Sensis Corp. acquires Seagull Technology

DEWITT, N.Y., 2 May 2005. Sensis Corp. has completed the acquisition of the assets of Seagull Technology, an engineering firm specializing in transportation, information, and control system technology for the aerospace industry.

May 2nd, 2005

DEWITT, N.Y., 2 May 2005. Sensis Corp. has completed the acquisition of the assets of Seagull Technology, an engineering firm specializing in transportation, information, and control system technology for the aerospace industry.

With the acquisition, Seagull becomes the Sensis Corp. Seagull Technology Center. Seagull's modeling and simulation, navigation systems, aviation operational concepts, and advanced automation systems expertise further strengthens Sensis' technology portfolio.

"The Technology Center provides complementary capabilities and relationships that will enable Sensis to participate more fully in key aviation research programs," said Jud Gostin, CEO of Sensis. "Further, their modeling and simulation experience combined with Sensis' experience in developing air traffic control systems in the United States and internationally will provide additional value to customers."

Seagull was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Campbell, Calif., with a satellite office in Hampton, Va. The company has approximately 40 employees. Founder & CEO John Sorensen has become a Sensis Senior Fellow. Seagull President & COO Matt Blake has become Director, Sensis Corporation Seagull Technology Center.

Sensis Corp. provides sensors and information technology to the world's militaries, civil aviation authorities, airports and airlines. The company designs, manufactures and installs multilateration/ADS-B ground stations for air and surface surveillance, and sensor data interface equipment for integrating new and legacy surveillance and automation systems. Sensis' equipment is deployed around the world, including more than 400 multilateration/ADS-B sensors and 1,100 sensor data interface devices in 25 countries on 5 continents. For more information, see www.sensis.com.

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