Eight companies-The Boeing Company, St. Louis, Missouri; CAE USA Incorporated, Tampa, Florida; Computer Sciences Corporation, Orlando, Florida; Cubic Worldwide Technical Services Incorporated, San Diego, California; Engineering Support Personnel Incorporated, Orlando; Fidelity Technologies Corporation, Reading, Pennsylvania; L-3 Link Simulation & Training Division, Arlington, Texas; and LB&B Associates Incorporated, Columbia, Maryland-are each being awarded contracts to support more than 900 training simulators for the U.S.
Fidelity Technologies Corporation has entered into a two-phase contract with the Norwegian Armed Forces for a virtual simulator to train forward air controllers and forward observers. The contract has a potential value of $10.5 million.
Fidelity Technologies Corporation has received a $5.3 million contract from the U.S Air Force to create a simulation and training system that can be used for a full range of training exercises. Fidelity will manufacture and deliver the Joint Terminal Control Training and Rehearsal System, which will provide real-life battlefield scenarios for warfighters in four areas: terminal attack control, close air support, air traffic control and call for fire coordination, training, and mission rehearsal.
Fidelity Technologies Corporation has received a U.S. Army contract with a potential value of $124 million over five years. Fidelity will manufacture an advanced type of circuit protection called the Power Distribution Illumination System, Electrical. The units will control the amount of power that flows from generators to the standard electrical requirements the soldiers use.