February 22, 2010
Company to Demonstrate CounterBomber® System that Helps Detect Suicide Bombers
(ORLANDO) -- Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) [NYSE: SAI] today announced it is demonstrating its comprehensive, tactical vehicle platform lifecycle management system, the Common Driver Trainer (CDT) product line, and the CounterBomber® system at the 2010 AUSA Winter Symposium & Exposition, Feb. 24-26 at the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
At AUSA, SAIC is unveiling the new CDT variant for the M1Abrams Main Battle Tank during a brief ceremony on Feb.24 at 3 p.m. at Booth 2335. The tank virtual simulator is available for test drives on Feb.24-26. The CDT Stryker and MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected) vehicle cab variants will also be on display.
In addition, SAIC is demonstrating its comprehensive Tactical Platform Lifecycle Management system for tactical vehicle fleets at five interactive process stations–integration, data management, fielding management, sustainment management, and simulation and training. SAIC developed the system for the Department of Defense’s MRAP vehicle procurement program. SAIC is also demonstrating the CounterBomber system that integrates radar and video to provide the first-ever system capable of automatically detecting suicide bombers at safe distances.
“SAIC’s simulation and tactical platform management products offer critical support for next generation training solutions, complex logistics integration, and detection systems,” said Joe DeFrancisco, SAIC senior vice president. “Our virtual simulation product line and Comprehensive Tactical Platform Lifecycle Management system illustrate our ability to integrate advanced capabilities into strategic, turnkey, customized solutions to meet the challenges of supporting today’s warfighters and theater operations.”