Ingenicomm was recently featured in the June issue Virginia Business magazine.
The article covered the company’s continued work with NASA, the International Space Station, Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency and Canadian Space Agency.
“Targeting the international market is a natural for our company,” company President and CEO Amit Puri said in the interview. He start the business in 2010 after working at companies that worked with international and domestic space agencies.
“My first job out of college was as a ground-systems engineer at Avtec Systems, a small aerospace contractor located in Fairfax,” Puri said. “At the time, Avtec was a key supplier of data-processing equipment to NASA, and the job introduced me to the aerospace market.”
Ingenicomm ranked No. 8 on the 2016 Fantastic 50, an annual list of the fastest-growing small companies in Virginia. The company recorded a revenue growth rate of 692.5 percent from 2011 to 2014 and has 40 employees, about half of whom work in Chantilly and an office in Greenbelt, Md. The other employees are located in White Sands, N.M.
Ingenicomm supports a significant portion of the scientific and exploratory spacecraft operated by NASA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the United States Geological Survey (USGS). The company also works with a variety of domestic defense and intelligence programs. Ingenicomm developed equipment is used to support critical early warning and missile detection systems such as the Space-Based Space Surveillance and Space-Based Infrared system operated by the U.S. Air Force.
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