FAIRMONT — West Virginia-based technology services firm TMC Technologies is getting the chance to expand its cybersecurity expertise and workforce thanks to a recent award to develop a Cyber Security Simulation Environment project for the NASA Independent Validation and Verification program in Fairmont. TMC Vice President Randy Hefner said the development and information assurance work[…]
The Simulation-To-Flight (STF-1) CubeSat, a miniaturized satellite built by the NASA’s Independent Verification & Validation (IV&V) Independent Test Capability (ITC) team, in partnership with TMC2 Technologies, West Virginia University, the WV Space Grant Consortium, and the WV High Tech Foundation, has successfully completed extensive testing at the Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) Environmental Testing facilities.[…]
TMC has been awarded a competitive NASA Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase I program contract for the research and development of innovative technologies, aimed at advancing Verification and Validation (V&V) and dynamic analysis of unmanned aerial systems flight software. TMC plans to create a Portable Virtual Aircraft Test System (PVATS) that focuses on the[…]
A team of software developers and engineers led by Fairmont-based TMC Technologies Inc. (TMC) has been quietly making a giant impact on the success of several NASA spacecraft missions, including West Virginia’s first Simulation to Flight-1, or STF-1 satellite. The team is called the NASA’s Independent Verification and Validation (NASA IV&V) Test Capability Team. What[…]
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in conjunction with the Finance Division/Procurement Section and Criminal Justice Information Services Division (CJIS), located in Clarksburg, WV, hosting a Vendor Day. The purpose of this Vendor Day was to allow companies to visit the CJIS Division and showcase their capabilities, as well as, provide an opportunity for businesses[…]
TMC Technologies is executing a Task Order under the FBI IT Supplies and Support Services (ITSSS) prime contract for the FBI Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division to develop the Electronic Departmental Order (eDO) System. TMC will design, develop, and implement an FBI e-commerce and public facing site and associated workflow applications to streamline the[…]
West Virginia’s top innovators took center stage at the TechConnectWV Spirit of Innovation Awards Banquet on November 16, 2015 in Charleston, resulting in the presentation of five awards honoring advances in spacecraft flight software, underground detection, stroke diagnostic technology, entrepreneurial assistance, and technology in the classroom. “The Spirit of Innovation program is an opportunity to[…]
Fairmont, WV. April 24, 2015 – TMC Technologies of West Virginia, Corp. has completed the acquisition of createTank, LLC’s Federal Division, which supports several key systems at the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division located in Clarksburg, WV.