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Cubic Division Wins $3.5M to Expand Army Mesh Network Used to Tag,Track Vehicles

Cubic Division Wins $3.5M to Expand Army Mesh Network Used to Tag,Track Vehicles - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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Cubic Global Tracking Solutions, a division of Cubic Corp., has won a $3.5 million contract to aid the U.S. Army in the expansion of its next generation wireless communications solutions.

The company is delivering its NGWC solution as a subcontractor to ARINC engineering services, according to the company announcement.

“The expansion of the Cubic Global Tracking Solutions program for the U.S. Army’s Logistics Innovation Agency is an important milestone for Cubic and a testament to the value of the information our technology delivers,” said Mary Ann Wagner, president of Cubic Global Tracking Solutions.

NGWC is already in use for yard management applications at three U.S. bases in Kuwait. The mesh technology is deployed at the Army’s Camp Arifjan Wash Rack in Kuwait as well where it is used to track military vehicles as they are prepped for redeployment from Iraq.

Cubic uses Mesh Asset Tag devices with GPS receivers and attaches them to vehicles in order to provide connectivity between one another. Vehicle locations can be searched by the mesh tag serial number in the company’s device management center.

“Our technology is providing the Army with complete visibility of tracked assets and improving inventory management in one of the world’s most challenging environments,” added Wagner.

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