New York, NY – Known for providing Remote Visual Assessment (RVA) for the United States Air Force’s Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) program, Sentry View Systems announces they have been awarded the contract for the USAF RVA II EMD I. This is an $860K contract to design enhancements to the Air Force’s Remote Visual Assessment program of record.
Persistent Systems, LLC will deliver ground-vehicle and airborne-vehicle reception solutions to Sentry View Systems, for inclusion in the full RVA2 package to be delivered by SVS to the United States Government. As the creator of the WaRTAK system, Persistent is perfectly situated to ensure seamless interfacing between RVA2 and WaRTAK.
“This confirms our ongoing commitment to provide high tech software solutions to the United States Air Force,” said Kirk Hall, Sentry View Systems CEO/CFO.
The USAF Global Strike Command is responsible for securing our nation’s ICBM systems. In 2004, the initial RVA system was demonstrated and installed to allow security forces to “see the threat” remotely, dramatically increasing the security of our missile wings.
Currently, the RVA system includes the RVA Surveillance System, Monitoring System, Data Transmission System and Infrastructure System. RVA is in use at Malmstrom Air Force Base, MT, Minot AFB, ND, Warren AFB, WY and Hill AFB, UT, where it provides Launch Facility (LF) and Missile Alert Facility (MAF) situational awareness by utilizing video feeds and other sensor data.