DAG 2016 – Joint and Other Systems Services

ARCHIVED - Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Aerial Reconnaissance

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Information: New Proposal

For DAG 2016

Replace Existing Systems with Newer or Different System


The Aerial Recce project will provide the capability to remotely monitor, detect, and identify CBRN hazards from manned and unmanned air vehicles, and potentially space platforms.


To deliver a variety of CBRN detection, identification and monitoring systems that can be used from fixed-wing and/or rotary aircraft, as well as from unmanned aerial vehicles, including satellites, with the capability to automatically transmit the data to the command and control systems.

Preliminary Estimate

  • $20 million to $49 million

Anticipated Timeline

  • 2017 to 2019 Options Analysis
  • 2019 to 2021 Definition Approval
  • 2021 Implementation Approval
  • 2022 Request for Proposal Release
  • 2022 Contract Award
  • 2024 Final Delivery

Point of Contact

Director Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defence & Operational Support
Phone: 613-996-8006

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