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Defense Innovation Unit Launches Competitive Solicitation for IoT-Based Tracking Device Project

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The Defense Innovation Unit has issued an Area of Interest solicitation in search of technologies that use commercial or internet of things devices to track and locate a path in global positioning systems and environments without external networks.

The competitive solicitation, which ends on Oct. 25, is being conducted in accordance with the merit-based Commercial Solutions Opening process and may result in follow-on contract awards for the winning bidders, DIU said Thursday.

DIU is looking for companies that can develop an interoperable, multi-sensor device that requires low power and has low emission.

Offerings can be part of an IoT suite and designed for visual plotting in mapping systems. A proposed system must have an open architecture interface and user experience, and have security functions for extreme environmental conditions or adversarial countermeasures.

Interested parties may fill a submission form on the DIU website.

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