At AUSA, Companies Focused on Improving Old Equipment, Rather Than Selling New
July 06, 2015
The buzzword at this year’s Association of the U.S. Army conference was uncertainty — uncertainty about whether sequestration will continue, about when a new budget will be approved and about what programs will move forward.
But companies are finding ways to cope, taking more incremental approaches to growing their businesses.
At QinetiQ North America’s booth at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, the McLean-based company was showing off new kinds of armor and sensors that can be bolted on — or even applied with extra-strength magnets — to Army vehicles to make them more resistant to attacks.
Read the full article online at The Washington Post.