Rockwell Collins, Stauder Technologies Form Strategic Alliance For Joint Fires Defense Market Offerings

alliance partnership connectRockwell Collins and Stauder Technologies have formed a strategic alliance to create join targeting, coordination and communications services to be offered in the worldwide joint fires defense market.

The partnership looks to offer products and services that will meet the demands and requirements in the defense market, Rockwell Collins said Monday.

Mike Jones, Rockwell Collins vice president and general manager for communications, navigation and electronic warfare products, said that the agreement with Stauder enables Rockwell Collins to deliver a joint fires digital capability that is interoperable from ground and airborne tech.

“We are excited about the opportunity to team with Rockwell Collins,” said Stauder Technologies President and CEO Jerry Stauder.

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