Ravenswood wins $1.3M deal in support of the US Army Joint Modernization Command
Ravenswood Solutions has been awarded a contract worth $1.3 million in support of the US Army Joint Modernization Command (JMC) for communications support services during a Network Integration Evaluation (NIE).
The evaluation will take place at Fort Bliss, Texas, and the White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico and will see JMC analyse current Army warfighter challenges and assess new capabilities and doctrine.
Ravenswood will provide support via its proprietary Mobile Ground Truth System (known to DOD clients as FlexTrain). FlexTrain is a rapidly deployable, Global Positioning System (GPS)-based instrumentation system that tracks vehicles, units and individual participants during training or testing exercises. The results are real-time casualty assessment (RTCA), a record of causal factors affecting capabilities changes, and a common operating picture that shows both live and constructive elements.
Ravenswood Project Manager, Chris Mahana, said: “This is our bread and butter. We’ve trained over 130,000 troops with this technology, and we are proud to be bringing these services to the Joint Modernization Command. Every project and client bring unique technology and operations challenges, but tailoring our system to those unique requirements is where we excel.”
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