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Army Seeks ISR Tech Vendors to Support Persistent Surveillance Ops

ArmyChopperThe U.S. Army is seeking an industry partner to help the branch research, build and operate intelligence collection and persistent surveillance technologies.

In a Tuesday solicitation, the Army indicates that it plans to contract a company to provide engineering, program management, operational, integration and technical services over a five-year period.

The chosen vendor would develop new ISR tools and methods that are intended to locate terrorist networks as well as identify weapons of mass destruction, according to the Army.

Other technologies of interest highlighted in the notice include sensors, multi-source data fusion, munitions detectors and signal processing systems.

The Army says these platforms will be designed to help military commanders access intelligence data and make decisions in real-time.

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