LinQuest Corporation provides a full spectrum of systems engineering and integration support to the United States Air Force (USAF) Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC)/Military Satellite Communication (MILSATCOM) Systems Directorate (MC). LinQuest personnel began supporting SMC/MC (then called the MILSATCOM Joint Program Office) in 1982 as part of LinCom Corporation. LinQuest is at the forefront of systems engineering with the use of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) methodologies.
LinQuest is the Industry leader in Model-Based Systems Engineering. LinQuest looks for continuous improvement and has provided training to our junior engineers and suggested advanced mythologies to our senior staff as well. As a more senior modeler, I look forward to using these new techniques and methods to make more robust models while at the same time making a more collaborative team environment. This will be especially true on ISP Draft for Milestone B formation and right side of "V" development.
— Senior Architecture Engineer
At LinQuest, I have had the opportunity to work with a variety of teams, across an interesting mix of subject domains using MBSE. The LinQuest approach to system modeling helps our customer utilize the technical baseline and drive out inconsistencies early in the design process. As someone that enjoys MBSE, LinQuest has provided me a great opportunity for career growth.
— Systems Engineer
MILSATCOM Enterprise Architecture - The MASIES Base Year CPAR stated: "The contractor drove enterprise-level attributes into the "satellite" and "terminal" elements into the MILSATCOM Enterprise Architecture (EA) to evolve the Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) capability in support of Enterprise Integration, and used MBSE to develop test (physical) configurations required to execute integration events...Using models to create these configurations ensures comprehensive top-down and bottom-up traceability to program and capability requirements analysis."