CROWN POINT, Ind., Aug. 11 (UPI) -- 21st Century Systems Inc. has been awarded a contract extension to continue its support for an Indiana National Guard training installation.
U.S. company 21CSI was awarded the contract from CSC as part of its comprehensive task order with the U.S. Army Communications-Electronic Research, Development and Engineering Center.
Under the deal, 21CSI will provide the Indiana National Guard's Muscatatuck Urban Training Center, the military's urban warfare tactics, techniques and procedures training installation, with its software technologies in support of the Intelligent Distributed Command and Control force protection system.
"The use of Intelligent Distributed Command and Control in this surveillance application further shows how 21CSI's technology can be easily transitioned to create a multitude of products, customized for different needs, in both the military and commercial arenas," Jeffrey Hicks, 21CSI chairman and chief executive officer, said in a statement.
"We fully expect for this system to become an indispensable part of managing this unique and necessary training facility."