Potential $673 million U.S. Army order for sensor ops and support won by AASKI TechnologyNews
July 23, 2019
TINTON FALLS,N.J. IT infrastructure company AASKI Technology has signed a task order with the U.S. Army worth a potential potential $673 million to help the Army operate and maintain sensors for multiple missions and in multiple positions.
According to information from the company, AASKI will provide technology operations and readiness maintenance support to the Army Program Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors, Project Manager for Sensors – Aerial Intelligence, and Product Manager for Manned Aerial Reconnaissance and Surveillance Systems. Under the terms of the contract, work will additionally involve modification and integration of mission equipment payloads on multiple sensor systems and subsystems.
AASKI reports that the company will also perform training, test, certification, cybersecurity, engineering, and logistics services as part of the order.