SimVentions wins Strike Weapons Systems engineering support contract

18 February 2019 (Last Updated February 18th, 2019 10:10)

SimVentions has secured a contract from the US Navy to provide Strike Weapons Systems engineering, software development, and test and evaluation capabilities.

SimVentions has secured a contract from the US Navy to provide Strike Weapons Systems engineering, software development, and test and evaluation capabilities.

Under the five-year contract, valued at $52m, SimVentions will provide the engineering support services to the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD), and the Weapons Control and Integration Department’s Strike Weapons Systems division.

The company will also support several Naval Sea Systems Command and Naval Air Systems Command programmes and projects.

The contract work will be delivered in support of projects such as systems, software, cybersecurity, and test engineering, along with system analysis and modelling and simulation of a variety of weapons systems, weapon control systems, and warfare systems, prominently the Tomahawk Weapon System.

SimVentions CEO Larry Root said: “We first began supporting Strike Weapons capabilities back in the 2010 timeframe. We feel so blessed and excited to now be in a unique position to increase our support of current and future Strike Weapons capabilities…with the sole purpose and focus of making our NSWCDD customers, and ultimately our warfighters, highly successful.”

"SimVentions will provide the engineering support services to the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, and the Weapons Control and Integration Department’s Strike Weapons Systems division."

The scope of the work also includes performing requirements and interface management; command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence (C4I); cybersecurity engineering; in-service systems and fleet support.

Furthermore, the company, which is headquartered in Virginia, will carry out software engineering analysis, design, and development; system/hardware testing and analysis; configuration management, and system and software process improvement.

The latest award comes after SimVentions secured a contract to deliver cyber mission engineering support to Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, Atlantic, and another to support Seaport Next Generation.