The Right Solutions for the Hardest Problems
Forty Years on the Cutting Edge
The world brings problems; SciTec builds solutions. Our team is committed to delivering cutting-edge advanced sensor systems, data-processing algorithms, and testing equipment for defense, national security, and civil applications. As a certified small business, our core focus is getting innovative technologies tailored to our customers’ most pressing needs out of the laboratory and into the field. SciTec scientists, engineers, and developers bring world-class expertise and fresh thinking to solve the hardest problems in remote sensing. The same principles we adopted when we started in 1979 continue to guide us today: we commit to addressing ever-evolving challenges through continual innovation and adaptation with an empowered and dedicated workforce.
The SciTec Triad
SciTec combines all three elements of the system development process—system modeling, prototype development, and operational evolution—in a single company that’s agile and responsive to customer needs. Working closely with our customers, we combine these skills to deliver end-to-end system solutions that are on schedule, on budget, and on the forefront of current technology.
Full Spectrum Capability
We deliver expertise for every phase of sensor operations.
We never stop pushing the limits of what’s possible.
PRINCETON, N.J. — SciTec, Inc., a small non-traditional business, was awarded a Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC) Other Transaction Authority (OTA) prototype contract for $5M for U.S. Space System Command’s Future Operationally Resilient Ground Evolution Sensor Specific Processing (FORGE SSP) on 20 December 2021. FORGE SSP is a 9-month competitive effort to prototype a software architecture […]
April 7, 2021. The Space Development Agency (SDA) awarded SciTec a contract under their Mission-Specific Application Prototypes (MSAP) research Broad Agency Announcement. Under this effort SciTec and our partner, Expedition Technology, will develop and demonstrate robust mission data processing in support of SDA’s Battle Management Command, Control, and Communications (BMC3) objectives for the Tracking Layer. […]
Data is king when it comes to developing new machine learning algorithms. So earlier this month SciTec conducted a field test to collect infrared and visible data on representative drone swarms to support development of new algorithms for the counter-small unmanned aerial system (sUAS) mission. The threat of adversary or criminal use of sUAS […]