Whether it's developing and deploying sophisticated IT infrastructure, implementing IT systems, or developing a complex weapon system, success depends on following a structured systems engineering approach.As systems become increasingly more complex and more critical to the delivery of an organization’s mission, any delays,cost overruns, unforeseen challenges, missed deadlines or shortfall in capability can have a catastrophic result.
ISA can support the full systems engineering life cycle and can provide resources with experience in each systems engineering discipline and, more importantly, how it applies to a specific type of system and technology.
ISA was responsible for the development,implementation, training and support of a complex system for evaluating hazardous substances, using GIS mapping data and sophisticated analytics, deployed throughout the Department of Defense. ASHS was designed as a tool to help explosives safety analysts comply with regulations governing stored explosives and separation distances to other facilities. ASHS was the Air Force standard system for explosives safety site planning from 2001 until 2015.
ISA developed the Navy's Battlegroup Deployment Process Model, and the Naval Tactical Data Systems (Link 11) Communications Network Model, used to meet schedule requirements, coordination of equipment, applications, site preparation, and coordination of personnel resources.
ISA developed, supports and maintains a financial and budget system used by the Navy to track and report on over $1B in funding annually.
In support of the US Navy include: SQQ-89 ASW integrated display system for submarines, UYQ-21 Data Display System, Advanced Lightweight Torpedo for NOSC, Tomahawk Missile for NAVAIR, LAMPS III STDS, and Mine Warfare.