FORT COLLINS, Colo. (March 24, 2021) — With a shared vision related to United States dominance in space, a strong national defense and unwavering support for the men and women in the United States Space Force, Numerica Corporation has joined the Space Force Association (SFA) as an official corporate member to help advance the Space Superiority mission.
“Space systems are critical to our nation’s economy and strength,” Todd Brost said, director, special programs at Numerica. “We are proud to be a part of the Space Force Association’s advocacy to ensure the U.S. always has access to those capabilities.”
Numerica’s Space Domain Awareness team (SDA) is committed to the detection, tracking, identification and characterization of all Earth-orbiting objects and the prediction of events, threats and activities in space. As a new partner of SFA, Numerica will help synchronize military, industry, academic and civil efforts to ensure appropriate use of critical resources to support the United States Space Force’s Space Superiority mission.
“Space situational awareness is one of the key missions of the Space Force. Numerica provides some of the best technology to gain and maintain situational awareness for the space domain. This capability enhances the space warfighters’ ability to achieve mission success. We are grateful to have an innovative company like Numerica on the SFA team,” Bill Woolf said, president and founder of SFA.
For more information about Numerica and their SDA initiatives, visit www.numerica.us/sda.
About Space Force Association: The Space Force Association is the premier professional military and space education association in the nation dedicated to United States dominance in space, a strong national defense and support for the men and women of the United States Space Force. By providing research, analysis and expertise, the SFA informs U.S. space operations in regard to policy, strategy and operations. For more information, visit ussfa.org.
About Numerica: Founded in 1996, Numerica focuses on creating innovative solutions to the most pressing technical challenges faced by customers in the areas of air and missile defense and space domain awareness. Headquartered in Fort Collins, and with a satellite office in Colorado Springs, Numerica’s rapidly growing team of talented research scientists and engineers tackle data science problems by developing advanced algorithms to power mission-critical national security software. The SDA mission involves the detection, tracking, identification and characterization of all Earth-orbiting objects and the prediction of events, threats, and activities in space. Numerica’s state-of-the-art technologies have been deployed around the world to integrate networks, fuse data, precisely track targets, and quantify uncertainty. Learn more at www.numerica.us.