Bluescape has announced the recent award of a US Air Force Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I contract to advance technology innovations across global Air Force organizations, the company said.
The solution was selected for its proven record with government and intelligence commercial agencies in improving strategic planning and situational awareness activities.
The SBIR grant is a highly competitive program that encourages small companies to provide innovative solutions to increase the effectiveness of the Air Force. Bluescape participated in a SBIR program focused on multi-domain command and control (MDC2) operations.
Bluescape begins Phase I activities to establish the feasibility and technical value of its solution. The company will introduce Bluescape across global Air Force organizations to learn what their demanding challenges and requirements are.
Bluescape works closely with government agencies and the intelligence community to improve information sharing and collaboration. Its software solution is recognized for its stringent security features by several branches of the US military and other international defense organizations.
Bluescape, a visual collaboration platform, integrates with leading unified communications systems, messaging, content management, and collaboration applications. It operates on large format touch screen displays, laptops, desktops and mobile devices from any location and at any time. Bluescape is based in San Carlos, CA with offices throughout the US and Canada. The company was founded in 2012 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Haworth.