US: Autonodyne LLC has announced the award by the State of Arizona of an Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide comprehensive Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) custom hardware and software solutions to all of the State agencies and various political subdivisions of both the State of Arizona as well as the State of Connecticut. In addition, this contract is available nationwide to any Federal and State Agency that chooses to utilize this contract vehicle; various organizations such as the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, the City of Albuquerque, NM and the City of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power have already signed up to take advantage of this unique and broad contract award.
“The unique skill sets and products that Autonodyne brings to the table for our customers in both unmanned software, flight hardware, artificial intelligence (AI) and autonomy is simply unmatched in the industry. Our current customer base of various US Special Forces, DARPA, Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), the Ohio Federal Research Network (OFRN) and industry partners such as Kratos Defense reflects the diversity and holistic solutions provided by Autonodyne to our customers.
This proven track record and experience directly translates into success for police departments, fire fighters, agricultural and utility entities looking to utilize unmanned systems to increase public safety, decrease costs and increase efficiency. The nationwide applicability of this contract is a huge bonus for our customers as it allows rapid acquisition timelines with the ability to utilize this existing contract,” said Nate Titus, Director of Government Programs at Autonodyne LLC.
The States of Arizona and Connecticut and its more than 800 Co-Op partners, Federal Agencies and any other State Agency can work through AZ Contract BPM001647 (Autonodyne CTR047234) to provide its members the unique and rapid UAS solutions that Autonodyne can provide.
“We are thrilled for the opportunity to continue to be at the cusp of UAS operations and help federal, state and municipal agencies take advantage of this rapidly expanding technology.” said Steve Jacobson, CEO of Autonodyne LLC.