Lockheed Martin ac­quires CDL Sys­tems

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Lockheed Martin has ac­quired the as­sets of CDL Sys­tems Ltd., a soft­ware en­gi­neer­ing firm that spe­cialises in the devel­op­ment and li­cens­ing of ve­hi­cle con­trol sta­tion soft­ware for un­manned sys­tems. CDL Sys­tems has devel­oped an open, stan­dards-based, and com­mer­cial off-the-shelf soft­ware prod­uct that has been in­te­grated into numer­ous un­manned ve­hi­cle plat­forms. The com­pany’s prod­ucts are de­signed on low-cost, in­ter­op­er­a­ble, and open ar­chi­tec­ture sys­tems to sup­port government and civil ap­pli­ca­tions around the world, with more than one mil­lion hours of op­er­a­tional use. CDL

Sys­tems was founded in 1992 in Cal­gary, Al­berta, Canada, with of­fices in Cal­gary and Huntsville, Alabama.

“CDL Sys­tems is an in­dus­try leader in the devel­op­ment and sys­tems in­te­gra­tion of in­ter­op­er­a­ble ve­hi­cle con­trol soft­ware,” said CDL Sys­tems CEO Al­bert Sul­mis­tras. “Our success is a di­rect re­sult of our tal­ented and ded­i­cated em­ploy­ees and we’re ex­cited that this com­bi­na­tion will en­able us to con­tinue to ex­pand our reach and grow our busi­ness.”

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