Centauri acquires two Ohio companies
Chantilly firm is building its capabilities in the Dayton area.
Chantilly-based Centauri has acquired two companies in Dayton, Ohio.
Centauri, which describes itself as a provider of high-end space, intelligence, directed energy and cyber solutions, did not disclose how much it paid for Design Knowledge Co. (TDKC) and PreTalen Ltd.
TDKC’s business involves microelectronics trust and assurance, space domain awareness and advanced visualization for enhanced situational awareness.
PreTalen’s core competencies are in cyber warfare, navigational warfare as well as positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) techniques and technologies.
In addition to the acquisitions, Centauri is building additional research and development labs and secure facilities in the Dayton area.
Greg Gerten, CEO of PreTalen, and Dan Schiavone and Eric Loomis, founders of TDKC, as well as their leadership teams, will become a part of Centauri’s operations in the Dayton region.
With the addition of TDKC and PreTalen, Centauri said it now has more than $475 million of annual revenues and 1,650 employees, approximately 20% of which support customers located in the Dayton market.