A Yulista Holding subsidiary has received a five-year contract to help the U.S. Air Force manage a military site in the Hawaiian island of Maui for research, development and operational efforts related to space situational awareness.
The contract also covers facility and infrastructure repair, maintenance, physical plant limited architect/engineering, refuse collection and disposal and logistics support.
AMOS Site features the Maui Space Surveillance Complex equipped with the Defense Department‘s 3.6-meter Advanced Electro-Optical System and two telescopes in the range of 0.4 meters to 2.6 meters.
The site’s Maui High-Performance Computing Center is built at sea level.
Hawaii-based Tunista supports government customers in areas such as base operations, video teleconference installation, software engineering and database management.