Braxton in the Media

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. 


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. 


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.


Braxton Science & Technology Group Acquires Ingenicomm, Inc. Aug 2017


August 2017

Braxton Science & Technology Group (BSTG), the parent company of Braxton Technologies LLC, has acquired Chantilly, VA-based Ingenicomm, Inc.   This purchase expands the capabilities of the BSTG portfolio to now include ground system electronics and engineering.  Ingenicomm is a leading provider of ground and range equipment and enterprise engineering services for civil, commercial, defense and intelligence aerospace programs, supporting missions operated by a majority of domestic and international space agencies.  Ingenicomm equipment is deployed on every continent, including Antarctica.

BSTG now consists of three wholly owned subsidiaries:  Braxton Technologies LLC, Space Ground System Solutions, Inc. (SGSS), and Ingenicomm, Inc.  To learn more about Ingenicomm, please visit their website at

To view the article published by the Gazette in Colorado Springs about BSTG’s acquisition of Ingenicomm, please visit


First Phase III SBIR awarded for NTS-3 GCS

June 2017

Braxton is excited to announce the award of our first Phase III SBIR to build an Enterprise Ground Services (EGS) Ground Control Segment for the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Navigation Technology Satellite 3 (NTS-3).  The NTS-3 ground control segment will support flight experiments demonstrating and maturing innovative and affordable satellite navigation ground-based command and control capabilities to ensure resilient positioning, navigation, and timing.


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APEX 2017 Award

November 2017

Braxton Technologies is proud to announce they have won one of the 17th annual APEX Awards, hosted by Colorado Technology Association, recognizing exceptional individuals, companies and accomplishments among Colorado’s technology community. Eleven award categories were recognized, including individual awards for outstanding CEOs, CIOs, educators, talent champions, entrepreneurs and advocates, along with companies for Project of the Year, Emerging Tech Company of the Year and Company of the Year.

Braxton was awarded Project of the Year for their work on US Air Force satellites control systems.

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Braxton Science & Technology Group Acquires Space Ground System Solutions, Inc.


March 2016

Braxton Science & Technology Group (BSTG), the parent company of Braxton Technologies, LLC, has purchased Melbourne, FL-based Space Ground System Solutions, Inc. (SGSS). "SGSS specializes in command and control software maintenance. They are a perfect fit for our portfolio,” Braxton’s Chief Operating Officer, Ken O’Neil, disclosed. SGSS provides engineering services to the Naval Research Laboratory for satellite pre-launch, launch and mission operations, and many other space industry capabilities. SGSS maintains and enhances command and control software currently used by the U.S. Navy ground systems around the world that support more than 20 on-orbit satellites. To learn more about SGSS, please visit their website at

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Space Symposium 2016 – Braxton Aligns with the Enterprise Ground Services Initiative

April 2016

Colorado Springs is the epicenter for the Air Force Space Mission and a natural fit for the Space Symposium.  Braxton maintains a strong marketing presence at the Space Symposium every year, occupying a prominent location in the Main Exhibit Hall at the Broadmoor. For 2016, Braxton’s focus was unveiling our alignment with the Enterprise Ground Services (EGS) initiative. 

But what exactly is EGS?  Air Force Space Command's (AFSPC) top boss, General John Hyten, has a vision of eliminating new ground systems going forward and laying the groundwork for a common architecture.  His concept is to create a set of standards that allow product companies like Braxton to easily integrate with this common system, creating efficiencies for the Government and the blue-suited space operators throughout the command.

Braxton has the capabilities to outfit an entire satellite operations center, and our message at the 2016 Symposium was to embrace the EGS vision. We had multiple stations within our booth, all with real capability to demonstrate, and all with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) presenting live demos to booth visitors, demonstrating our breadth and depth of knowledge.


STEC-14 Subcontract Award

October 2016

Braxton was awarded a subcontract to LinQuest to perform work on the STEC-14 contract, providing support for satellite operations and management, and integrating our Common Simulation Environment, utilizing our Advanced Control Equipment (ACE) Real-Time Simulator (AceSIM), with EGS to provide scenario training capabilities for Mission Operations Specialists.