Projects

I2T has applied its extensive knowledge in system engineering and integration and power optimization into various projects over the past decade. Here are several examples of our best work.


I2T redesigned the launcher power sub-system while addressing reliability, maintainability, and fuel use issues.

We prototyped, integrated and demonstrated a smart hybrid power sub-system that improved silent run time, reduced fuel use by half, and reduced mean time between failure by two thirds.

Allows THAAD Launcher to far exceed system requirements.
I2T designed a hybrid power system from the ground up for a rocket launch platform.

The smart power system monitors system health. It only charges batteries when required. The system starts automatically as power thresholds are met and can hibernate for long periods of time awaiting launch orders.

The system leverages cutting-edge power storage, rapid recharge, and innovative thermal management functions to achieve unique and valuable performance.
I2T designed a hybrid power system from the ground up for an elevated sensor system. This system complements the current 1kW, 3kW, and 5kW generators.

The smart power system meets stringent environmental field standards, soldier carry restraints, and modularity requirements. Also, our system is the foundation for the Army’s hybrid power architecture, allowing for standardized configurations for any number of small power system customers.

The GBOSS system is currently being tested as part of its transition to a Program of Record and will be fielded in short order.
Leveraging the Army's hybrid power architecture, we designed and integrated a hybrid power sub-system for an elevated security and surveillance system.

The smart power system meets stringent environmental field standards, soldier carry restraints, and modularity requirements. The scalable, modular, and configurable system is rapidly deployable and lightweight. Since our power sub-system uses the Army’s hybrid power architecture, it also provides standardized configurations and easy to support logistical needs.

The TSS system is scheduled for testing in late 2019 with fielding to follow.
Utilizing I2T’s limited manufacturing capability, I2T is building 20 hybrid power sub-systems for the US Air Force.

Utilizing the DoD standard data packages and working with local partner fabricators and integrated circuit manufacturers, I2T is providing complete small scale production of the Ground-Based Operational Surveillance System (Expeditionary) (G-BOSS(E)) power subsystem to include test documents, quality control certification, and training, installation and maintenance manuals.
I2T's team is highly experienced with the Entry Control Point (ECP) system in Afghanistan. Numerous team members worked together designing, integrating, testing, and filing the system.

The remotely-operated ECP System integrated fixed cameras, pan tilt zoom cameras, metal detectors, automatic turnstiles, automatic barriers, and remote bomb detectors providing soldier standoff, remote detection, and graduated escalation processes.

The system is controlled by innovative command and control software that integrates with a higher level base defense systems and software.
I2T's team is highly experienced with base perimeter protection systems in Iraq and Afghanistan. Numerous team members worked together designing, integrating, testing, and filing the systems.

The remotely-operated, monitored system integrated fixed cameras, pan tilt zoom cameras, ground radars, seismic detection systems, thermal imagers, providing soldiers with standoff, early detection, and graduated response opportunities processes.

The system is controlled by innovative command and control software that integrates with a higher level base defense systems and software.