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AI Solutions to Assist Air Force with GPS Satellite Positioning Data and Analyzing GPS Anomalies
by Staff Writers
Lanham MD (SPX) Jul 06, 2011

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a.i. solutions is part of a team of companies awarded an Air Force contract to provide professional engineering and communications services in support of the U.S. Global Positioning Systems Operations Center in Colorado Springs.

The Air Force Space Command awarded the prime contract to Apogee Engineering LLC, with a.i. solutions as one of the sub-contractors. The overall value of the contract is $7.4 million.

Under the requirements of the contract, a.i. solutions will monitor and collect GPS satellite Precise Positioning Service and Standard Positioning Service telemetry data; conduct analysis of GPS anomalies; provide technical support to GPS users; and support the Global Positioning System Information System local area network.

"The Global Positioning System is vital to our nation's defense and to the everyday commercial and personal activities of U.S. citizens," said Bob Sperling, President and CEO of a.i. solutions.

"Our engineering team is excited to be playing an important role in supporting this satellite network."

Founded in 1996, a.i. solutions is a small-business provider of innovative mission-critical products and services that enable uninterrupted and reliable access to space. a.i. solutions' products and services span flight dynamics, space operations, satellite ground systems, information assurance, missile systems, and launch vehicle engineering in support of the nation's space and defense agencies.




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