Cubic Mission Solutions and U.S. Special Operations Command to Jointly Create Key Technologies for Cost-Effective and High-Performance ISR Services
Cubic Corporation announced that its Cubic Mission Solutions business division signed a cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA) with Special Operations Forces Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (SOF AT&L) to work on research and development (R&D) for cutting-edge airborne payload technologies for use within the Department of Defense. The effort will primarily be performed by ISR Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cubic Corporation.
“The CRADA agreement offers a great framework for Cubic’s autonomous systems team to collaborate and to share information.”
“We are pleased to join forces with SOF AT&L to support its mission in developing advanced and innovative technologies in support of global special operations,” said Jerry Madigan, president of ISR Systems, CubicMission Solutions. “The CRADA agreement offers a great framework for Cubic’s autonomous systems team to collaborate and to share information.”
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