Gyrocam Systems will also provide spare parts and support services to the Army.
The sensors can be installed on most ground vehicles and contain communications equipment for tramsitting images and data.
Work under the $21,475,700 firm-fixed-price contract will occur in Sarasota, Fla. and Afghanistan.
The Pentagon expects work to finish by May 30, 2013 and the Army Contracting Command’s office in Fort Belvoir, Va., is the contracting activity.
Lockheed is also helping the Army develop a missile for intercepting rockets, mortars and artillery.