Navy taps Scientific Research for collision avoidance work

Scientific Research Corp. won a $25 million contract from the Navy to work on a mid-air collision avoidance system.

SRC of Atlanta will provide services and materials for engineering tasks, including exploratory study of application and further research and development. It also covers system integration, prototype development and fabrication.

The project calls for the contractor to provide a smart, flat-panel, multifunction color display that gives pilot feedback.

Work will be performed where the company is based and is expected to be completed in 2011. The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Lakehurst, N.J. , is the contracting activity.

SRC has more than 800 employees and posted annual sales of $107 million in fiscal 2004. The company ranks No. 78 on Washington Technology's 2005 Top 100 list of federal prime contractors.

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Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Washington Technology.

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