Hypergiant Receives $61M Air Force Contract to Continue Work on ABMS Component UI
Texas-based artificial intelligence company Hypergiant has received from the Department of the Air Force a three-year contract potentially worth $61 million to continue developing the Joint Effects for Real-time Integrated Command and Control Operations. JERIC2O is the user interface for the DAF’s Cloud-Based Command Control program, a component of the Advanced Battle Management System.
The ABMS, in turn, is the contribution of the Air Force to the Department of Defense’s Joint All-Domain Command and Control.
JERIC2O was originally designed under a Phase III Small Business Innovation Research award, Hypergiant said.
Under the contract, Hypergiant will be working with the DAF’s Program Executive Office for Command, Control, Communications, and Battle Management and combatant commands. The company will also collaborate with industry teams in the design of software applications that visualizes data to inform decision-making.
According to Quentin Donnellan, president of Hypergiant’s Space and Defense, the DAF contract will not be a one-time delivery, with the company deploying new capabilities continuously every two weeks.
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