OSI Geospatial Signs $2 Million in R&D Contracts with US Army
OSI Geospatial has announced that its US Systems Operations has signed contracts valued at approximately $2.0 million with the US Army.
Under the terms of these contracts, the company will further develop and enhance its command and control technology to meet future US Army operational requirements.
“The US Army continues to invest in our command and control technology,” said Ken Kirkpatrick, president and CEO of OSI Geospatial. “These research and development projects are very important to the continued development our technology and positions us well in the advanced technology R&D community. We are very pleased with the progress that our US R&D division is making.”
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