Hawkeye Systems to Develop Tech for DoD Under Cooperative Agreement

Hawkeye Systems to Develop Tech for DoD Under Cooperative Agreement

Hawkeye Systems has signed a cooperative agreement with the Department of Defense to build technologies and streamline processes that will address the agency’s operational needs.

The company said Tuesday it will develop components, materials, simulations, models, software offerings and platforms to help DoD create an optimized capability for its assets.

Hawkeye has also assigned Shawn Petre, a consultant at the U.S. Navy, to serve as a principal adviser in line with the cooperative research and development agreement.

“The CRADA is a true testament to the work and capabilities of our core technology and systems, and we’re excited to be collaborating with the DOD,” said Corby Marshall, founder and CEO at Hawkeye.

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