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|Headquarters||Virginia, United States|
|Key people||John G. Coburn
(Chairman) and CEO)
|Products||Civil and military aerospace
Naval and commercial shipbuilding
Land warfare systems
|Subsidiaries||iDirect, VT Halter Marine Inc., VT MAK|
VT Systems, also known as Vision Technologies Systems, is an integrated engineering group providing solutions and services in the aerospace, electronics, land systems, and marine sectors. It has 6,300 professional and technical employees. VT Systems is the United States corporate entity of ST Engineering, a global defense contractor.
VT Systems key offerings include shipbuilding, custom truck bodies and trailers, emergency vehicle units, satellite-based broadband access solutions, hardened electronic systems, and aircraft maintenance and repair. The shipbuilding group has three shipyards and designs and manufactures highly customized vessels for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), Federal Agencies, and supply vessels to support offshore oil exploration and production.
The aerospace group has two facilities and providing repair and overhaul services to a broad fleet of commercial aircraft.
The electronics group creates ruggedized computer systems for the U.S. Military as well as a supplier of airborne wireless servers and access points and services for IP Networking via satellite worldwide. The land systems group has six facilities providing custom refrigerated and dry freight bodies and trailers, as well as emergency vehicles to a wide range of customers in the U.S. and overseas.
VTS also delivers a wide variety of land system products and technologies, which exceed the deploy ability and mobility requirements future battlefields demand.
- General (USA, Ret.) John G. Coburn is Chairman and CEO of Vision Technologies Systems, Inc.
- Patrick Lee is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Vision Technologies Systems, Inc.
- Brigadier General (RSAF, Ret.) Voon Tse-Chow joined VT Systems as Executive Vice President in August 2005.
- General (Ret.) John G. Coburn (chairman)
- Michael Wynne
- Paul 'Page' Hoeper (Former Assistant Secretary of the United States Army)
- Tan Pheng Hock (CEO of ST Engineering)
- Harold Raveche (President of Stevens Institute of Technology)
- 26 May 2003: VT Halter Marine Inc., a subsidiary of Vision Technologies Systems Inc., is selected by the Puerto Rico Port Authority (PRPA) to design and build a $2.8-million sea-going passenger ferry.
- 1 December 2005: iDirect Technologies announced the completion of their acquisition by Vision Technologies Electronics, Inc., a subsidiary of Vision Technologies Systems, Inc.
- VT Halter Marine Inc. - shipbuilding
- VT MAK - Simulation Software
- VT LeeBoy - Road equipment
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