Aviture is completing a site license agreement with UCCS for use of Aviture’s Aspire-STEM™ educational product. Aspire-STEM™ supports the national goals and objectives of the Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) program which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education.
Aviture was awarded a contract to modernize the current Air Force Surveillance Intelligence Reconnaissance Information Systems (SIRIS), developing a next-gen system to utilize the latest visualization technologies and to align the architecture with existing and emerging Air Force and DISA (Defense Information Systems Agency) technology standards.
Aviture has been awarded a software consulting contract to support USSTRATCOM’s Critical Infrastructure Protection program. The program focuses on the identification, preparedness, responsiveness and protection of the nation’s critical infrastructure assets.
Aviture is pursuing funding to support R&D and incubator activities that foster growth and innovation within the local Omaha/Lincoln metropolitan areas in Aviture’s “Garage”. This incubation effort includes numerous strategic partnerships, community involvement, and funding from local investors.
Aviture has been awarded a follow contract effort to support USSTRATCOM’s Mission Planning and Analysis technical R&D Activities. This effort continues risk reduction activities of next-generation technologies and processes related to USSTRATCOM’s strategic deterrence mission planning systems.
Aviture has been added as key teammate to the Agile Cyber Technologies (ACT) contract managed by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). The contract will support rapid research, development, prototyping, demonstration, evaluation, and transition of cyber solutions for the Department of Defense (DoD).
With the award of the Distributed Common Ground Station (DCGS), Integrated Backbone (DIB) recompete, Aviture has been added as a key teammate to support further development and deployment of enterprise-level federated search solutions for the Department of Defense.
This July, Aviture hosted a Science Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) event at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. The week-long event utilized Aviture’s Aspire-STEM™ software solution that helps high school students approach computer science in a fun and exciting way.