Ravenswood, GDM sign strategic partnership
Military training and operational testing instrumentation systems provider, Ravenswood Solutions, and GDM Electronic & Medical have entered into a partnership to further enhance their collaboration to meet the requirements of military and homeland security customers.
Ravenswood and GDM have worked together for the last 15 years and the new agreement relates to technology design, manufacture and fielding processes for advanced instrumentation systems hardware.
The companies will focus on the need for improved supply chain security across defence organisations. These supply chain operations rely on an infinite number of touch points where digital and physical information flows through multiple networks, with each touch point representing a security risk.
Andrew Power, Ravenswood production and training/testing-as-a-service manager, said: 'Working with San Jose-based GDM to innovate and incorporate new technologies, we are able to mitigate risk to our customers and maintain the integrity of our products.'
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