QinetiQ Wins TALON IV Military Robots Contract

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  • 11:59 AM, December 19, 2014
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QinetiQ has won a contract from the US Army on December 18 to build, refurbish and modernize two TALON IV military robots.
 
The military robots is used extensively in combat in Afghanistan and Iraq.
 
QinetiQ North America (QNA) was awarded a contract worth over $17.5 million in September for spare parts and upgrades to its fleet of TALON robots through the U.S. Army's Contracting Command in Warren of Michigan.
 
The spares will sustain fielded systems in operation today while the upgrade and modernization of the battle tested TALON robot will continue to provide life-saving support to U.S. warfighters in both current operations and future deployments.
 
QNA has also been awarded an IDIQ (Indefinite Duration, Indefinite Quantity) contract through the Naval Surface Warfare Center under the Man Transportable Robotic System (MTRS) program.
 
This 3-year IDIQ contract, which could be worth up to $30 million, from Naval EOD Technology Division for TALON MTRS Mk2, provides for purchase of new systems, reconditioning, upgrades and spare parts for the MTRS Mk2 fleet of TALON robots.
 
"QinetiQ North America is very proud of the role our robots play in providing lifesaving standoff for our warfighters when in harm's way. We are also grateful for the confidence shown by the U.S. Military in the robust and reliable capabilities provided through our family of robots," said Derek Daly, Vice President of Land Systems at QNA.
 
Both contracts were signed in September 2014.
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