Comtech awarded $10.1M advanced location services contract

Comtech Telecommunications has been awarded a $10.1 million multi-year contract from a U.S. mobile network operator for its hosted, advanced location services platform, said the company in a statement. The order includes development, deployment, and support.

The Comtech platform uses its Position Determining Engine (PDE) to deliver location information of devices for applications such as turn-by-turn navigation, family finder, and remote workforce management. The solution is hosted outside the operator’s network and ensures interoperability across all device providers.

[Image courtesy: Comtech]

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