July 23, 2012

Numerica wins $900K Navy contract

Numerica Corp., a Loveland-based company that develops technology for the defense industry, has won a $900,000 contract from the U.S. Navy.

Numerica will coordinate radar resources under the newly awarded 18-month contract, the company said Monday.

A system developed by Numerica will enable a more resilient and efficient sensor system that adapts to changes, Numerica said.

“Advanced resource management technology will enable the Navy to do more with existing radars,´ said Numerica President Jeff Poore. “It’s an honor for our scientists to offer this kind of solution to enhance the nation’s defense.”


Numerica Corp., a Loveland-based company that develops technology for the defense industry, has won a $900,000 contract from the U.S. Navy.

Numerica will coordinate radar resources under the newly awarded 18-month contract, the company said Monday.

A system developed by Numerica will enable a more resilient and efficient sensor system that adapts to changes, Numerica said.

“Advanced resource management technology will enable the Navy to do more with existing radars,´ said Numerica President Jeff Poore. “It’s an honor for our scientists to offer this kind of solution to enhance the nation’s defense.”


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