The U.S. Navy will conduct an industry day on Nov. 18 to discuss acquisition, development and sustainment programs for autonomous and unmanned systems and platforms.
The service plans to award a contract to support the development, procurement, experiments, testing, exercises and demonstration of unmanned systems, according to a notice published Tuesday.
Naval Sea Systems Command and Naval Surface Warfare Center – Carderock Division will select a contractor that will provide products and services across 13 functional areas, according to the statement of work.
These functional areas are payload integration; nonpayload sensors; enabling capabilities and technologies; autonomy and vehicle control systems; ashore and host platform elements; product support management; test and evaluation support; lab support; experimentation and demonstration support; prototyping; cybersecurity and cyber resilience; software support; and modeling and simulation.
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