R&D contract with U.S. Army

Black%20Coral.JPGOttawa-based Black Coral Inc. nets a $1.2-million research and development contract with the U.S. Department of Defense. The deal will see the geospatial software company testing its Black Coral LIVE with the U.S. Army’s ground-based command & control (C2) systems over the next two years to determine whether the software can support on-the-move operations. Awarded through the U.S. military’s $5-billion Foreign Comparative Testing Program, the contract will see Black Coral partner with New Jersey-based Future Skies Inc., a software development company which has worked with the U.S. Department of Defense in the past.

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