PAR to integrate software for RF technology in C4I programmes
PAR Government Systems is to research and develop prototype software for integration with RF technology, under a $7.99 million contract from the US Air Force Research Laboratory.
The deal covers research, design, development, implementation, testing and demonstration of RF communications-related technologies to support C4I programme requirements, the DoD announced on 18 April.
Work will be performed in Rome, New York, and is expected to be completed by 27 April 2027.
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