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Senspex Receives ATS Contract Award
Rio Rancho, NM - Senspex, Inc. is pleased to announce the receipt of a contract award for Army Targetry Systems Sustainment from the United States Army Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM), headquartered at the Detroit Arsenal in Warren, Michigan.
The five-year indefinite-delivery and indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract has potential value of over $9M. Under the contract, Senspex will provide spare parts, repairs and field services to support long-range thermal imaging camera systems used for live-fire training within the Army Sustainable Range Program (SRP).
"Senspex is excited to be able to continue and enhance its support of the Army training mission with the addition of this important contract vehicle", said Janelle Anthone, Senspex President and CEO. "This follow-on contract allows Senspex to collaborate with Army program managers and other contractors to ensure that the training facilities are always maintained and quickly restored."
Army range facilities are used to conduct live-fire training exercises by U.S. forces and/or its allies for the purpose of developing and improving military combat skills. The SRP includes over 90 training ranges on over 30 militiary bases areound the world in a variety of geographical locations and under a wide range of extreme environmental conditions. These facilities use long-range thermal imaging technologies produced by Senspex for observation and review of the training exercises. Senspex manufactures and supports these thermal imaging camera systems and provides technical services related to their installation and maintenance.
Pictured - Two SPX-550 Thermal Imaging Cameras Systems
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