Navy buys anti-submarine warfare system from SYS
SAN DIEGO, Calif., 21 March 2005. SYS Technologies announced today that it has been awarded funding of $1.6 million to develop the Undersea Warfare Decision Support System (USW-DSS) for the U.S. Navy.
SAN DIEGO, Calif., 21 March 2005. SYS Technologies announced today that it has been awarded funding of $1.6 million to develop the Undersea Warfare Decision Support System (USW-DSS) for the U.S. Navy. The work will be performed primarily in SYS' San Diego offices.
USW-DSS provides an integrated, near real-time, net-centric anti-submarine warfare and mine warfare command and control capability. The system will provide the fleet with full capability to plan and control undersea warfare operations. USW-DSS aligns sensors to improve situational awareness, thus enhancing risk and vulnerability assessment, optimization of operations, and allocation of resources, all of which enhance the lethality and survivability of the fleet.
"The selection of SYS Technologies is recognition of our expertise in network centric architectures and enterprise integration. Our capabilities in the areas of software integration and geospatial information processing, as well as our success on similar projects such as Composeable FORCEnet, enable us to offer this comprehensive solution to our fleet," said Cliff Cooke, CEO of SYS.
"The award of this contract provides further validation of our acquisition strategy. The software development expertise of Polexis, which was acquired by SYS one year ago, coupled with SYS' decision support systems knowledge, enabled us to provide a comprehensive solution to the customer."
SYS Technologies, San Diego, Calif., is a leading provider of real-time decision support capabilities to the U.S. Federal government and large industrial customers. The company's expertise is in real time sensor capture, communications, applications development, integration and data visualization which forms the basis of its current success and future growth.
It customizes this expertise to the needs of its customers. For the Department of Defense, the company provides command and control systems to operational commanders. For the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and various state agencies, it provides real-time safety and security products and services, including sensor networking products and end-to-end solutions. For large industrial customers in the telecommunications, utilities, construction, chemical, and biomedical industries, its products and services are used to intelligently and profitably manage remote assets. For more information, see www.systechnologies.com.