Numerica wins $1M MDA sensor resource management contract

Numerica has been awarded a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) contract from the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) worth approximately $1M to develop a complete sensor resource management (SRM) solution for infrared (IR) sensor assets.

Under this contract, Numerica will develop a complete SRM solution for IR assets. The SRM system being developed  will enable MDA to integrate airborne and spaced-based IR sensors with other Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS) sensor assets.

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Numerica wins Army missile defense contract

Numerica has recently won a contract with the Army to develop a next-generation tracking capability for integrated air and missile defense. The work will be performed under a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) contract worth over $700K including options.

Modern tracking systems must be able to identify and track multiple objects even in an electronic warfare environment where hostile jamming occurs. To meet this challenge, Numerica is developing next-generation tracking technology that is able to mitigate the presence of jamming. The new enhanced solution will provide warfighters with principled, real-time information so that they can make better decisions on the battlefield.

Numerica moves into new home in Fort Collins

Numerica has moved its headquarters to the newly built Harmony Technology Park at 5042 Technology Parkway, Fort Collins, CO.

The relocation stems from Numerica’s need for additional space to accommodate growth in demand for the firm’s services and products. Numerica occupies 18,820 square feet of the newly constructed tech center, an increase of close to 5,000 square feet from its previous headquarters. The new state-of-the-art facility includes a larger, more collaborative workspace and provides the capacity for further growth.

Numerica, which was recently recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in Northern Colorado by the Northern Colorado Business Report, quickly outgrew its previous headquarters in Loveland, CO, Numerica’s home since 2007. The move marks a return to Fort Collins, where Numerica was founded in 1996. As an emerging technology hub and continually recognized as one of the best places to live in the country, the new location in Fort Collins will help Numerica attract the nation’s top talent.

Numerica one of colorado’s “perk”-iest companies

Numerica Corporation has been recognized by ColoradoBiz Magazine as one of the 20 “perk”-iest companies in Colorado! Check out the link for the details and complete list.

Introducing Lumen

We’re very pleased and excited to announce the launch of Lumen!  Designed for law enforcement and intelligence professionals, Lumen offers the ability to rapidly search and analyze virtually any kind of electronic data:  RMS, CAD, LPR, Intel data, even file or email archives.  It includes integrated analytics and mapping and is accessible anywhere from a web browser.  For more information, please visit our Lumen home page.

Numerica interviewed at event showcasing Colorado’s UAS research capabilities

Numerica Program Director Ben Slocumb was recently interviewed at a Loveland robotics workshop focused on the potential for UAS technology. Check out the full article from InnovatioNews to see more about the event and hear what Ben had to say.

Numerica helping Navy collect intel more efficiently

Numerica Corporation was recently awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I contract by the Navy to optimize sensor data collection and processing.

The Navy uses signals intelligence (SIGINT) sensors onboard ships, aircraft and other intelligence-gathering platforms to detect, identify and locate targets of interest. Performing these intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) functions in an efficient and effective manner is necessary for Navy forces to achieve operational objectives.
In ISR missions, SIGINT receivers are used to scan radar frequency (RF) bands in search of signal emissions of interest from ground, surface and airborne platforms. With the rapid proliferation of RF technology, the RF spectrum has become increasingly more complex and congested, which burdens SIGINT receivers as they try to keep up with ever-growing surveillance and data processing requirements.

Numerica’s solution will maximize SIGINT receiver collection performance without requiring any modifications
to existing hardware. During Phase I, Numerica will develop an optimization algorithm that enables Navy mission planners to efficiently collect signals on high-priority emitters by tailoring the RF band receiver scan schedule for specific missions. SIGINT mission planners, who typically select individual scan schedules using manual methods, would benefit greatly from this automated optimization solution. Upon successful completion of the Phase I contract, Numerica would be eligible to apply for a two-year, $1 million Phase II award to demonstrate and test a software prototype for this capability.

“In the face of current budget challenges, the Navy is working diligently to optimize the performance of existing systems and to leverage current resources,” said Numerica President Jeff Poore. “Numerica is dedicated to supporting this endeavor by helping Navy SIGINT planners realize greater efficiencies, while still achieving mission success.”

Numerica featured as a “Where are they now?” success story

Check out the CSU 2012 Ventures Report highlighting Numerica as a “Where are they now?” success story.


Numerica on Northrop Grumman industry team that releases Version 2.0 of Army’s IBCS software

Numerica is part of the industry team led by Northrop Grumman Corporation, who has successfully released Version 2.0 of the U.S. Army’s Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) Battle Command System (IBCS) software. Check out the full news release from Northrop Grumman here:


Numerica President weighs-in on national study reporting economic advantages of working, living in Western United States. West is Best Reports: Headwaters Economics press release

Numerica president, Jeff Poore, was quoted in a recent economic report on the advantages of working and living in the western United States.

Excerpt from the article:

“Because of the nature of our work, Numerica could be located anywhere in the United States,” said Numerica President Jeff Poore. “But we choose to grow our business in Northern Colorado because of the quality of life it offers our employees.”

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