Integrated Defense Technologies Subsidiary, Metric Systems, awarded $3.2M contract by TAMSCO.
Alaskan ACTS currently utilizes 120 of the P4BE AIS pods shared between Elmendorf AFB and Eielson AFB. The GPS-based pods are dual purpose because they operate a legacy Air Combat Maneuvering Instrumentation (ACMI) range, as well as record all mission data. Design modifications to the P4BE transponder will be compatible with other ACTS legacy airborne systems in the Air Force inventory including the P4B and P4G. IDT Metric Systems, based in Fort Walton Beach, Florida is a world-renowned producer of sophisticated airborne instrumentation products for test and evaluation and training for both US and foreign military services.
Headquartered in Fort Walton Beach, FL, IDT Metric Systems designs, produces, and supports high reliability defense electronics for shipboard, land, and air applications. IDT Metric Systems' products encompass control systems, air combat test and training systems, combat vehicle systems, electronic warfare systems, production services, and field installation services.
Integrated Defense Technologies, Inc. is a developer and provider of advanced electronics and technology products to the defense and intelligence industries. IDT products are installed on or used in support of a wide array of military platforms, to enhance their operational performance or extend their useful life. IDT products are incorporated into approximately 250 programs, which, in turn, are installed on or support over 275 platforms. IDT employs more than 2,100 people throughout the United States and Canada.
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|Title Annotation:||Technical and Management Systems Corp.|
|Comment:||Integrated Defense Technologies Subsidiary, Metric Systems, awarded $3.2M contract by TAMSCO.(Technical and Management Systems Corp.)|
|Publication:||EDP Weekly's IT Monitor|
|Date:||Aug 25, 2003|
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