CAES, Colorado Engineering Inc. Launch Partnership on Advanced Tech Development

CAES, Colorado Engineering Inc. Launch Partnership on Advanced Tech Development

CAES and Colorado Engineering Inc. will collaborate on the development of advanced technology planned for integration into radars, electronic warfare and communications systems, datalinks and missile seekers to meet needs of government and aerospace and defense prime contractors.

David Young, chief technology officer of CAES, said in a statement published Monday the partnership will enable the company to combine its expertise in digital, radio frequency, microwave and millimeter wave technoloy with the systems engineering capability of CEI.

Both companies look to capitalize on each other’s capabilities to engineer, prototype and manufacture technologies to meet mission needs of customers.

“Our customer-first culture combined with innovative approaches and experienced engineering team and CAES’ advanced engineering capability provide customers with a synergistic team to solve their most challenging problems,” said Nancy Scally, CEO of CEI.

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