Tuesday, May 25, 2010

New Advanced Core Consulting Office Trailblazing Defense Computer Technologies in North Charleston

Advanced Core Technologies announced today that it has opened a research office for developing new algorithmic technologies for the Department of Defense. Computer algorithmic technologies represent the building blocks for Artificial Intelligence, and have virtually unlimited applications for transportation technologies, highway safety and energy conservation and renewal, and US DoD applications like missile defense, weapons systems and military intelligence. The Company is a SPAWAR contractor, and its client list includes Team Robins-Georgia, NASA, Lockheed Martin, and other high end military and government entities.

Advanced Core recently completed Phase 1 of a Missile Defense Agency-Small Business Innovation Research grant of $100,000, which was matched by the South Carolina Research Authority's SC Launch! program as part of regional efforts in support of the Pentagon's SPAWAR complex in North Charleston.

"Phase 1 was successful, proving that the computer works," explains Dave Domingue, CEO for Advanced Core. "We're now entering Phase 2, a million endeavor which is delivery of the actual product from research. Phase 3 is providing actual commercial applications for the research."

More information on Advanced Core can be obtained by calling the above phone numbers, or going to the company's web site, www.advcoretech.com.

Advanced Core is located on the former naval base at the Lowcountry Innovation Center.

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