LADO Follow-On Contract Awarded

November 2018

Continuing Braxton’s long history of success on the GPS Launch & Early Orbit, Anomaly Resolution, and Disposal Operations (LADO) mission, Braxton has been awarded the LADO Sustainment Contract, an 8-year IDIQ Definite Quantity contract.  This award follows the LADO Bridge contract award from September 2017.


SMORS Subcontract Award to Braxton

August 2018

Braxton was awarded a subcontract to Northrop Grumman on the SMORS contract, providing sustaining engineering, system integration, software release support, and information assurance supporting NORAD/NORTHCOM’s and Missile Defense Agency’s (MDA’s) ground-based Missile Warning (MW) and Missile Defense (MD) sensors, with a secondary mission supporting Air Force Space Command’s Space Situational Awareness (SSA) mission. 


Phase I AFRL SBIR Award for Fleet Level Situational Awareness Toolkit

June 2018

Braxton has been awarded a Phase I AFRL SBIR contract to provide a Fleet Level Situational Awareness Toolkit, termed Advanced Control Equipment (ACE) Fleet Level Toolkit (AceFLT).  AceFLT will enable a hierarchy which can provide state of health (SOH) subsystem level situational awareness for any Blue Force asset monitored or controlled by EGS. 


Braxton Wins Phase I SBIR Award for Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) Research

September 2018

Braxton Technologies was one of eight companies to be awarded a Phase I SBIR for the Catalyst Accelerator program for Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT).  Braxton will go through a three-month, in-residence program at the Catalyst Campus to develop the marketing pitch and perform the market research for the FlashMAP™ technology proposed, culminating in a high-visibility “Demo Day” in December.  Additional articles related to Braxton’s participation in the PNT Accelerator can be found here:


Braxton and Enterprise Ground Services (EGS)

August 2018

Enterprise Ground Services (EGS) is an initiative of the Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) to standardize the operations of their Space Mission Enterprise within a modular open systems architecture.  EGS consists of infrastructure, services, and standards used by AFSPC Programs to evolve stove-piped ground components into a common Enterprise Ground enabled set of Satellite Operations Centers.

EGS is split between core capabilities that are shared throughout the Space Mission Enterprise and Mission Unique Solutions that use those core capabilities.  The core capabilities within EGS are predominantly managed by the NRL’s Government product, Neptune Ground Resource Manager (GRM). Neptune software is maintained by Braxton’s sister company, Space Ground System Solutions, Inc. (SGSS).  Mission unique capabilities include satellite telemetry, tracking & commanding (TT&C), mission planning, and flight dynamics. 

Braxton works with the Government and other partners to deliver the EGS Ground Support Equipment (GSE) and mission unique capabilities for all new satellite programs.  This includes  Front End Processors, Simulation, and Optimization.  Braxton is procuring, assembling, integrating, and delivering operational EGS infrastructure, leveraging our rich spacecraft ground system heritage and in-depth knowledge with both Neptune and COTS products.  This combined offering enables Braxton to accelerate delivery of enterprise class ground solutions at a fraction of the cost.


SpEC Proving a Great Success for Braxton

August 2018

The Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC) is a team of industry leaders, academic research institutions, and innovative early-stage and start-up companies working together to develop the next generation space technologies.  SpEC works with the Government to identify and prioritize challenges and utilizes OTAs to improve innovation and rapid technology delivery.


Braxton, a non-traditional business, has had great success leveraging SpEC, with several awards funded through this mechanism to support satellite missions. There are several future opportunities that Braxton expects through SpEC as well.

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Braxton Technologies Attends SmallSat 2018 with a New Booth Location in the Fieldhouse

August 2018

Braxton Technologies, LLC, frequently travels around the country to conferences and trade shows that specialize in the satellite domain.  One of the staples on our travel schedule is the SmallSat conference held at Utah State University in Logan, UT every year.  This conference, now in its 32nd year, has grown significantly every year, indicating the immense interest the space community has taken in small satellites in recent years.  When it first began, there was a small contingent of companies and universities in attendance, numbering in the hundreds.  In the past year, there was such an increase in the popularity of this event that a second, larger exhibit hall was opened up for additional booths to accommodate the thousands of conference participants. 


Braxton was proud to display our booth in the Fieldhouse and demonstrate our Enterprise Class Scheduling and Resource Optimization tool, called AceIRO, and our EGS Automated Operations and Common Simulation Environment (AceCP and AceSIM) products.  If you are interested in hearing more about our products and capabilities, please contact us here.


Shaun Stüger Joins Braxton as General Manager; Other Braxton Employees Move Up July 2018

July 2018

Braxton is pleased to announce that Shaun Stüger recently joined us as our new General Manager, Business Development and Services.  Shaun will be responsible for integrating business development, marketing, and service activities across the Braxton Science & Technology Group enterprise and promoting Braxton’s ability to deliver high quality expertise and capabilities across the space domain.


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