General Atomics on Monday said it has acquired Tiger Innovations, a small company focused on satellite systems and related support equipment.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Tiger Innovations, which is based in Arlington, Va., has capabilities in custom software, hardware and computer architecture design. The company has a range of government customers, including the Department of Defense, intelligence community and other agencies.

General Atomics said that Tiger Innovations complements its existing portfolio of expertise in satellites and related missions and payloads. The company said that Tiger Innovations advances include low-size, weight and power (SWaP) optimization for hardware and software.

“Acquiring Tiger Innovations strengthens our space systems capabilities,” Scott Forney, president of General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems Group (EMS), said in a statement. “Tiger Innovations has made significant advances in low-SWaP optimized satellite and space systems for a range of U.S. government customers. With this acquisition, we expand our footprint in Northern, Va., and now have a robust coast-to-coast space systems development infrastructure, increasing our ability to deliver comprehensive solutions of any scale on-orbit and on time.”

Tiger Innovations will be integrated into EMS.