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Monterey Technologies, Inc.’s ViPER Mission Planning Application Featured in Department of Defense Publication

Planning a safe navigation route for Navy ships involves poring over charts and maps for potential hazards, analyzing possible routes, double-checking information and cross-referencing against other digital and paper information sources.

Monterey Technologies, Inc.’s ViPER Mission Planning Application Featured in Department of Defense Publication2021-10-19T11:08:58+00:00

Wedgetail

MTI has served as an “above the line” contractor – a similar role to a SETA (Systems Engineering Technical Assistance) contractor in the US – for the Commonwealth of Australia (CoA) since 1999 on the AIR 5077 Wedgetail AEW&C (Airborne Early Warning & Control) program.

Wedgetail2021-12-15T15:57:03+00:00

EPS-CAPS

EPS provides space-enabled, secure communications capabilities to polar users in support of national objectives. CAPS provides telemetry and control, mission planning, and cryptographic planning for the EPS payload.

EPS-CAPS2021-12-15T15:47:31+00:00

MTI Corporate Capabilities Summary

Monterey Technologies, Inc. (MTI) is a Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB) specializing in Human Centered Analysis, User Interface Design, and User Experience (UX/UI) design. The company, incorporated in 1984, provides products and services to Government, Commercial, and International clients. MTI is headquartered in Park City, UT, with additional locations in San Diego, CA, Seattle, WA, Silicon Valley, NASA Ames, Colorado (Denver, Colorado Springs, and Boulder), and in Fairfax, VA. Our client base includes the Army, NASA, Air Force, Navy, FAA, as well as multiple Federal Government Prime Contractors, commercial, and international clients. We have a 34-year track record for providing high quality human engineering services to our clients.

MTI Corporate Capabilities Summary2021-07-29T13:29:39+00:00

ONR app can cut mission route planning from weeks to hours

Planning a safe navigation route for Navy ships involves poring over charts and maps for potential hazards, analyzing possible routes, double-checking information and cross-referencing against other digital and paper information sources.

ONR app can cut mission route planning from weeks to hours2020-04-27T14:10:07+00:00
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