We look forward to continuing support for the military's Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) terrain modeling and simulation needs. With STOC II we will be able to expand our proven technologies to the Army which will help the war fighter operate better and safer.
Virginia Beach, Virginia (PRWEB) March 18, 2009
Loyola Enterprises announced today that it has been awarded both the full and open and small business set-aside Simulation, Training and Instrumentation Omnibus Contract II (STOC II) by the U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEOSTRI). These multiple-award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contracts have a cap of $17.5 billion over 10 years and have a 15% small business set-aside goal.
As a result of these awards, Loyola will be able to bid and team on a variety of task orders for the U.S. Army over the period of the contract to meet the U.S. Army's training and testing needs. The contracts can also be used by other DoD services, government agencies and state agencies.
Fundamental to all systems and simulations that use geospatial maps and terrain is the need for correlated geospatial and cultural features. Loyola has proven and extensive capabilities in developing and installing simulation terrain database hardware and providing terrain development services. Loyola also provides virtual 3-D modeling services using imagery feature extraction and terrestrial LIDAR. Loyola has developed high accuracy GPS reference networks for sub-centimeter positioning, custom web-based digital document and library systems and Geographic Information System net-centric and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) applications.
"We look forward to continuing support for the military's Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) terrain modeling and simulation needs. With STOC II we will be able to expand our proven technologies to the Army which will help the war fighter operate better and safer." said President of Loyola, Benito Loyola.
Loyola is a leading provider in supporting exercise and scenario databases and has developed, provisioned and staffs the Terrain Cell at US Joint Forces Command. They work with Presagis and Hewlett Packard business partners to develop turn-key terrain production systems that support CENTCOM, JFCOM and USSOCOM. Loyola also provides international support for simulation databases to DOD partnering counties through the PEOSTRI Foreign Military Sales program. Loyola meets customer needs from unclassified systems to those requiring the highest level of classification.
Loyola has been providing engineering support services to the Department of Defense and Industry since 1991. It is a privately held veteran and minority owned small disadvantaged business with 45 employees. The company operates out of three offices located in Virginia. Geospatial terrain development, net-centric and Service Oriented Application development facilities are located in Hampton, and precision survey and GPS equipment sales and training division are operated out of the Richmond office and the company's headquarters are in Virginia Beach. More information is available at http://www.loyola.com.
Benito Loyola, President
Loyola Enterprises, Inc.