Customer issues require unique responses tailored to their specific organizational structure, IT resources, mission, and overall operational parameters. Below are just some of TST’s success stories, summarizing our approach and solutions to our customers’ requirements.
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Customer: U.S. Department of State, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Situation: The Secretary of State needed a mapping mechanism to show her travels, efforts in diplomacy, and otherwise expose the public to information regarding her trips so people would know what she was accomplishing. The implementation was necessary immediately before her rapidly approaching first scheduled trip.
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U.S. Army – Southern Command (SOUTHCOM)
Immediately following the earthquake in Haiti, SOUTHCOM realized it needed a capability that would allow users to contribute, author, and collaborate on information related to the relief efforts.
Customer: U.S. Navy – Commander Naval Installation Command (CNIC)
Situation: CNIC is part of an overall effort put forth by the U.S. Navy to develop a framework to align, organize and integrate the information to meet the wide variety of challenges that lie ahead.
Customer: Social Security Administration (SSA)
Situation: SSA is comprised of many departments and sub-agencies, each with different data sets and all with geographically-tagged information. A geospatial architecture evaluation and survey was required to identify needs and solutions to manage the growing data and needs for visualization.
Customer: Army G2
Situation: Army G2 began a software development initiative aimed at extending access to cloud-based data and analytics to Warfighters at the Tactical Edge. Phase II of the Windshear program involved a requirement to develop a mobile-based framework that would serve as the link between the Warfighter and the tactical cloud and also serve up the capabilities required by the program.
Customer: Goodrich ISR
Situation: Goodrich Corporation, a developer of sensor systems for aircraft and other platforms, had a requirement to develop a new system to visualize airborne SYERS data (U2 aircraft) alongside other sensor information and data intelligence feeds. The data also had to be displayed in near real-time to be an effective tool for analysts to search and filter that data and to see where the U2 is at any time, and where it collected that sensor information.