EOIR Technologies to provide technical support to US Army

11 May 2016 (Last Updated May 11th, 2016 18:30)

EOIR Technologies has been contracted by the US Army to support the Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate's (I2WD) technical information engineering services (TIES).

EOIR Technologies has been contracted by the US Army to support the Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate's (I2WD) technical information engineering services (TIES).

Under the radar systems and identification division (RSID) research and development task order, I2WD will procure services in programme management, systems engineering, development, testing, analysis and performance assessment.

The contract will also cover operational, programme management, technical, engineering, integration, prototype development and fabrication support services.

"Our strong partnerships and relationships across the radar community enable us to provide RSID with a unique blend of radar systems and data fusion expertise."

EOIR intelligence and combat information senior vice-president Ricardo Lorenzo said: "EOIR looks forward to continuing our support to I2WD in the development of complex state-of-the-art technologies, tools, and systems.

"Our strong partnerships and relationships across the radar community enable us to provide RSID with a unique blend of radar systems and data fusion expertise."

I2WD is the army's research and development centre for advanced cyber operations, electronic warfare, exploitation and dissemination, signals intelligence technologies, and intelligence analysis capabilities.

It provides intelligence and tools to improve the fighting capabilities of military personnel.

EOIR was recently awarded a $49m contract by the US Army to support Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center's (ARDEC) tactical mission command applications.

The company will provide software and systems engineering support, including TMCA design, development, software coding and implementation, and testing activities, including unit and systems integration and fielding support.