US Army Seeks Technical Support Services for OSRVT

The US Army has issued a request for information (RFI) for a two-year follow-on requirement for the One System Remote Video Terminal (OSRVT) system to the existing fiscal year 2018 Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) requirement.<br />OSRVT, which the army began fielding in October 2014, is a remote video, radio frequency-based, line-of-sight (LOS)...

The US Army has issued a request for information (RFI) for a two-year follow-on requirement for the One System Remote Video Terminal (OSRVT) system to the existing fiscal year 2018 Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) requirement.

OSRVT, which the army began fielding in October 2014, is a remote video, radio frequency-based, line-of-sight (LOS) multiband system that allows for multiple configurations for integration into specific platforms and soldier systems, the army said in its 30 November solicitation.

“Hardware and services applicable to this RFI are OSRVT systems (the Remotely Operated Video Enhanced Receiver radio and antenna subcomponents will be provided as Government Furnished Equipment and integrated in a fielded OSRVT system); the Mobile Directional Antenna Systems (MDAS), which is an Additional Authorized List (AAL) item to the OSRVT that can automatically track the UAS [unmanned aerial system] in flight and receive the radio frequency (RF) signals over a greater distance than the standard non-tracking antennae that are part of the base OSRVT system; CLS Services within the contiguous United States and outside contiguous United States; and the Technical Support Services for the above products,” the army said.

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