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SAIC lends simulation expertise to US Army
SAIC is conducting modelling and simulation systems engineering work for the US Army under a new $800 million contract, the company announced on 7 April.
It was awarded a five-year contract to support the Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, Aviation & Missile Center (DEVCOM AvMC), Software, Simulation, Systems Engineering and Integration (S3I) Directorate.
Work will include delivery of live, virtual and constructive modelling and simulation, data science and system-of-systems modelling and simulation architecture.
SAIC will also run experiments for battlespace effectiveness, missile defence and multi-domain operations system-of-systems, as well as combatant command modelling and simulation-based exercises, wargames and training.
‘Tasks under this contract may also involve related non-US systems’ as well as simulation and modelling support for all branches of the US armed forces, it noted.
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