AVIATION & MISSILE TECHNOLOGY CONSORTIUM
Manufacturing & Enabling/Disruptive Technologies
AMTC identifies critical aviation and missile system challenges and develops prototype technologies to enhance warfighter lethality, survivability, and combat effectiveness.
AMTC is a team of industry leaders and innovative small companies collaborating to rapidly develop and mature guided missile and aviation technologies to enhance our national security
AMTC develops technology prototypes in response to the rapidly evolving and emerging aviation and guided weapons systems technology field
AMTC advances Army aviation and missile capabilities through a consortium that
supports research, development
AMTC minimizes barriers to entry for small, non-traditional businesses to work with the Government funded research and
AMTC enables rapid research, access to innovative commercial solutions for defense requirements, and innovations from
non-traditional industry partners.
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH GOVMATES, ATI OFFERS MEMBERS ACCESS TO THE
INNOVATION RESOURCE HUB, PROVIDING CRITICAL TOOLS YOU NEED TO THRIVE.
JOIN THE AVIATION & MISSILE TECHNOLOGY CONSORTIUM®
The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center (CCDC AvMC) has established an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA), the Aviation & Missile Technology Consortium® (AMTC), to engage industry and academia to develop and mature guided missile technologies to develop and transition US Army aviation and missile manufacturing technologies, and integrate advanced technologies, techniques and processes into future effective weapon systems in support of US Army and DOD weapon systems. Join AMTC to access business and research opportunities focused on advancing aviation and guided weapons system research projects.
WHO CAN JOIN
Companies that are part of the US Defense Industrial base as well as new and emerging non-traditional defense contractors are encouraged to join AMTC and participate in Federally-funded R&D projects.
- Traditional Contactors
- Non-traditionals (Companies that don’t typically participate in Federal R&D)