News

San Diego, CA (March 20, 2020) – TRABUS will continue to support the Systems-of-Systems Engineering, Information Technology and Cybersecurity/Information Assurance Technical Authority Support Services contract for NAVWAR’s Office of the Chief Engineer. This will be follow-on work to the Booz Allen Hamilton team’s current work for NAVWAR 5.0, which will now extend to March 2025.

San Diego, CA (February 24, 2020) – Trabus Technologies has partnered with the University of California San Diego’s (UCSD) Rady School of Management to provide their MBA students with real-world business cases for their Lab to Market capstone projects. This effort will put the students’ knowledge to work as they learn about TRABUS’s RISE and SEPP technologies and provide recommendations on how to bring those technologies to the marketplace. The students involved are a combination of full-time students and working professionals participating in the school’s Flex programs. They bring deep experience in a wide variety of industries and functions to each project and have demonstrated the same passion for innovation as we have. This kind of teamwork and collaboration is essential for innovation and we look forward to working with them over the next few months. This endeavor is part of our continuous effort to partner with San Diego-based groups and institutions to help expand our presence in the community.

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.