(SAN DIEGO, Feb. 13, 2006) -- SYS Technologies (AMEX:SYS), a leading provider of information connectivity solutions that enable real-time, complex decision-making, announced today that they have been awarded a one-year, $1.78 million prime contract to provide architecture development for the Undersea Warfare Decision Support System (USWDSS). The work will be performed in San Diego.
USWDSS is an integrated, network-centric, command and control capability that operates in near real-time and uses sensor alignment to improve situational awareness. It will give the Navy's fleet the capability to plan and control undersea warfare operations. SYS will develop a configurable, end-to-end architecture to support enhanced battlefield visualization of anti-submarine warfare search capabilities.
About SYS Technologies
SYS Technologies (AMEX:SYS) is a leading provider of information connectivity solutions that capture, analyze and present real-time information to decision makers. Using interoperable communications software, sensors, wireless networks, decision-support tools and Net-centric technologies, our technical experts enhance complex decision-making. We also provide solution lifecycle support with program, financial, test and logistical services and training. Founded in 1966, SYS is headquartered in San Diego and has principal offices in California and Virginia. For additional information, visit www.systechnologies.com.
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Edward M. Lake, 858-715-5500