Solving Technology &

Engineering Challenges

Supporting Aerospace, Defense, Energy,
& Emerging Technology Markets

Solving Technology &

Engineering Challenges

Supporting Aerospace, Defense, Energy, & Emerging Technology Markets

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Resources for Technology Development & Commercialization

Innovative Space Technologies, LLC provides subject matter experts that focus on bringing tomorrow's solutions to today's challenges by providing resources for technology development and commercialization.

Their technologists are recognized as leaders in solving the hardest technology and engineering challenges within their respective fields. They serve industries like aerospace, defense, energy, and emerging technology markets, providing technology development and commercialization resources.

What We Do


  • Applied Research and Development: Highly applied research and development into new technology and market gaps
  • Subject Matter Expert Professional Services: Vast network of SME's to embed into government and commercial projects, with quick turn availability.
  • Technology Commercialization: Transition both basic and applied R&D efforts to mature technology offerings for commercial adoption.

Space Research

  • Developments in new alloy materials to improve weight reduction while providing improved space radiation shielding
  • Modeling & simulation used to reduce research risk in galatic cosmic radiation and magnetospheric environments.
  • University resources with demonstrated performance utilized as collaboration partners.
  • Advances in Adaptive control theory with novel fiber sensing systems (FOSS)
  • New Modeling &Simulation developments in electromagnetic cavities (payload fairing), lightning propagation (i.e., EMP), and Ionospheric modeling
  • Resources included NASA and DoD high-performance computing clusters
  • New graphite composites modeled as equivalent impedances (Nicholson, Weir, Ross Techniques)
  • Magnetic characterization of materials to determine and reduce the size of satellite architecture

Program Risk Management

  • Adaptation and implementation of NASA risk model
  • Risk oriented decision making based on modeling and simulation, past performance, and new experimental text results
  • Information and risk prioritized to meet mission requirements
  • Plan for success path in proactive, informed posture as opposed to reactive

Modeling & Simulation

  • Develop an understanding of space system in-ground, launch, and mission environments with validated techniques and incremental complexity
  • First-principles implemented with requisite geometry, meshing, governing equations, boundary conditions, execution, and post-processing
  • New algorithms and methods grounded in a scaled experimental scenario (e.g., laboratory, field, and flight opportunities)
  • Machine learning modeling process with (1) feature extraction, (2) feature selection, (3) model development (i.e., choosing particular classification algorithms), and (4) performance evaluation
  • New virtual reality integration for an immersive experience in modeling and simulation environment