Advanced data-transfer agreement with NAVAIR garners Mercury as much as $50 millionNews
June 09, 2022
ANDOVER, Mass. Mercury Systems has garnered a three-year basic ordering agreement (BOA) worth as much as $50 million from the Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) for engineering services and products relating to Mercury’s Advanced Data Transfer System (ADTS), aimed at deployment across multiple rotary-wing and tilt-rotor platforms.
The ADTS is a rugged data/video/audio loader and recorder with cybersecurity capability that the military uses for moving mission data securely to and from the aircraft for pre- and post-mission analysis.
The agreement has a period of performance of three years -- covering ADTS hardware such as data transfer units, data transfer devices, encryption modules, and other key components --with work expected to be done at Mercury's Torrance, California facility.