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BOWIE, Md.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 6, 2005--Triton Services, Inc., as a subcontractor to New Directions Technologies, Inc., announced today that it has been awarded a significant NAVAIR contract supporting the Hairy Buffalo Program. This is an $11.5 million program for engineering, logistics, and technical services in support of the Naval Air Systems Command's Avionics Department (AIR-4.5).
Specific program support areas include: engineering, system engineering, and process engineering; prototyping, pre-production, model-making, and fabrication; system design documentation and technical data; software engineering, development, programming, and networking; configuration management; logistics; information system development; information assurance; and information technology support.
This program includes the following system/technology areas: hyper spectral imagery systems; sensor fusion systems; avionics science and technology; network centric warfare; flight information systems; electronic warfare systems; radar systems; antenna systems; electro optic and infrared systems; imagery and video systems; ballistic missile defense surveillance technology; airborne information processing systems; networks; special mission sensors; communication systems; navigation systems; cross domain information systems; and multi-level security information systems.
"This key award highlights Triton's support to critical United States Navy tactical programs," stated Stephen E. Hincks, Sr., President and CEO. "We are proud to expand our technology-focused initiatives within the Department of Defense community."
Triton Services, Inc. (Triton) is an advanced technology solutions and products provider supporting customers in the U.S. Government, primarily in the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community, as well as Fortune 500 companies throughout the world. Founded in 1994, Triton's core competencies include information systems, communication systems, electron device manufacturing, and systems engineering. The Company is a small disadvantaged business (SDB), veteran-owned, with offices strategically located to service its expanding client base. Triton currently consists of three divisions: (1) the Applied Technologies Division (ATD), located in Maryland, which provides a broad range of advanced technology solutions and services primarily to the Federal Government; (2) the Electron Technology Division (ETD), located in Pennsylvania, which designs, develops and produces a variety of electron devices; and (3) the Combat Displays Division (CDD), also located in Maryland, which designs and develops ruggedized displays for military, commercial, and law enforcement agencies, using SCRAMscreen(R) technology.