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Advanced Coordination Technologies LLC (AKA: ACT)
Profile last edited on: 2/10/2011      CAGE: 3CKK8      UEI: CGRAVGFKMM83

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PO Box 865132
Plano, TX 75086
   (469) 556-1427
Location: Single
Congr. District: 03
County: Collin

Public Profile

Advanced Coordination Technologies‚ LLC (ACT) is focused to the radical improvement of manufacturing automation, intelligent coordination of robotic devices, business process management, and information fusion.The firm's core technology is a system for authoring, storing, retrieving, simulating, configuring, enacting/automating, and evaluating formal processes (workflows). This technology is compatible either with systems using distributed, software agent architectures (peer-to-peer) or with systems using Enterprise Java Bean (EJB) container/server architectures (client-server). EJB applications are employed extensively within large, distributed business operations. ACT's process models are highly graphical and are based on a network formalism invented by Dr. Carl Petri in the 1960s. Authoring and enacting these models is intuitive. They can be stored as software objects and can be executed across computer networks via TCP/IP connections. They support both automated and manual execution of complex tasks, concurrently if needed. Automated tasks can be allocated to robotic devices or agents, both human and software.

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Less than .5M
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Most Recent SBIR Projects

Year Phase Agency Total Amount
2004 2 Army $842,900
Project Title: Dynamic Composable Simulations for Robotic Behaviors

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  Erik Mettala

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