Cohort acquires Chess Technologies
Cohort has acquired a majority stake in Chess Technologies, a UK-based integrated fire control and tracking systems provider for military vehicles and naval ships.
Chess Technologies will become the fifth subsidiary of Cohort.
The company provides surveillance and fire control system capabilities for defence programmes and commercial infrastructure projects through its two businesses, Chess Dynamics and Vision4ce. Chess’s integrated systems are built from a suite of core technical capabilities centred on electro-optics, stabilised platforms, digital video tracking and analytics, and fire control system software.
Chess provides complete design, development and manufacturing services for both standard products and engineered solutions, including providing technology for the advanced counter-UAS system, AUDS.
Headquartered in Horsham, with additional facilities in Plymouth and Wokingham, Chess also has a US office in Denver, Colorado.
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