FLIR Systems announces that it has been awarded a $74.7 million firm-fixed-price order to deliver TacFLIR surveillance cameras to U.S. Army EO/IR-Force Protection (FP) program.
FLIR Systems announces that it has been awarded a $74.7 million firm-fixed-price order to deliver TacFLIR surveillance cameras supporting U.S. Army EO/IR-Force Protection (FP) program. The U.S. Army will purchase the systems through Army Contracting Command, Redstone.
The units delivered under this contract will support the ongoing U.S. Army EO/IR-FP program, which provides enhanced perimeter security and force protection for U.S. troops stationed around the world, such as Iraq and Afghanistan.
As part of the same program, FLIR was also awarded an $8.8 million contract in the third quarter 2017 to deliver other FLIR Ranger radars.
Citing on the development, Jim Cannon, CEO and President of FLIR, said, “We are honored to continue our long-standing support of the U.S. Army. This program highlights our ability to rapidly deploy our technology for critical missions and underscores FLIR’s commercially developed, military qualified approach.”
The contract expands the use of FLIR stabilized surveillance systems for the U.S. Army’s EO/IR-FP programs. FLIR has delivered over a thousand EO/IR sensors to the U.S. Army as part of this program to support the safety of U.S. forces and those of U.S. allies, including a variety of systems.
FLIR will manufacture the systems in Wilson ville, Oregon. Deliveries will begin in 2017 and be completed within one year.
Further info about the surveillance systems: www.flir.com/surveillance.