DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation (DAC) is proud to announce its Analytical Technologies Sector has been awarded with an $1.5M contract to develop the SEMantic Powered Event Reasoning (SEMPER) system by the Office of Naval Research (ONR), Contract Number N00014-16-C-1046. This system supports the warfighter by providing the ability to perform analytics and aids in decision making through the utilization of disparate, multi-modal data. This system will semantically tag and discover data via an intelligent, natural language query mechanism to provide the most relevant information in a timely manner while removing all of the noise contained within the massive data stores.
Our very own employee-owner, Asaad Hakeem, is one of the co-authors of "Large-Scale Visual Geo-Localization," a book exploring the bidirectional relationship between images and locations.
DAC is among one of the companies featured in this year’s Army Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Commercialization Brochure. The SBIR Program, along with the Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Program, was established by Congress to provide opportunities and encourage participation in government sponsored research and development. There are currently eleven Federal agencies participating in the SBIR Program including the Department of Defense.
Today we announce that it has been recognized as both a Best Place to Work and a Top Workplace by the Washington Business Journal and The Washington Post respectively. This is DAC’s seventh time achieving the Best Place to Work honor from the Washington Business Journal and its third time being recognized as a Top Workplace by The Washington Post.
DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation (DAC) welcomed seven new summer interns to develop state-of-the art Big Data Analytics capabilities in text, imagery, video, and audio processing. DAC’s unique internship program provides the opportunity to participate as part of an integrated team through the full software development life-cycle, deploying software for real-time military, intelligence, and commercial applications.
DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation has been awarded a contract to provide Information Integration and Data Exploitation for the US Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command (USASMDC/ARSTRAT). Issued as Domain 2 of the Design, Development, Demonstration and Integration (D3I) multiple award indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ),
Dr. James Nolan is one of 28 experts answering the question of how companies can extract meaningful insights from incoming customer data and, in turn, process the findings to create action from those insights in the "Text Analytics" eBook
The Small Wars Journal published an article by DECISIVE ANALYTICS’ employee Elizabeth Royall entitled “Shifting Focus from U.S. Technological Dominance to U.S.-Allied Dominance.” The article served as the basis for Ms. Royall’s award winning presentation at the Mad Scientist Conference 2015 held at Georgetown University last April.