Infinity Systems Engineering and the U.S. Air Force Academy have agreed to partner in furthering prototype concepts related to digital engineering and digital thread methodologies. Together they will develop digital-based solutions to meet emerging needs in both U.S. Air Force and U.S. Space Force weapon system design and to support force design initiatives. The USAFA Systems Engineering Program will provide a cadet engineering team to support prototype development through its capstone course and, in return, Infinity Systems Engineering will provide the cadets with hands-on digital engineering support and capstone project opportunities that spark innovation. “We are thrilled to partner with USAFA to further develop our mission solutions and look forward to a lasting relationship between Infinity and cadet engineering teams,” said Dan Jaworowski, President of Infinity Systems Engineering. The cadet capstone provides a structured opportunity for senior cadets to perform systems engineering processes towards real-world challenges facing the U.S. military services. “The USAFA Systems Engineering Program is delighted to partner with Infinity Systems Engineering. Infinity brings technical competence and mentorship capability to our cadets inside and outside the classroom,” said Lt Col Jeff Newcamp, Director of the USAFA Systems Engineering Program.
Infinity was awarded a subcontract with Lockheed Martin on their Geosynchronous (GEO) Non-Integrated Tactical Warning and Attack Assessment (ITWAA) Ops Migration to EGS (GNOME) contract. GNOME will integrate Mission Management and Telemetry, Tracking, and Commanding (TT&C) for the Space-Based Infrared System (SBIRS) GEO 5 or GEO 6 satellite onto the EGS framework, as well as serve as a command and control (C2) pathfinder for the follow-on Next Generation Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR) satellites.
As additional engagement with the Space Industry in New Mexico, Infinity has joined the NewSpace Alliance. The NewSpace Alliance is a voluntary group of U.S. stakeholders across industry, government, and academia, aligned to advocate, collaborate and communicate strategically to grow the Space Industry from New Mexico for the nation. Together we will grow the space industry from New Mexico to strengthen the Nation.
Infinity was awarded a subcontract with L3Harris for Cybersecurity and Intelligence support. New staff will be located in the National Capital Region (NCR).
The Founder’s Award is the highest recognition an individual can receive at Infinity Systems Engineering. This award is presented to the individual who exhibits Infinity's fundamental principles of high motivation, a focus on customer satisfaction, and a commitment to excellence through the core values of integrity, respect, and responsibility. Jeff Crum has not only earned this award, but he will be forever recognized on the Founder's Wall at Infinity Headquarters. We are proud to have you on our Infinity Systems Engineering team Jeff!
Infinity was awarded a subcontract with Lockheed Martin on their Space Based Infrared System Contractor Logistics Support (SBIRS) Product support Integration Contract Evolution (SPICE) contract. The SBIRS contributes to the missile defense system, contributing early warning, defense, awareness and technical intelligence to both the defense and intelligence communities. The SBIRS provides early missile warning for the U.S. military through infrared surveillance. It evolved from the Defense Support Program to meet requirements of defense and intelligence communities as part of the missile defense system. It also provides battlespace awareness and technical intelligence for both communities. SBIRS has powerful overhead sensors that provide vast amounts of data. At the SBIRS Mission Control Station, Overhead Persistent Infrared Battlespace Awareness Center at Buckley Space Force Base, Colorado, this data is being used for operational applications across areas like battlespace awareness, intelligence and 24/7 tactical alerts. Infinity staff conducts or participates in the research, design, development, and testing of COTS or custom computing hardware and/or other electrical components. We develop designs for the installation of components and assemblies into chassis, racks, cabinets, workstations, customer facilities, and/or shelters. Our engineers plan, direct, review and coordinate preparation of project documentation to ensure customer contract and company requirements are met.
Infinity was awarded a subcontract with Modern Technology Solutions, Inc (MTSI) on their Space Rapid Capabilities Office (RCO) Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) support program. Work will be performed in Albuquerque, NM.
Infinity was awarded a subcontract with United Launch Alliance (ULA). Our staff will provide technical expertise and development of space/ground communication systems, leveraging a proven track record for delivering timely and quality products supporting missions for DoD customers.
Infinity was awarded a subcontract with ASRC Federal System Solutions, LLC (Arctic Slope Technical Services) on their Space Digital Integrated Network (SDIN) Technical Refresh project supporting the Wing Information and Communications Support (WICS II) contract. This installation service will include all logistics support, travel, configuration, install and testing for complete tech refresh of the SDIN Network IAW prime contract requirements. This project is expected to take approximately 36 months to complete. Infinity engineers perform technical refresh installations and equipment replacements of Red SDIN, Black SDIN network equipment, and SDIN Optical network as authorized by the government customer.
Infinity was awarded a subcontract with Raytheon on their Future Operationally Resilient Ground Evolution Mission Data Processing Application Framework (FORGE MDPAF) program. FORGE MDPAF generates warnings, alerts and other information for combatants and eventually, civilian first responders and researchers. The ground station framework processes Overhead Persistent Infrared or OPIR satellite data from both the U.S. Space Force’s evolving Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) constellation and the future Next Gen OPIR constellation. It is also capable of processing data from other civil and environmental sensors.
Infinity was awarded a subcontract with L3Harris for Software Development Support. Our staff participate in Agile Planning activities, including Program Increment Reviews and Sprint Planning Reviews, and interact with customer stakeholders to define capabilities and provide demonstrations of capabilities to those stakeholders. We participate in Agile Execution activities, including daily SCRUM meetings, Sprint Retrospectives, and Sprint Demonstrations.
Infinity has successfully implemented a Quality Management System (QMS) in accordance with International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and its 9000 family of quality management systems standards. The ISO 9001:2015 certification is the most recently developed standard and reflects our continuous commitment to exceptional quality with each projects that we are involved with. This standard is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top management, the process approach and continual improvement. Using ISO 9001:2015 helps ensure that customers get consistent, good quality products and services, which in turn brings many business benefits.
Infinity wins Prime contract supporting Naval Satellite Operations Center's (NAVSOC) continuing requirement for Satellite Operations And Maintenance Services (SOMS) and will support its transition into the U.S. Space Force during the contract period.The NAVSOC Telemetry, Tracking & Commanding (TT&C) operations are conducted from two Satellite Operations Centers (SOCs) located within the continental United States (CONUS). The primary SOC is located at the NAVSOC Headquarters Facility (HQ) in Point Mugu, CA. An alternate SOC is located at NAVSOC Detachment Delta (Det D) at Schriever Space Force Base, Colorado Springs, CO. Both SOCs are supported by three remote Telemetry and Commanding (T&C) facilities; an unmanned T&C facility at Laguna Peak (LP) in Point Mugu, CA, NAVSOC Detachments Alfa (Det A) in Prospect Harbor, ME and Detachment Charlie (Det C) in Finegayan, Guam.
Infinity Systems Engineering has received the Extraordinary Employer Support Award by Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR). This award was created to recognize sustained employer support of National Guard and Reserve service. Only prior recipients of the Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award or the Pro Patria Award, who have demonstrated sustained support for three years after receiving one of those awards, are eligible for consideration at the committee level. Subsequent awards may be given in three-year increments from the initial award. Recognizing supportive employers is vital to ESGR’s mission. ESGR’s 54 State Committees actively promote awards as a key element in furthering employer support, while strengthening relationships between Service members and employers. These Department of Defense awards honor the sacrifices made by so many employers year after year. ESGR, a Department of Defense program, was established in 1972 to promote cooperation and understanding between Reserve Component Service members and their civilian employers and to assist in the resolution of conflicts arising from an employee's military commitment.
Infinity Systems Engineering has won a prime position on the General Services Administration‘s (GSA) multiple-award ASTRO indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (ID/IQ) contract. The contract has a potential value in the multi-billions with no defined ceiling value and a 10-year ordering period. The new contract is being administered through GSA’s Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM). It focuses on providing innovative, future technology, products, solutions, and capabilities to the Department of Defense across the all-domain battlespace. Infinity was selected for three pools: space, support, and training. The contract’s scope includes operations, maintenance, readiness, development, research and development, hardware, and systems integration of manned, unmanned, and optionally manned systems, robotics, and platforms, as well as the services that support those systems, robotics, and platforms within the intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance mission area.