Falls Church, Va., September 17, 2014
ENSCO recently won a two-year, $1.4M contract with the US Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center (CERDEC) to continue developing the capability to track and locate dismounted soldiers for squad-level operations.
This work is a continuation of a program to provide the Army the capability to track and locate dismounted soldiers for squad-level operations. Under this contract, ENSCO will implement its carrier phase ranging technology on a software-defined radio, and integrate it into CERDEC’s dismounted navigation platform.
“This program creates a very promising opportunity to transition our advanced Position Navigation and Timing capabilities into military systems that put valuable, life-saving technology into the hands of deployed soldiers in the field,” said Dr. Michael Glass, Vice President of the NSS Division of ENSCO.
About ENSCO, Inc.
ENSCO, Inc., and its wholly owned subsidiaries form a $90 million technology group, headquartered near Washington, D.C. The ENSCO group has been providing ingenious engineering, science and advanced technology solutions for the defense, security, transportation and aerospace industries for more than 40 years. Field offices and subsidiaries are located throughout the United States and Canada with representatives and partnerships around the world. Learn more