Integrated Solutions for Systems, Inc.

News Archive 2014

IS4S Wins DHS Portable Vehicle Wash Tunnel Commercialization Contract
Huntsville, AL

Integrated Solutions for Systems, Inc., Huntsville, Alabama, has been awarded a $200,000 contract for the commercialization of its recently developed Portable Vehicle Wash Tunnel system. The wash tunnel system is fully self-contained, transportable in a 16 ft. trailer and can be set up in 4 hours by 6 people. Housed in a rugged inflatable shelter, the wash tunnel’s autonomous gantry system is capable of decontaminating a variety of vehicles and equipment with no operator intervention. An award of the Department of Homeland Security’s Commercialization Readiness Pilot Program (CRPP), the contract enables IS4S to finalize and mature the wash tunnel system into a fully commercialized product line. As part of this effort, IS4S will spin off a wholly owned subsidiary, Integrated Decon Solutions (IDS) in January of 2015.

IS4S Wins DHS Contract to Develop a Status Indicator for Downed Power Lines
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 will enable development and testing of a fully functional prototype of an innovative status line indicator capable of detecting and reporting the location of downed power lines. The commercialization of this product will enable rapid power restoration as well as a warning system to civilians and first responders in the area of energized downed power lines.

IS4S Wins Follow-On Software Modification Contract for Vehicle Monitoring and Diagnostics
Huntsville, AL

Integrated Solutions for Systems (IS4S) announced today that it has been awarded a $271,000 follow on software development contract by Textron Systems Marine and Land Systems (M&LS). IS4S will modify its existing vehicle software for transfer of information between vehicle sub-systems on board Textron Systems Tactical Armored Patrol Vehicle (TAPV) currently under contract with the Canadian government. The software modifications will enable more efficient data dissemination and on board storage of diagnostic information. Textron Systems' Tactical Armored Patrol Vehicle (TAPV) is a 4x4 wheeled armored vehicle specifically engineered and designed to provide survivability, mobility and versatility across the asymmetric battlefield over the full spectrum of operations. The comprehensive, modern design is aimed at shielding troops from roadside bombs and blasts while providing large power reserves for future electronics enhancements, with an ergonomically designed interior for optimum comfort and payload. the vehicle has been tested extensively to confirm ballistic, blast, mobility and reliability levels that meet or exceed the Canadian TAPV requirements.

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

Yuma Proving Grounds (YPG) awarded IS4S a Phase II SBIR to develop and deliver a convoy driver assistance system. The GPS-based driver assistance system will clearly and concisely communicate accurate vehicle spacing information to drivers of a vehicle convoy. The GPS-based solution will perform in zero-visibility and in all-weather environments, as well as provide vehicle spacing information when line-of-sight is obscured by terrain or vehicle maneuvering. The system will be self-contained for easy deployment and operation on multiple vehicle systems, rugged to handle harsh testing environments, and simple to operate. This system will increase safety by alerting the drivers when they are closing in on other vehicles. The system will also improve test execution by enabling the drivers to precisely maintain vehicle-to-vehicle spacing, even in zero visibility conditions.