Kratos Awarded $2.7 Million Army Video Surveillance and Security Contract

Kratos Defense & Security Solutions, a national security, information technology and public safety solutions provider, announced that its Public Safety and Security segment has won a 5-year follow-on contract at a major Army base for video security system integration, maintenance, equipment and services valued at more than $2.7 million.

One key focus area under this IDIQ contract will be the use of specialized video cameras including video analytics software, to capture, recover, and compare license plate information against tag alert databases to assist base security personnel in identifying unauthorized vehicles, in the determination of whether a vehicle-of-interest has left the base, and other information.

"We are very pleased that we are able to continue and expand our strong relationship with the U.S. Army in support of their mission-critical, base-wide video security needs," said Ben Goodwin, President of Public Safety and Security segment for Kratos. "We have spent the last 3 years understanding our customers' unique security requirements, and we are looking forward to using that experience to expand their video surveillance capabilities, including enhanced IP and video analytics technologies, and to reaffirming their confidence in our expertise and reputation."
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