DCS Corp. has merged its wholly-owned subsidiary Infoscitex into DCS effective Jan. 1.
DCS acquired Infoscitex in 2012, operating it as a subsidiary to maintain its brand equity and name recognition. The companies have worked together, combining expertise in aerospace and defense technologies.
“The completion of this merger represents an important milestone in our company’s journey,” said Jim Benbow, DCS CEO. “This is an exciting next step in the evolution of DCS, further integrating IST’s impressive array of technical capabilities to better serve our customers.”
The integrated DCS will continue to focus on program support areas such as human-machine interfaces, modeling and simulation frameworks, weapon systems effectiveness analysis, simulation-based research and development, human-autonomy systems, cognitive neuroscience, aerospace physiology, biodynamics research, intelligence production, operations research and analysis, human-centered AI development, and sensor modeling simulation and analysis.
“IST and DCS are fully integrated and now work under common processes and systems,” said Mike Gilkey, DCS executive vice president and Infoscitex sector manager. “We are especially strong here in Dayton, supporting DCS and IST legacy customers including eight Directorates of AFRL, AFLCMC, AFNWC, ACC, DARPA and Army DEVCOM/CCDC/AvMC.”