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San Diego, CA (December 16, 2019) – Trabus Technologies has won the AFCEA San Diego Chapter’s 2020 C4ISR Symposium Cover Contest. Our cover design and company logo will be featured on the cover of the 2020 C4ISR symposium program, the event’s website, and other promotional materials. The AFCEA San Diego 2020 C4ISR Symposium is scheduled for September 3rd and 4th, 2020 at the Handlery Hotel Conference Center. Visit https://sdsymposium.afceachapters.org/ for additional event details.

San Diego, CA (November 27, 2019) – The Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Pacific has awarded Trabus Technologies a two-year task order to conduct operations, system administration and overall training for the Navy’s Global Command and Control System – Maritime (GCCS-M) program. The new TRABUS GCCS-M Training Team will complete their first two training courses in San Diego in the following weeks.

San Diego, CA (October 18, 2020) – TRABUS recently received approval from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to develop a machine learning-based predictive model to resolve vessel traffic congestion and enhance vessel voyage planning along the navigation channels of the U.S. Inland Waterways and the Gulf Intercoastal Waterway. The data sources used to train artificial intelligence within these models includes a variety of historical and live environmental data, vessel traffic movement data, commercial vessel operating reports and geospatial data. This will be an upgrade to the analysis tool suite for the cloud-based River Information Services Enterprise (RISE) project being developed by TRABUS for the USACE.

San Diego, CA (August 14, 2019) – Inc. magazine recognized Trabus Technologies today as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States on their annual Inc. 5000 list. Now a five-time honoree, TRABUS ranked 3589 with revenue growth of 97 percent.

Every year, Inc. magazine generates a list of the 5,000 most successful privately held companies in the country based on their revenue growth over the course of three years. While other institutions may put out similar lists, this compilation is different because unlike lists that are based on a company’s net worth, the Inc. 5000 tracks the most noteworthy cases of consistent revenue growth and company development. This powerful metric gives credit where credit is due, recognizing the devoted entrepreneurs who roll-up their sleeves and work to build something sustainable.

About Trabus Technologies

TRABUS is a minority-owned, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) headquartered in San Diego, California.  Incorporated in 2010, TRABUS provides professional support services to the U.S. government and specializes in the development of technical solutions across three major portfolios:  Wireless Technologies, Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity.  TRABUS has been profitable since its inception, has no debt, and has made the “Inc. 5000” list five years in a row as one of the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held small companies in the United States. With just under 50 employees, the majority of the TRABUS workforce consists of scientists, engineers, military veterans and management professionals who support to the local defense industrial base and a growing number of technical innovations that could disrupt the wireless and information sharing ecosystems.

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San Diego, CA (May 23, 2019) – Trabus Technologies, along with four other local companies—EpiSys Science, Inc. (EpiSci), Fuse Integration, Inc., GET Engineering Corporation and Planck Aerosystems—participated in the San Diego Economic Development Corporation’s (EDC) DIV Grand Prize Pitch today.

The Defense Innovation Voucher (DIV) program is a comprehensive business initiative, designed to build resilience in small to medium-sized, San Diego-based defense companies. Fifteen diverse companies were chosen to participate in the 2018-19 DIV program, each receiving an initial $15,000 grant for their participation. Of the 15 participants, five finalists were chosen to compete for an additional $25,000 prize. Each of the five companies shared their San Diego story and plan for the prize if awarded. All five finalists did a superb job at representing San Diego’s diverse and innovative defense technology community. Congratulations to all participants, particularly Planck Aerosystems, who won the grand prize.

A special thank you to Booz Allen Hamilton, San Diego ERDC, and the San Diego Military Advisory Council (SDMAC) for the opportunity to participate in Propel San Diego’s DIV Program.