HUNTSVILLE, Ala., April 17 (UPI) -- The U.S. Army has contracted Sim-G Technologies to support the Integrated Commercial Intrusion Detection System IV program.
U.S. company Sim-G was awarded the contract from the Army's Space and Missile Defense Command located in Alabama. As part of the six-year deal, Sim-G will lead a team supporting the ICIDS-IV program.
The program is designed to provide detection and response support for potential intrusions of Army facilities. Officials said Sim-G will lead a team that includes ICx Technologies, L-3, General Dynamics and others in providing the ICIDS-IV program with equipment-installation and sustainment services.
"We are extremely pleased that the Army has selected Sim-G Technologies to support this very important program," Mark McIntosh, Sim-G Technologies president and chief executive, said in a statement.
"The ICIDS-IV procurement is a critical contracting vehicle providing the U.S. Army a system to safeguard itself while optimizing its mission performance."