technologies, FLIR Systems, Saab


Trident Technologies has won a contract to build and maintain a computer communications network for the US Army’s Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) by February 2022.

Awarded by the US Army Corps of Engineers, the $48m contract will support the ERDC command's research and development activities.

The US Department of Defense (DoD) has placed an order worth $54.2m with FLIR Systems  for 50 US Army CBRN dismounted reconnaissance sets, kits and outfits (CBRN DR SKO).

Scheduled to be delivered by 2018, the CBRN DR SKO mission-specific kits will provide CBRN dismounted reconnaissance capabilities for US military forces.

“Northrop Grumman has received a $19.65m contract modification to help sustain the US Army’s ongoing contingency operations until September 2017."

Northrop Grumman has received a $19.65m contract modification to help sustain the US Army’s ongoing contingency operations until September 2017.

Awarded by the US Army Contracting Command, the modification exercises the year two option of a previously awarded contract.

The Brazilian Army has placed an order worth $11.63m with Saab for its RBS 70 very short-range air defence system (VSHORAD).

Saab will deliver RBS 70 man-portable launchers, night vision equipment, training, and multi-spectral camouflage for the VSHORAD by 2018.

Charles River Analytics, an intelligent systems solutions provider based in the US, has secured two contracts to supply its Figaro technology to the US Army.

Charles River’s Figaro solution will allow the US Army to predict failures in military operation systems.