Chesapeake Technology International Joins!

Chesapeake Technology Inc. is a Veteran Owned Small Business!

Chesapeake Technology International (CTI) Corporation is a high-tech software, system engineering, and operational support corporation dedicated to providing advanced, operator-focused technologies for military and other security applications to include: Electronic Warfare, Tactical & Unmanned Systems, C4ISR, and Training & Simulation capabilities.

They began operations in April 2000. CTI was founded to provide high-end engineering and systems development in a friendly environment that is product and customer focused. They hire top-notch engineers to work with operational personnel developing and delivering the best solutions for the war fighter or other security-related customer.

Headquartered in California, MD near Patuxent NAS with satellite offices in Camarillo, CA near Point Mugu NAS, Colorado, North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina, CTI is positioned to support a variety of DoD and agency customers. CTI believes strongly in satisfied employees, customers, and partners, striving to create a cooperate environment to maximize capability and efficiency.

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