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$25.9M to Develop Optical Sensor Array Options for Missile Defense

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Oceanit Laboratories, Inc. in Honolulu, HI received a cost-plus-fixed-fee contract from the US Missile Defense Agency, for the development of advanced sensor and surveillance technologies based on multi-target-tracking optical sensor array technologies (MOST). The maximum award value for this effort is $25.9 million, and the contract will run from June 2006 – June 2011. The principal place of performance will be at the Oceanit Laboratories in Honolulu, HI, but work will also be performed at Goleta, CA (HQ0006-06-D-0003).

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