MacAulay-Brown (MacB) announced on August 31st that it has won a five year $11 million prime contract supporting the Air Force Institue of Technology’s (AFIT) Autonomy and Navigation Technology (ANT) Center. MacB will be working with The Perduco Group in support of this contract.
MacB will be providing research and development in three main areas; autonomous and cooperative systems, non-GPS precision navigation and robust Global Navigation Satellite System/Navigation Warfare. Advancing air, space, and cyberspace power for the U.S. Armed Forces and global partners is the end goal. Some of the work that MacB is tasked with will include technology prototyping, algorithm development and flight testing of autonomy and navigation systems.
Tim Lawrence, Senior Vice President and General Manager for the Advanced Technology Group at MacB said, “We look forward to providing the technical and management solutions required by AFIT ANT. Our team capabilities will be used to help AFIT develop these state of the art technologies as we support the development of sophisticated prototypes, navigational research and algorithms needed to meet and exceed expectations.”
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