April 3, 2013

Numerica wins Navy R&D contract

LOVELAND – Numerica Corp. said Wednesday that it has won a $150,000 Small Business Innovation Research contract to develop software to help the U.S. Navy gather radar systems information.

The contract positions the Loveland technology company to potentially win a $1 million contract from the Navy in the next few months, said Becky Jensen, Numerica marketing and proposal manager.

Numerica will develop software algorithms as part of the first phase of the contract, she said. The company will develop software to improve collection of radar signals if the Navy agrees to award the second phase of the contract to Numerica.

“What it really lines us up for is to do the prototype for that $1 million contract,” Jensen said.

Established in 1996, Numerica employs 50 people. The company has worked with the U.S. Department of Defense, NASA and commercial customers on areas that include missile defense, intelligence and surveillance, cyber security and unmanned aircraft systems.


LOVELAND – Numerica Corp. said Wednesday that it has won a $150,000 Small Business Innovation Research contract to develop software to help the U.S. Navy gather radar systems information.

The contract positions the Loveland technology company to potentially win a $1 million contract from the Navy in the next few months, said Becky Jensen, Numerica marketing and proposal manager.

Numerica will develop software algorithms as part of the first phase of the contract, she said. The company will develop software to improve collection of radar signals if the Navy agrees to award the second phase of the contract to Numerica.

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