On November 14, Engility joined the 2018 GeoPlunge tournament at the St. Louis Cortex. More than 60 fourth graders from three St. Louis public elementary schools competed for top spots in the second annual GeoPlunge tournament.
Air, ground, and navy vehicle systems with current capabilities (e.g., stealth) operate without opposition, and GPS and other C4I systems provide reliable and accurate positioning, navigation, and timing data without contention.
If a computer can be trained to pick out the desired nuances from any general satellite image, the information can then be applied to a wide array of geospatial areas of interest such as building proximity, population, size, and purpose.
The current Modernizing Government Technology Act of 2017 legislation is unique in that it could simultaneously affect government enterprise modernization, improve how our contribution to the federal budget is spent and protect our families from the threat of cyberterrorists.
Recent hacks like Wannacry leverage the vulnerabilities of legacy systems and poor personal cybersecurity practices. Engility’s Cyber ENnovation Center lead Floyd McKinney discusses how some of his customers enhance their defenses.
While many people consider basic operation and reliability of systems during modeling and simulation, there is a critical need to also model the behavior of operators using those systems in realistic scenarios.
C4ISR and cyber systems need to be fully vetted under stressful conditions that emulate actual threats and attack situations prior to acceptance. Engility M&S experts Dr. Ken Myers and Paul Vogel created a synthetic environment to evaluate technologies...
Engility employs college interns each summer, laying the ground work to recruit future employees. Kate Lutero, one of our 2017 interns, shares her thoughts on what she has encountered and some tips for success in an internship.
Data science and data analytic degrees are in high demand across industry and across Engility’s customer base, but there is a severe lack of qualified practitioners to draw from for critical positions.
Keith Maggio, a developer and virtual reality expert, talks about the elements that go into a great user interface, using examples from his work with the FAA’s Research & Development Human Factors Laboratory.