Who We Serve

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).

Department of Defense (DoD)

  • Design satellite control ground systems that give military personnel the ability to regulate and monitor military communication satellites.
  • Update, develop, and ensure the accuracy of operational procedures covering multiple activities throughout a satellite’s mission – from mission planning to trend analysis to anomaly resolution – based on changes to ground systems or the launch of new satellites.
  • Analyze system changes and coordinate with satellite operators to update key procedures, figures, and written descriptions in support of new software releases.
  • Assist with new architecture upgrades by maintaining existing baselines when legacy ones are replaced and/or outdated.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

  • Collect, preserve, and disseminate critical data that provides a foundation for researching and understanding our weather patterns and climate.
  • Provide project management, technical, and administrative support.
  • Facilitate cross-team communication and coordinate solution development to ensure organizational program goals and milestones are met.
  • Support the development of an enterprise ground system that processes, generates, and distributes weather and climate products to NOAA customers using data from polar-orbiting environmental satellites.
  • Modernize and enhance observation systems for the National Weather Service (NWS) radiosonde (weather balloon) and migrate operational sites to a Congressionally-mandated radio frequency band, improving the environmental intelligence capabilities of the NWS.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

  • Provide science-data products that generate relevant and timely environmental intelligence to the global climate community.
  • Design, build, and launch remote sensing instruments that gather data to enhance our comprehension of weather forecasts and long-term climate change.
  • Distribute terabytes of Earth science data to help scientific communities and government agencies at the national level make critical decisions about our future and better understand environmental changes.
  • Design and implement low-cost commodity hardware to process advanced science algorithms and store massive quantities of data.

Core Capabilities

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.