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Top 10 Defense Intelligence Service Companies - 2021

Technology is advancing at an unprecedented rate, driven mainly by exponential improvements in enhanced computing power, increased storage capacity, and better connectivity. These advances are, in turn, ushering us in a new ‘digital age’ in which data is the most valuable commodity driving disruption across all industries—aerospace and defense included. Just like any other industry, the defense industry is also accelerating their digital transformation endeavors in response to the global pandemic and changing workforce needs. Technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), big data, blockchain, robotics, and UAVs are leading to a transformation in modern warfare characterized by exponentially enhanced situational awareness and decision-making.

Partially autonomous and intelligent systems have been used in military technology since World War II, and the current advances in machine learning and AI represent a turning point in the use of automation in warfare. AI is enabling autonomous systems to conduct missions, achieve sensor fusion, automate tasks, and make better, quicker decisions than humans.

Besides, robots in the military can perform various combat roles, including rescue tasks, explosive disarmament, fire support, reconnaissance, logistics support, lethal combat duties, and more. These robots can also be seen as an alternative to human soldiers, handling a broader range of combat tasks, from picking off snipers to targeting enemies’ areas with greater efficiency.

At this juncture, there is a variety of defense intelligence service companies that are entering the market to cater to the different needs of enterprises. To help them choose the services that best fits their requirement, Aerospace and Defense Review has compiled lists of defense intelligence service companies. Besides, the magazine also comprises insights from thought leaders in the sector on the industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and their advice for aspiring CIOs.

We present to you Aerospace and Defense Review’s “Top 10 Defense Intelligence Service Companies – 2021.”

    Top Defense Intelligence Service Companies

  • TRIAEM is an economically disadvantaged woman-owned small business that provides exceptional services to experienced military and intelligence operations professionals

  • AEEC


    AEEC is an award-winning, woman-owned, professional services organization providing top-quality technology, environmental, and engineering solutions to US Federal Government and Fortune 50 customers since 1995. The company supports its customers’ requirements and offers a range of customized solutions coupled with the highest caliber of honesty, integrity, and service excellence. We construct solutions that are expedient, appropriate, and worthy of our customers’ investment. At AEEC, its client’s success is our success. AEEC has the key certifications and awards that make its a sought-after partner for government agencies and private sector firms alike.

  • Altamira Technologies Corporation

    Altamira Technologies Corporation

    Altamira Technologies has a long and successful history providing innovative solutions throughout the U.S. National Security community. Altamira builds on this tradition every day by harnessing the brightest minds advancing the development of mission-focused, innovative solutions to address its customer's most challenging problems. The company's success is built on a foundation of deep understanding of today's mission needs, playing a first-hand role in solutions for tomorrow's future, and cultivating a cultural DNA of technologically savvy, mission-focused problem solvers across our employee population.

  • C-Edge


    CEdge provides multi-industry IT solutions across the US and India, including commercial enterprises and state and federal government. Collaborating with clients to determine their business needs, the company combines years of knowledge & expertise to develop a strategy that drives results and promotes growth. The company's team is dedicated to guiding its clients' business to the forefront through an innovative suite of customized IT solutions. CEdge is built to be more responsive and innovative than larger competitors, while offering a depth of talent, capabilities, and experience that smaller companies just can’t match.

  • CWU


    CWU is a service disabled veteran owned business incorporated in the State of Florida that offers its government clients critical staff augmentation support

  • Masego Inc.

    Masego Inc.

    Masego Inc. provides expert Geospatial Intelligence Solutions in addition to Activity-Based Intelligence (ABI) and GEOINT instructional services. The company provides expert-level Geospatial Collection Management; Full Motion Video; Human Geography; Information Technology and Cyber; Technical Writing; ABI, Agile, and other professional training. Masego is a HUBZone Certified and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business headquartered in Fredericksburg, Virginia. With high-level expertise and decades of experience, coupled with proven project management systems and top-notch client support, the company enhances the performance capabilities of the Department of Defense and the intelligence community.

  • NextPoint Group

    NextPoint Group

    NextPoint Group provides IT solutions and professional services critical to prevail in today’s Defense, Intelligence, and Homeland Security markets. The company is managed by veteran technology leaders who left successful careers to return to a small, customer and employee-focused company. NextPoint Group employs a world-class team of cleared technologists, managers, subject matter experts, and other professionals, all of whom have experience with mission-critical IT implementations. Formed in 2004, NextPoint Group is a small business headquartered in Herndon, VA, with personnel in six countries.

  • Prescient Edge

    Prescient Edge

    Prescient Edge is a veteran-owned small business that was founded as a Counterintelligence and Human Intelligence company in 2008. The company is a global operations and solutions integrator delivering full-spectrum intelligence analysis support, training, security, and technology RD&E support solutions to the Department of Defense and other institutions throughout the intelligence community. The company's mission is to develop next-generation mission performance in support of U.S. national security. Prescient Edge's vision is to be the national security community solutions provider of choice for mission-critical requirements.

  • Varada Consulting

    Varada Consulting

    Varada Consulting is a WOSB/SDB that implements data-driven solutions and emerging technologies to fulfill the unique demands and challenges of the federal government. The company's innovation-focused and people-centric philosophy is what sets them apart and enables its team to deliver creative, agile, and cost-conscious solutions that drive success, exceed expectations and give its clients an edge above the competition. Founded on the core values of Integrity, Excellence, and Freedom, the company delivers high-end, quality business capabilities to solve the unique challenges our clients face for mission success.

  • Xcelerate Solutions

    Xcelerate Solutions

    Xcelerate Solutions exists to manage risk from individuals to systems, create innovative solutions that deliver results, and accelerate time to value. Across its three service areas — Enterprise Security, Strategic Consulting, and Digital Transformation — the company enhances the security and resilience of America’s personnel, physical, and cyberinfrastructure. The company optimizes efficiency and effectiveness and enhances the security and resilience of America’s personnel, physical and cyber infrastructure.