Goodrich, KNK to develop next-gen ISR technology

  • 18-Oct-2011 04:54 EDT

Goodrich Corp. signed an agreement with U.K.-based Knowledge Network Konsulting (KNK) Ltd., a provider of intelligence management and decision support software. The agreement opens the door for Goodrich's Malvern, U.K., operation to collaborate with the KNK team in developing effective and comprehensive solutions to meet future intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) requirements. The integration of the two companies' software capabilities brings together the expertise required to develop a total ISR solution that offers: requirements generation and tasking, collection and fusion of information from multiple sources, and assessed decision-support outputs.

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