Sierra Nevada Corp. Buys Kutta Technologies

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Kutta's Unified Ground Control Station capable of interfacing with a multitude of different UAS platforms. Photo: Kutta Technologies.




Sparks, Nevada-based Sierra Nevada Corp. has acquired Phoenix company Kutta Technologies, which specializes in command and control, manned-unmanned teaming and airspace management technology. 



Kutta will be a wholly owned subsidiary of Sierra Nevada Corp., supporting its Integrated Missions Systems business, with locations in Maryland and Alabama. 



"We're excited to have Kutta, with its excellent management team join the SNC family," says SNC President Eren Ozmen. “With 15 years of experience in unmanned systems, Kutta brings a wealth of exciting technologies and capabilities to greatly expand our technical offerings. The acquisition will also allow Kutta’s products to be exposed to a much larger audience through SNC.”



Sierra’s IMS unit focuses on intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance technology and unmanned aircraft integration. 



“We are very excited to be a part of the SNC IMS group,” says Doug Limbaugh, former CEO of Kutta Technologies. “Prior to this acquisition, we worked with SNC very successfully on multiple projects and found their leadership and engineering teams to be first class. Now as part of a wholly owned subsidiary of SNC, we know that together we can grow our UAS and communications products to a whole new level.”

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