Vencore has secured a $1.5 million subcontract to oversee concept definition and strategic planning for a Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command project that seeks to implement advanced data analysis techniques.
The company said Monday it will collaborate with prime contractor AUSGAR Technologies in an effort to help SPAWAR adopt activity-based intelligence and object-based production methods.
“We are proud to support SPAWAR in operationalizing the highly sophisticated and accurate methods of ABI and OBP to collect and analyze data,” said Vencore President and CEO Mac Curtis.
Curtis, an inductee into Executive Mosaic‘s Wash100 for 2016, added the techniques can help SPAWAR increase speed and accuracy of integrating huge volumes of intelligence information.
A team of Vencore engineers works to develop multi-intelligence automated association, data fusion and anticipatory analysis platforms, the company noted.