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Mar 22, 2019

Etegent Technologies Ltd., Cincinnati, Ohio, has been awarded a $24,500,000 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for research and development. This contract provides for further development of cognitively-derived analyst tools to support the integration of more fully integrated intelligence products of greater relevance to the warfighter, and transitioning of analyst-aiding tools and technologies within the Department of Defense intelligence community. Read  More...

Feb 12, 2019

Rajith Weerasinghe has joined Etegent's ISR Group as a Research Engineer based in the Dayton office. Rajith is a recent graduate from the University of Michigan, where he studied Electrical Engineering, focusing on signal processing and machine learning ... Read More

Jan 31, 2019

The intelligence community is faced with an increasingly difficult challenge:  the amount of data far outstrips the number of analysts that exploit this data into actionable information. The era of deep convolutional neural networks has revolutionized data processing from a manual, feature based classification to an automatic, trainable architecture that can be used to solve a wide array of problems...Read More

Oct 15, 2018

Andy Niklas has joined Etegent’s ISR Group as a Research Scientist, based in the Cincinnati office. Andy has many years of experience in signal and image processing of remote sensing satellite system data, across a wide range of modalities and missions including persistent infrared (PIR), hyperspectral (HSI), electro-optical (EO), acoustic and radar. Andy received his PhD from Wright State University in Interdisciplinary Applied Science and Mathematics in 2018. He and his wife Maureen have recently moved to Cincinnati and simultaneously had their second child – a busy time for the Niklas family.

We are thrilled to have Andy on the team!


Sep 24, 2018

With the ever-growing number of imaging satellites in orbit the job of an analyst will change from eyes on pixels to analysis of information from imagery using automated image processing like object detection and change detection.

Sep 21, 2018

Etegent will develop an agile hardware platform to enable object detection at extremely high pixel per watt rates and is also capable of quickly incorporating new algorithmic approaches.

Sep 12, 2018
Etegent’s Richard Roth presented at the 2018 Turbine Engine Technology Symposium in Dayton, Ohio. In a presentation titled " Waveguide sensors for Improved Turbine Engine Performance and Readiness" he reviewed recent developments and prototype  demonstrations of Etegent waveguide vibration sensors for monitoring bearin health in extremely difficult to access applications. Other information presented included the application of Etegent's waveguide temperature sensing technology for measuring temperatures in excess of 3000 Degrees Faherheit in oxidizing environments.
Aug 18, 2018
As the Air Force pushes toward reliance on autonomous systems for navigation, situational awareness, threat analysis and target engagement there are several requisite technologies that must be developed. Key among these is the concept of ‘trust’ in the autonomous system to perform its task.
Aug 1, 2018

Shaun Stephens has joined Etegent’s ISR Group, based in the Dayton office. Shaun is a GIS and Data Specialist with extensive experience with cartographic and geospatial data management for government agencies, agricultural and land management applications. Shaun has a BA degree in Earth and Environmental Science from Wright State University and a Master’s Certificate in Geographical Information Systems from The Pennsylvania State University.

We are delighted to have Shaun join the team!

Mar 15, 2018

Etegent will transition NTellus technology to address the Air Force and warfighter needs for tools to improve intelligence analyst’s ability to fuse and analyze large, diversified data sets from a range of different sensors and sources.

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