For more than 15 years, we have designed and implemented science-data instruments and mission-critical data systems encompassing the oceans, land, atmosphere, Sun, our solar system, and deep space. These systems allow us to gather environmental data and turn it into actionable information. INNOVIM Defense Services serves US government agencies including the Department of Defense (DoD), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
INNOVIM Defense Services’ scientists and engineers use science, engineering, and data management techniques to transform vast amounts of environmental and scientific data into powerful tools for decision making. With our roots in Earth observation satellite system applications, we have expanded our expertise into systems and software engineering, data analytics, and designing and managing mission-critical systems. From predicting weather patterns to delivering critical information affecting an upcoming military operation, our innovative solutions are forming the core of a future intelligence system that enables our customers to mitigate risk while operating in an agile, efficient manner to meet their missions.
By harnessing the power of science, information technology, and engineering, INNOVIM Defense Services is helping create a better future for Americans and the planet.
Empowered people enabling smart decisions through data analytics and exploration
Forging knowledge advancement through science, technology, and innovation
To build lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with our customers
INNOVIM Defense Services’ capabilities span the data lifecycle. Our scientists and engineers create and collect data through sensors located on Earth and in space, manage the infrastructure that supports large-scale data analysis, and transform the results into actionable information through data visualization techniques and decision-making systems.
INNOVIM Defense Services serves US government agencies including the Department of Defense (DoD), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).