Leidos to Refresh Army UAS Ground Control Platform

Leidos has received a potential four-year, $53M contract to build and update software for the U.S. Army’s Unmanned Aircraft System Ground Control Station.

The company said Thursday it aims to provide an integrated system that will allow military operators to manage UAS flights, locate adversaries and complete missions.

Under the single-award contract, Leidos will also help the service branch integrate the UASGCS-Version 4 into the Universal Ground Control Station.

The contract has one base year plus three option years and includes system qualification, operational test amd certification efforts.

Leidos intends for its technology to support common baseline compatibility and resuability for current UAS as well as Army, Department of Defense and commercial software platforms.

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