Syracuse, NY – The U.S. Air Force recently awarded a sole-source indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, with a total value of $90M over five years, to SRCTec, LLC. Under this contract, SRCTec will design, deliver and sustain counter-UAS technology to support the Air Force’s Medusa counter-sUAS program.
“We are proud to support the Air Force Medusa program with critical counter-UAS technology,” said Anthony Stewart, general manager of SRCTec. “Our delivery and support of these systems will help to keep our warfighters safe and ensure the successful completion of missions.”
SRC’s counter-UAS technology provides accurate detection of low flying and small moving UAS targets, identifies and classifies those targets, and provides low-cost precision electronic defeat capabilities. The technology SRCTec will deliver to support the Medusa program comprises an air surveillance radar and a counter-sUAS EW system with electro-optical and IR capabilities.
“SRC has proven time and time again that it can provide superior services and products to the United States government, so it’s no surprise that the Air Force once again chose them for this important work,” said U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer. “I will continue to work with SRC to bring more federal work — and more jobs — to Central New York through partnerships like these.”
SRC, Inc. (@SRCDefense), a not-for-profit research and development company, combines information, science, technology and ingenuity to solve “impossible” problems in the areas of defense, environment and intelligence. Across a family of companies, SRC applies bright minds, fresh thinking and relentless determination to deliver innovative products and services that are redefining possible® for the challenges faced by America and its allies.
Since 1957, SRC’s commitment to the customer and the best solution — not the bottom line — has remained a core value that guides its efforts. This passion for quality carries through to the technologies the company invents and manufactures, the laboratories and facilities it builds, the people they hire, and communities where they work. Today, more than 1,600 engineers, scientists and professionals work together at SRC to protect people, the environment and our way of life.