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We are extremely proud to be the first company to Range Safety Space Qualify Li-Ion Polymer battery technology and fly it successfully in the Aerospace industry. The Li-Ion Polymer Intelli-Pack® battery will save significant space and weight thus enabling more capability for the payload to enhance MDA’s BMDS mission,
SIL VBITS technology historic transition today on Atlas V Worldview launch at Vandenberg AFB today from Radar after fifty years to GPS tracking on all Atlas and Delta rockets from Eastern and Western Ranges.
SIL was awarded a contract by Lockheed Martin, Huntsville to provide Li-Ion Polymer Intelli-Pack Battery technology for MDA reentry vehicle shipsets.
SIL's Li-Ion Polymer Intelli-Pack® Battery game changing technology was Space Qualified and flew successfully on a Lockheed Martin eMRBM missile supporting MDA mission FTO-01 on September 10, 2013.
SIL was awarded a contract by Lockheed Martin, Huntsville to provide Li-Ion Polymer Intelli-Pack® Battery technology for the Department of Defense’s Missile Defense Agency eMRBM missile.
Space Information Laboratories was awarded a contract to develop Li-Ion battery technology for International Space Station by the NASA Johnson Space Center.
SIL won one of six awarded contracts for the DARPA Airborne Launch Assist Space Access (ALASA) program, which is designed to produce a rocket capable of launching a 100-pound satellite into low Earth orbit for less than $1 million.
SIL was awarded a DARPA ALASA (Airborne Launch Assist Space Access) enabling technology contract on March 18, 2012 to develop GPS Metric Tracking, Autonomous Flight Termination System (AFTS) and Space Based Range to reduce range launch cost.