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IN BRIEF: Logos to provide Navy with airborne persistent-surveillance sensors

Logos Technologies Inc. in Fairfax, Va., won $111.8 million from the U.S. Navy to build 22 Kestrel wide-area, electro-optical surveillance systems to support U.S. forces in the field. The Logos Kestrel day/night, wide-area persistent-surveillance system is an imaging payload for helium-filled aerostats that remain aloft for about a month, and can store continuous video data for all that time. The Kestrel persistent-surveillance system uses electro-optical sensors to scan a city-sized area.

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