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MacAulay-Brown wins $14M contract to support sensor development

MacAulay-Brown has won a $14 million contract to support sensor development at the Wright State Research Institute.

The IDIQ contract is called the Sensing and Information Research Center for Understanding Systems, MacB said in a release.

Under it, the company will deliver services that support sensor development, management and exploitation and innovative sensing.

MacB will also provide performance metrics, analysis and methods for sensor exploitation performance prediction, cooperative autonomous systems, information visualization and mobile computing architectures, the company said in a release.

 

 

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