Monterey Technologies part of the team working to develop software for processing raw data from sensors on missile warning satellites and turning it into information for users under a new $272 million contract.

WASHINGTON TECHNOLOGY
By Ross Wilkers

SciTec will work with Space Force to develop software for processing raw data from sensors on missile warning satellites and turning it into information for users under a new $272 million contract.

The small business won an Other Transaction Authority Agreement through a prototype competition run by the Space Enterprise Consortium on behalf of Space Force, which had three teams in total to choose from.

Princeton, New Jersey-headquartered SciTech said Friday its Centil, Cosmic Advanced Engineering Solutions, L3Harris Technologies, Monterey Technologies, Outside Analytics and Raytheon Technologies.

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