Long time and extensively SBIR involved, Scientific Systems Company Inc. (SSCI) provides decision support, information exploitation, and collaborative autonomous systems with the aim of providing intelligence for unmanned ground, air and maritime vehicles to accomplish missions in difficult environments. With technologies developed by the company currently being used in the Tomahawk Cruise Missile Program as well as other U.S. Department of Defense systems, SSCI is focusing on portable software solutions and the integration of their technologies into commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) platforms. The firm is working to develop new functionalities for sensors and bring them to market. SSCI uses advanced signal processing and estimation tools to produce better quality data with existing sensor hardware. The firms advanced sensor processing technologies are the result of radar super-resolution and signal processing software for image formation, change detection and video segmentation/processing. SSCI also provides sensor exploitation solutions such as: ImageNav, an image-based navigation and precision targeting system for use on manned/unmanned aircraft and cruise missiles. Imagenav uses existing sensors to compare the air vehicles flight path to a known terrain database. The system has demonstrated target geo-location and navigation precision of <3 meters CEP in high-fidelity tests on real flight data gathered by Boeing. Imagenav is currently being transitioned to several cruise missile and UAV platforms. Other technologies include a handheld Mine/Unexploded Ordinance (UXO) Detection and Recognition software system that enables an order-of-magnitude improvement in the detection of buried metallic and non- metallic landmines. This software was fielded by CyTerra (now L3) to be used on their hand-held mine detectors, which were used in Iraq and Afghanistan; and a Visual Threat/Obstacle Awareness (vISTa) system that enables UAVs to operate in the national airspace by providing these platforms with the ability to detect, see, and avoid obstacles and conflicting aircraft. vISTa is a passive technology solution that has been successfully tested on an unmanned helicopter for DARPA. SSCI is one of the top 20 recipients of SBIR awards.