News Archive 2013

IS4S Wins Department of Homeland Security Contract

Huntsville, AL

Integrated Solutions for Systems (IS4S) announced today that it has been awarded a $1,000,000 contract by the United States Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate. The award will enable development of a full scale prototype of an innovative Non-Freezing Portable Wash Tunnel. The tunnel will be capable of rapid deployment and fully autonomous decontamination of vehicles up to 70 ft in length. The commercialization of this product will enable rapid response with reduced cost and increased efficiency. 


IS4S Wins Department of Homeland Security Contract

Huntsville, AL

Integrated Solutions for Systems (IS4S) announced today that it has been awarded a $100,000 contract by the United States Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate. The award is in response to a recent proposal titled Intelligent In-Line Power Disconnect System. The scope includes trade studies and design concept development for an innovative power cable disconnect system. 


IS4S Awarded Contract for Advanced GPS Positioning System 
Auburn, AL

Integrated Solutions for Systems (IS4S), Inc. announced today that it has been awarded a $500k contract from the Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) for the development of a GPS based positioning system for geophysical surveys in heavy foliage environments. IS4S, in partnership with Auburn University and the Army Corp of Engineers Huntsville Center, will develop a software defined GPS receiver that makes use of vector delay/frequency locked loops (VDFLL) to improve tracking performance in weak signal environments. The receiver will also incorporate an inertial measurement units (IMU) and a chip scale atomic clock (CSAC) in a deeply integrated (DI) architecture. 


IS4S Awarded Phase I SBIR for Convoy Driver Assistance System 
Auburn, AL

Yuma Proving Ground (YPG) awarded IS4S a Phase I SBIR to develop a Convoy Driver Assistance System. Convoy drivers are expected to maintain precise vehicle-to-vehicle spacing during tests. Often, they do not have any speed or distance information. Some tests are in low to zero visibility environments. IS4S will develop a GPS-based convoy driver assistance system. The system will use GPS to precisely determine the relative spacing between vehicles. The system will be mounted in test vehicles and display spacing and speed information on a screen.