Infinite Dimensions was awarded the prime contract for the Resilient Embedded GPS/Internal Navigation System Prototype Pilot (R-EGI). The R-EGI project serves as an exemplar not only for demonstrating the strategic change in avionics systems development using the Future Airborne Capability Environment (FACE) open systems architecture, but also as an acquisition process experiment employing a community-based "Plug Fest/Plug Test" approach to rapidly explore the design space surrounding navigation systems architecture. The goal is to inform the EGI Modernized (EGI-M) acquisition effort that will procure M-Code GPS capable navigation systems that can accommodate alternative sources of Precision Navigation and Timing (PNT). The R-EGI OTA activities were funded by the AF Life Cycle Management Center's (AFLCMC) Cyber Campaign Plan. AFLCMC and AF Research Lab are co-leading this effort planned for the next several years.
Infinite Dimensions started Phase II development and testing of the Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) Open Open Systems Acquisition (OSA) Multi-Releasable Intelligence Product (MRIP) experiment. The goal of the project is to automate the redaction and removal of artifacts from intelligence proucts and safely streamline information release to partner nations and organizations.
February 2nd, 2016
Infinite Dimensions' CEO/CTO was one of 15 social media experts chosen to attend the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's State of NASA event at NASA Langley and broadcast worldwide.
December 16th, 2015
Infinite Dimensions was awarded the Phase II contract to support field testing of the Distributed Common Ground/Surface System (DCGS) Open Open Systems Acquisition (OSA) Multi-Releasable Intelligence Product (MRIP) experiment. The goal of the project is to automate the redaction and removal of artifacts from intelligence proucts and safely streamline information release to partners. The MRIP system will be fielded on Intel x86-based cloud infrastructure and Oracle Solaris workstations and cloud infrastructure.
Infinite Dimensions was awarded a contract to support the development of the Open Architecture (OA) Distributed Common Ground/Surface System (DCGS) risk reduction prototype. The goal of the project is to understand how to eliminate various closed system aspects of DCGS and create a system based on open standards and application programming interfaces (APIs).
July 2nd, 2015
Infinite Dimensions CTO was invited to speak at the the Department of Defense Modeling and Simulation Coordination Office's technical exchange meeting (TEM) on cloud computing. The puspose of this TEM was to understand successful approaches to employing cloud computing to develop, configure, test, deploy, and execute complex models and simulations in different cloud computing environments
June 8th, 2015
Infinite Dimensions was awarded a contract to support the "Plug Test" phase of the first Air Force PlugFest Plus competition which is a centerpiece of the new "Bending the Cost Curve" initiative. The goal of the PlugFest Plus activity is to speed up technical innovation and the acquisition process.
May 19th, 2015
Infinite Dimensions participated on the team that won the mashup competition at the 2015 Defense Intelligence Information Enterprise (DI2E) Plugfest . The DI2E Plugfest is a unique event in the Depertment of Defense (DoD) enterprise that highlights innovation and interoperability in systems supporting the Intelligence Community (IC) and the DoD
Infinite Dimensions was awarded a contract to support the first Air Force PlugFest Plus competition which is a centerpiece of the new "Bending the Cost Curve" initiative. See the FedBizOps announcement here for more information.
Infinite Dimensions produced a TV pilot for the TG7 network serving the Andalusia region of Spain located in Granada, Spain. IDI worked with TG7 to record a pilot in New York for the new TV show "Este es tu Mundo" - in English, "This is your World". IDI managed and executed all phases of the project. See it on YouTube!
November 10th, 2014
IDI's CTO is chosen as the Technical Working Group lead for the 1st Air Force PlugFest Plus (PFP) sponsored by theAssociation for Enterprise Information. PFP seeks insight from members of the Commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) Information Technology (IT) marketplace to help evolve fundamentally improved acquisition processes for rapid evolutionary development of open standards-based information systems.
October 27th, 2014
IDI leads the Distributed Control Node (DCN) experiment for the Air Force Air Combat Command. The DCN experiment provided insight into how to employ cloud computing in command and control (C2) of air wings in denied environments
September 20th, 2014
IDI's CTO was one of 30 social media experts chosen worldwide to participate in the European Space Agency's Space Optics event held in conjunction with the International Conference on Space Optics (ICSO) in Tenerife, Spain. The program will include in-depth briefings from top ESA experts on Space Situational Awareness, the search for near-Earth objects, Europeís new asteroid-hunting automated telescopes, space debris mitigation and remediation, high-speed laser communications and future planetary mission instrument technology.
The event also includes hands-on observing at ESAís Optical Ground Station at the Teide Observatory.
Next Generation Real-Time Collaborative Systems
Based on 30 years of technology development and $2B in DoD funded research, Infinite Dimensions Integration, Inc. (IDI) develops complex, real-time systems. IDI has five specialties: 1) Fully and Semi-Autonomous Unmanned Systems; 2) Next-Generation Enterprise Architectures and Information Systems; 3) High Fidelity Modeling & Simulation Infrastructures and Systems; 4) Defense Systems & Sensors Integration; 5) Agile Systems Engineering. IDIís software system is the electomechanical equivalent of a nervous system.