For more than 10 years, LinQuest has been supporting the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) with the Integration and Test (I&T) of Advanced Military Satellite Communications (MILSATCOM) systems. This support includes I&T activities related to building, maintaining, and upgrading test terminals and payload simulators, resolving any anomalies that arise both in the development and deployment of the equipment, and automating the test environment in the development and upgrading of this equipment. ★ LinQuest has developed an innovative, automated test infrastructure that is being used on multiple programs to increase efficiencies in the test and integration phases of programs. As a result, regression testing on some programs has been reduced from weeks to days. The FAB-T System Engineering and Test IPT Lead, added, "...thank you for all the work on getting to a resolution of the ASMCS FQT test procedure's 'emergency rekey sequence 0' Test Discrepancy Report (TDR) that has now been resolved with your help. Your expertise has made it happen." Commenting on LinQuest's support, the customer stated, "Your team displayed unwavering dedication resulting in successful verification of the AEHF satellite."
One of the benefits I appreciate the most working for LinQuest and the Engineering Support team is that LinQuest has always been generous in investing in its employees' training and education. LinQuest understands employees need to continually upgrade their skills and education to stay relevant and competitive in today's fast-changing economy, and I'm grateful to work for a company that thinks that way.
— I&T Engineer
A BMC2 Service Management Tool
The Department of Defense's (DoD) ground evolution must leverage commercial space capabilities for processing and networking technologies to outpace our adversaries' threats development. As a result, LinQuest invested in the development of Lynx™, a service management tool designed to support systems engineering and integration efforts for real-time Battle Management, Command & Control (BMC2) between mission needs and resources.