Kratos Reports $65M in Satcom, Space Tech Contracts; Phil Carrai Quoted

Phil Carrai

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions has booked new contracts and renewals worth up to $65M combined to support various space and satellite communications programs.

The company said Monday it will provide technology platforms for satellite command, cloud computing architecture, signal monitoring and service assurance applications designed to aid space defense efforts of the U.S. and its allies.

Contract work will occur at various company facilities over a one-year period.

Phil Carrai, president of Kratos’ space, cybersecurity and training business, said the company supports a range of space missions with commercial off-the-shelf platforms, mission-specific applications and cloud enablement tools.

The company has started to use a global, commercial network of space-based radio frequency sensors built to help clients identify, locate and address interference challenges.

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