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United States : SEA wins contract from MoD, worth £4m

June 27, 2014

SEA, advanced systems and software house that runs from three sites in the South West, declared that it has bagged a 4m deal from the Ministry of Defence (MoD).

Technology group Cohort revealed that its subsidiary had been selected to support a four-year research programme for the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl).

The MoD contract relates to the Architectures, Interoperability and Management of Simulation programme, which is aimed on adding live and simulation-based systems used in areas like defence operational training.

With the growth of roadmap of future technologies and the creation of a new experimentation facility and research, will be aided by SEA.

Andrew Thomis, chief executive officer of Cohort, said: "This is an excellent win and a further demonstration of SEA's strong reputation as a provider of research into future generations of defence technology. It continues SEA's involvement in simulation and builds on its experience working with Dstl on programmes covering expeditionary logistics support and soldier equipment."

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Source: TendersInfo (India)

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