NAVSYS Corporation Receives Innovation and Performance Award NAVSYS Press Release, March 25, 2010


Colorado Springs, CO – On March 17, 2010, Dr. Alison Brown, President and CEO of NAVSYS Corporation accepted an award from the U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce (USWCC) in Washington, DC. The USWCC Innovation and Performance Award was presented to NAVSYS for exhibiting outstanding innovation and performance on key contracts that significantly bolstered the firm’s ability to secure future opportunities. Under the leadership of Alison Brown, NAVSYS Corporation, which specializes in developing next generation Global Positioning System (GPS) technology, has won seventy-eight Small Business Innovative Research awards. A recent example of innovation achievement is the deployment of the NAVSYS Corporations’ GPS Jammer Location system (JLOC). GPS is critical to the U.S. national infrastructure. The JLOC system detects and provides situational awareness of threats to GPS operation, thereby helping to protect and preserve the vital U.S. national infrastructure.

Dr. Brown said, “It is very gratifying to receive this award in recognition of the outstanding work being done by the NAVSYS’ team to support our warfighters and improve homeland security.”

NAVSYS Corporation is a research and development small business, focusing on global navigation technologies. A woman-owned business located in Colorado Springs, the company specializes in global positioning systems, inertial navigation systems, and communication systems for both military and commercial applications.