INNOVIM Updates – June 2021

While it is hard to believe that 2021 is nearly halfway behind us, it has been a busy and productive time for INNOVIM with several new and exciting awards.


We are honored to continue our work on NASA’s EOSDIS Evolution and Development (EED) contract as a subcontractor to Raytheon on EED-3. We have been supporting Goddard’s Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) since 2006 through its transition to the EED contract in 2012. This system provides end-to-end capabilities for managing the data collected by NASA from sources such as satellites, ground systems, aircraft, and other programs.
“Having supported the NASA Earth Observing System Data and Information System since INNOVIM was in its early years, we have a special connection with this program,” shares INNOVIM Chief Technology Officer, Shahin Samadi. “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to not only continue, but to expand upon our support of this system alongside our trusted prime, Raytheon.”


Alongside new teammate and partner, Timitron Corporation, INNOVIM is honored to be expanding our footprint to the Department of the Navy, Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific (NIWC PAC). This newly awarded IDIQ will provide services and support in the design, engineering, installation, configuration, and transition to operations for the C4ISR and information technology infrastructure of Navy, Joint, and National Command Centers and C4ISR/IT-intensive shore facilities.
“We are so proud to be a part of this team and to have the opportunity to broaden our reach into this new agency with the Department of the Navy,” shares INNOVIM COO, Marianna Murphy. “Our team has accomplished tremendous feats throughout this challenging year, and this award is a testament to the resilience, innovation, and dedication of our staff.”

SBIR Phase 2

INNOVIM has been awarded a Phase 2 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant to continue our development of Learn2, a new Machine Learning technique for accurately forecasting extreme precipitation from Landfalling Atmospheric Rivers. Despite working remotely during the COVID-19 health crisis, our SBIR team made tremendous progress on this tool, far exceeding phase 1 expectations. We are thrilled to get started on the second phase and expanding the application of this unique, cutting edge tool.