General Atomics on Tuesday said it has acquired Neva Ridge Technologies, a small Colorado-based company that provides synthetic aperture radar (SAR) technology and services.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

General Atomics said that Neva Ridge will be integrated into its Electromagnetic Systems Group (EMS) and help the company better serve its defense and space customers.

General Atomics said that Neva Ridge’s patented technique to produce three-dimensional precise imagery using SAR data aligns with EMS’ focus on delivering advanced technologies for the defense and space markets.

“We look forward to bringing the Neva Ridge Technologies team on board to enhance our capabilities,” Scott Forney, president of General Atomics EMS, said in a statement. “Leveraging the team’s extensive expertise to deliver SAR technology innovations will allow us to advance our products, expand infrastructure, and provide enhanced solutions to our government and commercial customers.”