May 22, 2013. Mercury Systems Inc. a provider of commercially developed open-sensor and big-data processing systems for critical commercial, defense, and intelligence applications, has announced the opening of its Intelligence Systems subsidiary’s new development center. This facility adds significant capabilities to Mercury Intelligence Systems’ capabilities for solving the big-data challenges of its intelligence-community customers.
“Our new development center represents a major step for Mercury and underscores our commitment to continuously expand the Big Data footprint of Mercury Intelligence Systems,” said Matthew Hughes, president of Mercury Intelligence Systems (MIS). “We are dedicated to driving best practices in all facets of Big Data processing to deliver the analytical capabilities that can help turn data into information and information into actionable intelligence.”
These additional big-data processing, predictive analytics, and multi-INT analysis capabilities will allow Mercury Intelligence Systems to stay ahead of the curve in supporting its Intelligence Community and Department of Defense (DoD) customers. A team of experienced scientists, engineers, and project managers will now have expanded resources to enable more efficient system design, innovative software development, and enhanced intelligence production in support of mission operations.
“This new facility represents the next logical step in enhancing the partnership between Mercury Intelligence Systems, the Intelligence Community and the DoD,” said Dr. Justin Christian, director of technology and innovation for MIS. “We are honored to be working on their behalf in support of the critical missions they are asked to take on.”