Ierus Technologies awarded TETRAS II contract by Air Force Test Center

Ierus Technologies, a defense contractor based in Huntsville, Alabama, has been chosen as an awardee of the TETRAS II contract from the Air Force Test Center.

The contract has a ceiling of nearly $1 billion and is centered around technological development to support Department of Defense (DoD) testing systems and facilities for upcoming weapons and cyber systems.

The main goal of the TETRAS II contract is to assist DoD customers with the development and modification of Test and Evaluation systems. This includes supporting mandatory radio frequency (RF) spectrum transition plans to guarantee the performance of 5th generation weapons and cyber systems, as well as transitioning to 6th generation technologies.

Additionally, Ierus has been awarded a 2023 SBIR for the development of AI-based multi-intelligence, multi-attribute metadata. This project will assess the technical feasibility of a system designed to monitor and track signals in all operational domains, in response to the Navy’s requirements.

[Image courtesy: Air Force Test Center]

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