Systima Technologies, Inc. of Kirkland, Wash. provided flight critical pyrovalves for the United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket that successfully launched a NROL-52 mission from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Sunday October 15th. Systima’s pyrotechnic valves are part of the Centaur Upper Stage Reaction Control System (RCS). This marks … Read more
On Nov. 9th, Systima will be supporting The Economist A New Space Age! The inaugural global event on the future of human space exploration will gather chief executives, thinkers, policymakers and disruptive entrepreneurs from all over the world. Register with code SYSTIMA15 for 15% off: https://events.economist.com/events-conferences/americas/the-new-space-age/?fsrc=events|SYSTIMA15#ec-event-
Systima Technologies in collaboration with the University of Washington, was awarded a NASA STTR for the development of a Low-Cost Launch Propulsion Stage and Deployment Bus for Smallsats. http://www.geekwire.com/2017/nasa-sbir-sttr-fusion/
Systima was recognized by United Launch Alliance for the Small Business of Excellence Award for 2016.Excited to announce that we were 1 of 5 companies awarded a 2016 Small Business Excellence Award by United Launch Alliance (ULA)! We look forward to continuing to support ULA and their future launches.
Systima had a highly successful food drive this holiday season, donating 1,130 pounds of food to Northwest Harvest! The donated food was equivalent to 869 meals.
Systima Technologies has been awarded a contract in support of the Air Force Research Laboratory Hypersonic HiFire6 Program. Systima will design and develop the HiFire6 Payload Shroud Separation System for the vehicle. Using their extensive experience in developmental technology, Systima will complete the Design, Development, and Experimental Validation phases of … Read more
Systima Technologies has been awarded a formal subcontract from The Boeing Company, Defense, Space and Security for the development of various products on the ALASA program. ALASA, short for Airborne Launch Assist Space Access is funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). The program seeks to design a … Read more
In anticipation of future growth, Systima Technologies, Inc. has acquired the adjacent building to our Kirkland facility. The 50,000 sq. ft. building features 10,000 sq. ft. of Class 100,000 clean room space that will allow Systima to expand our development and production of spaceflight products. The addition of the second … Read more
Systima Technologies has been awarded a $4.9M contract with the Department of the Air Force in support of the GBU-X Program. The GBU-X program is a cross-directorate AFRL initiative that seeks to mature key technologies that could enhance current weapons or lead to a new family of weapons made up … Read more
Systima Technologies Inc., Kirkland, Washington, has been awarded a $12,500,000 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract for stand-off precision guided munitions (SOPGM) precision strike capability. Systima will provide support of the munition system carriage and release with products for employing SOPGMs and other precision strike packages. Services include installation, test, and operational support … Read more
Systima Technologies Inc. is honored to announce that it has been awarded the “Small Business Administration 2015 Region 10 Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year Award”. This award acknowledges small businesses that have provided the government with outstanding goods and services as prime contractors with Region 10 encompassing the … Read more
Systima, under contract to Lockheed Martin, designed, tested and built the Forward Bay Cover Thrusters, which successfully jettisoned the Forward Bay Cover on the recent NASA Orion EFT-1 flight test, December 5th 2014. The Thrusters retain the Forward Bay Cover throughout launch, orbital flight and re-entry. The Thrusters function after … Read more