TST’s BFT-ONE technology featured in the Washington Post
Published on July 18, 2011
On Sunday, Thermopylae Sciences + Technology (TST) was featured in a Washington Post article, which highlighted the State Department’s efforts to secure high-risk missions abroad through leveraging the TST-developed Blue Force Tracker-Operationally Networked Environment (BFT-ONE) software. BFT-ONE is built on TST’s proprietary iSpatial® technology.
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Thermopylae Sciences + Technology (TST) is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). We are the leading Google Enterprise Partner offering 100% Web-enabled Geospatial, Mobile, and Intel solutions for the Federal Government and Commercial Business. We specialize in developing leading-edge technologies for Federal and Department of Defense (DoD) customers, specifically in the areas of geospatial, cloud, and mobile development, and we offer a full suite of IT services. TST is a different type of company that is software and engineering driven and committed to utilizing the latest technologies to deliver cost-effective, critical path solutions. Our capabilities include geospatial solutions development and consulting, Cloud / Grid computing, Mobile software development, IT consulting, Google Earth Enterprise Architecture, Systems integration, Software development and C4ISR.
Thermopylae has developed industry leading products in the areas of Geospatial, Mobile and Intel. iSpatial is our Geo-visualization framework that let's organizations easily build web-based solutions to author, manage, share, and collaborate on geospatial information within their enterprise over the browser based Google Earth 3D plug-in or 2D Google Maps. Ubiquity is our Mobile application framework that allows organizations and their users to build mobile applications on the fly via a Web-based interface and then manage the functionality inside the app once it is distributed to users. Finally our iHarvest Intel service can model user activity on a system, then leverage those models to connect the users to other similar users, make recommendations on data that might interest them, or alert them of new data entering the system that matches their model.
Key customers include: U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), U.S. Department of State (DoS), U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM), and U.S. Army, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Intelligence (Army G2).
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