Deals this week: Visionary Products, BAE Systems, General Atomics
The US Army has awarded a $165.15m-worth contract to Visionary Products for radiological detection devices.
The expected completion date of the cost-plus-fixed-fee contract is March 2027.
BAE Systems has agreed to supply automated installation entry systems to the US Army under a two-year contract modification.
The $16.5m modification has been awarded by US Army Contracting Command.
Headquartered in the UK, BAE Systems provides a range of products for defence, aerospace and security markets.
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems has been contracted by the US Army to provide final operational test and evaluation services for the Gray Eagle unmanned aircraft system for a period of one year.
The new contract, valued at $17.33m, modifies a previous contract.
Minelab Electronics has received a $5.03m contract from the Australian Department of Defence for the development of a new handheld detector.
Minelab will collaborate with Chemring Sensors & Electronic Systems to develop a counter-improvised explosive device (IED) handheld detector, equipped with ground penetrating radar.
The US Army Corps of Engineers (ACE) has contracted Conrad Shipyard to procure a welded steel barge that will allow the ACE Rock Island District to perform floating crane operations.
The firm-fixed-price contract is scheduled to be completed by February 2019.
Image: General Atomics will conduct final operational tests on the Gray Eagle unmanned aircraft until August 2017. Photo: courtesy of Marty Shelton.