Maxar Technologies‘s MDA business has received a potential $11.8 million contract to produce a technology platform for NATO to visualize the international alliance’s maritime command and control operations.
MDA said Thursday it will base the platform on a modern software architecture and technology for integration into fixed and deployable systems as part of Project TRITON.
TRITON is designed to help NATO and its member countries to produce and share a unified view of their maritime operations.
The platform will also work to support a range of services for the organization’s Bi-Strategic Command Automated Information System and operational theaters, MDA noted.
NATO plans to adopt TRITON as its standardized map and object visualization tool across its information technology systems.