- Sensors and Sensing Systems Modeling, Design,
- Sensor Research and Application Design Life-cycle
- Sensor Systems Research to Operations Management
Instrument Design, Fielding, and Calibration/Validation
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INNOVIM supports the design, development, analysis, modeling, pre-flight and on-orbit calibration/validation (Cal/ Val), designing and performing research, operations, and transition to operations in physics, astronomy, astrophysics, and engineering. We specialize in advanced technologies using Technology Readiness Level (TRL) principles. We offer innovative science and engineering methods that mitigate risks and efficiently tailor our processes (including formalism of reviews, documentation, margins, integration and testing, etc.) and tools to support the collection, development, and analysis of scientific instrument/sensors data and lead Cal/ Val and observational testing of astronomy and/or physics instrumentation.
INNOVIM has supported NASA, NOAA, USGS and DoD in design, development, application and operation of active and passive sensor systems. These sensors are used in monitoring the Earth’s environment to enable a reliable assessment of the global impact of climate change, providing accurate weather forecast and geospatial imaging that have produced an extraordinary range of applications with increasing utility for humanity and intelligent decision making.
INNOVIM’s research support covers studies of the atmospheres of the Earth and other planets in the solar system as well as exoplanets. Our research efforts employ remote sensing observations, construction/test of mathematical models, and theoretical modeling (e.g., of dynamics and chemistry). Relying on our experience from the past analyses of polarimetry data, we develop appropriate procedures and techniques for the analysis of Research Scanning Polarimeter observations from