In recent news, Chesapeake Technology International (CTI) has acquired Asymmetric Technologies, a company with a focus on edge communications products and autonomous flight programs for defense and national security sectors. This acquisition is part of CTI’s efforts to expand its portfolio of capabilities in technology transition and systems interoperability. While the terms of the transaction have not been disclosed, this move is seen as a way for CTI to enhance its ability to provide end-to-end software and dedicated hardware products and solutions to its customers.

Founded in 2011, Asymmetric Technologies is known for its expertise in open source software, flight control, and waveform technology. The company’s IronClad and Whisper systems will now be integrated into CTI’s existing offering for military unmanned system needs. This integration is expected to provide CTI with the necessary tools to address the growing needs of national security and provide its customers with comprehensive solutions that meet their specific requirements.

Jay Moorman, CEO of CTI, expressed his excitement about the acquisition and stated that it aligns with the company’s strategy to invest in addressing the growing needs of national security. With Bluestone Investment Partners backing him up, Moorman believes that this move will position CTI as a leader in defense technology integration and enable it to continue providing innovative solutions to its clients.

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