V2X has secured $75m in awards for new and follow-on work to enhance chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) threat detection and response capabilities.  

This funding marks a significant advancement in global security and operational readiness of military forces to prepare against growing threats. 

Of the total $75m, a $50m funding has been allocated to support a five-year project which will help in establishing V2X as the lead systems integrator for the CBRN Support to Command and Control (CSC2) programme.  

CSC2 will link sensors to build networked tools that will help achieve CBRN capabilities and data integration with existing user systems. 

These sensors offer early integrated warnings of attacks to further enhance security and operational readiness of the forces deployed across various international locations. 

Apart from the CSC2 contract, V2X has also confirmed finalising a $25m award for the modernisation as well as to re-architect the CBRN threat warning and notification application. 

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This contract also includes upgrading the predictive hazard propagation tools to enhance operational decision support.  

These applications primarily aim to utilise the currently available systems and further add some new capabilities within a single user-friendly interface. 

According to V2X, such efforts are crucial in processing the increasing amount of data available to the commanders, while also ensuring swift and informed decision-making in response to various complex scenarios.  

The company highlighted that both CBRN awards are key in advancing the US Department of Defense’s (DoD) vision for Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control (CJADC2). 

CJADC2 effort involves creating a unified network by connecting sensors across all military service branches, further enhancing collective operational readiness of the US military forces. 

V2X Operational Technology and Engineering senior vice-president Corinne Minton-Package said: “These awards not only exemplify our commitment to innovation in national defence but also positions V2X at forefront of a crucial global security initiative that requires distinct operational expertise and an ability to integrate the right technologies for the right mission. 

“Our technology-driven and converged security solutions are set to significantly boost efficacy and responsiveness of CBRN threat detection and mitigation on an international scale.” 

V2X was formed as a result of the merger of Vectrus and The Vertex Company in July 2022.