The Defense Department has awarded multidomain solutions provider BlueHalo a $24 million contract to procure multiple Titan C-UAS systems.
BlueHalo’s artificial intelligence/machine learning-powered RF-based Counter-Unmanned Aerial System solution Titan is DOD’s recent selection as a Program of Record capability. Incorporation into the POR and this subsequent award serves as a milestone achievement for the Titan system, after providing C-UAS force protection to combatant commands, as well as critical homeland defense in the U.S. for over five years.
The undisclosed government customer will use Titan systems for pre-deployment activities, mobile security, fixed site protection and dismounted operations while deployed.
“Titan acts as a force multiplier for our troops,” said BlueHalo CEO Jonathan Moneymaker. “Harnessing BlueHalo’s industry-leading artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities, Titan creates a sphere of threat detection and protection around soldiers and key military assets — providing an innovative, affordable, easy-to-use system to save warfighter lives and ensure mission success.”
BlueHalo’s Titan product family helps customers make better, smarter, faster decisions that save lives. It combines the latest in AI, ML and adaptive countermeasures to autonomously protect frontline personnel from weaponized unmanned systems.
“We celebrate another contract award for Titan — not only because it demonstrates the system’s superior C-UAS force protection but because more front-line soldiers will now have access to an effective tool that will help bring them home safely,” said BlueHalo Sector President Dan Gillings.
“Through BlueHalo’s layered defense solutions like Titan, ARGUS perimeter security system, and LOCUST laser weapon and tracking systems, BlueHalo continues to meet the toughest challenges with innovative technology and inspired engineering–safeguarding our warfighters and nation,” he added.