The California-based specialized electronics developer said its OSI Electronics unit was awarded a contract from U.S. company ITT Corp.
Under the $27 million deal, OSI Electronics will deliver electronic subassemblies for use with the mine-resistant ambush-protected armored vehicle program.
"We are pleased to continue our involvement in this key Department of Defense program," Deepak Chopra, OSI Systems chief executive, said in a statement.
"We expect that subassemblies to be delivered under this contract will be shipped in fiscal 2010."
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