ISL News 2005

 

Information Systems Laboratories Develops Enhanced Collision Avoidance System (ECAS) for the U.S. Navy

November 2, 2005
(San Diego) – Information Systems Laboratories has announced that it has been awarded a Phase 2 Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) contract to develop and test Electric Field (E-field) sensors and signal processing algorithms for the purpose of reducing the risk of collision when a submarine is proceeding to periscope depth. ISL has shown that E-field signals are quite visible in acoustically blind zones, such as littoral, high traffic ambient noise, and multiple thermal layer environments, and would help prevent collisions.

Information Systems Laboratories Prepares Feasibility Study for the Renovation of the U.S. Army Kwajalein Atoll

October 18, 2005
(San Diego ) – Information Systems Laboratories is pleased to announce the completion, in conjunction with Plexus Scientific Corporation, of the feasibility study and business case analysis for renovating and/or modernizing facilities on the U.S. Army Installation on Kwajalein Atoll (USAKA).

“One of the Most Robust Firms in San Diego” According to the San Diego Business Journal

October 5, 2005
(San Diego) – is pleased to announce that they have again made the San Diego Business Journal’s annual list of the 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in San Diego—in position #60. ISL also ranked #38, within the top 100, for revenue growth.

Information Systems Laboratories Named One of San Diego’s Fastest Growing Technology Companies in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 Program

September 27, 2005
(San Diego ) – Information Systems Laboratories has been named to Deloitte’s prestigious Technology Fast 50 Program for San Diego, a ranking of the 50 fastest growing technology companies in the area by Deloitte & Touche LLP, one of the nation’s leading professional services firms. Rankings are based on the percentage revenue growth over five years from 2000-2004.

Wall Street Transcript: CEO Interview

August 30, 2005
(San Diego ) – R. MICHAEL DOWE, JR. is President and a Director of Information Systems Laboratories, Inc., San Diego, California, where he is Chief Executive Officer. Dr. Dowe has had over 30 years of senior technical management experience in both industry and government. In October 1995, Dr. Dowe founded Pi Cubed, Inc., a California-based systems development corporation, which was subsequently acquired by ISL. Prior to this, from 1982 to 1995 as Executive Vice President of Titan Systems, Inc., he initiated and managed the growth of the Applied Technology Division (the initial research entity of the corporation) from one person to several hundred.

ISL Develops Radar Signal Processing Algorithm for DARPA

August 24, 2005
(San Diego) – announced that their Surveillance and Communications Research Division (SCRD) and Signal Processing Systems (SPS) Division have been tasked by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to implement and demonstrate a real-time advanced radar signal processing algorithm developed at SCRD. The tasking is part of ISL’s ongoing involvement in DARPA’s Knowledge Aided Sensor Signal Processing and Expert Reasoning (KASSPER) program.

Information Systems Laboratories Develops Fast Time Analysis System for the Royal Netherlands Navy

January 27, 2005
(San Diego) – Information Systems Laboratories (ISL), a provider of innovative science and engineering solutions to critical defense, intelligence, and commercial challenges, is pleased to announce that the latest generation Fast Time Analysis System (FTAS) was recently delivered to the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNN).

Information Systems Laboratories Team to Develop and Supply Tactical Electric Field Buoys for the Navy

January 11, 2005
(San Diego) – Information Systems Laboratories (ISL), a provider of innovative science and engineering solutions to critical defense, intelligence, and commercial challenges, has announced that they have been awarded a contract to develop and supply tactical air deployable buoys for the Navy. These buoys are to be deployed from Antisubmarine Warfare (ASW) maritime patrol aircraft.