Pueblo West, Colorado, August 2013 – GPS Source received an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity,
firm-fixed-price contract with a maximum value of $16,613,430 for the procurement of defense
advanced global positioning system receiver distributed devices (D3). The Army Contracting
Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., was the contracting activity (W15P7T-13-D-C116).
GLI-FLO was developed by the defense contract engineering firm, GPS Source. GLI-FLO is a DAGR
Distributed Device (D3) that can replace the Position, Navigation & Timing (PNT) role currently required
of the DAGR or other GB-GRAM devices inside a fixed vehicle platform. Designed as a single, secure
access point to multiple devices requiring PNT data on a fixed vehicle platform, it saves space, weight
and power (SWaP).
Robert Horton, CEO of GPS Source, said that “The GLI-FLO contract award is an important milestone
in GPS Source’s initiative for the defense market. Getting this award was a complicated process, but it
helps fulfill our vision of continual innovation in GNSS Signal Availability, especially for the Warfighter.”
Mr. Horton commented further, “We look forward to continuing to provide manufacturing and
engineering support services to the Department of Defense.”
About GPS Source, Inc.
GPS Source, Inc. designs, develops and manufactures GPS and Digital Wireless Network Systems.
Their solutions support dynamic mission communication and enable GPS equipment to acquire signals
in otherwise denied environments, such as in the cargo compartment of the C-17 Heavy Lift aircraft,
aircraft maintenance hangars, train tunnels, etc. GPS Source designs and manufactures GPS/GNSS
signal distribution devices. They create solutions that bring that provide PNT and GPS inside for the
defense, aerospace, the commercial and public sectors. GPS Source, Inc. is a veteran owned small
business and an AS9100 certified company. For more information, please visit www.GPSSource.com.
Brandie Chenoweth, Marketing Manager