To unlock a client’s potential by providing outstanding service and innovative solutions through dedication and excellence.
Through MAPPS’ values and approach, clients reach their full potential.
MAPPS is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that is recognized for its proven and demonstrated expertise as a professional service provider for program management, system engineering, and capability development functional areas. MAPPS' support is available to the federal government at large; including DoD, DHS, and DoS. MAPPS is currently serving customers such as DARPA, DTRA, RDECOM, REF, and DNDO in mapping solutions to requirements, solving their toughest problems in requirement definition, concept development, architecture, material development, capability demonstration, system of systems integration, and technology transition. Expertise includes Multi-Service and Other Agency coordination and planning, as well as international market development.
We offer complete project management services, whether a traditional acquisition style program or Agile Research and Development activities, our PMP certified employees will maximize a project’s potential for success by applying innovative solutions guided by the current best industry practices.
Technology development & insertion
We will use our extensive network across academia, industry and government research and technology communities to find the solution to meet your needs. We assist organizations in leveraging new technologies which enhance operational capabilities. MAPPS provides the training and develops the integration plan to allow the seamless insertion of breakthrough technologies into your operations.
MAPPS software development team are well versed in Android, Windows and iOS as well as cross platform development. Their years of experience insures that MAPPS provides its clients cutting edge software solutions that have undergone rigorous testing and provide unparalleled user experiences.
mission support services
MAPPS offers responsive support, tailored to meet the dynamic nature of missions, designed to address the full spectrum of skills necessary to achieve mission success. Our team is comprised of experts with extensive field experience who are prepared to support the full spectrum of operational requirements. Our proven approach optimizes performance and enhances situational awareness.
The continued focus on the use of mobile technology in support of humanitarian demining operations has not only highlighted how these technologies can be adapted and used but has also resulted in tangible tools that can be put to use now. Despite these advances, the cost and availability of these capabilities remains a challenge when[…]
Mobile technology has transformed the way we live our lives and has the potential to dramatically assist in demining operations and the eradication of Explosive Remnants of War (ERW); however, commercial off the shelf (COTS) systems coupled with ERW-related applications alone leave capability gaps and creates potential risks that must be closed. A more tailored[…]
Mobile technology has transformed the way we live our lives and has the potential to dramatically assist in demining. However, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) systems coupled with explosive remnants of war (ERW) related applications leave capability gaps and create potential risks that must be closed. A more tailored and deliberate ecosystem approach when employing mobile technology[…]
When I recently set out for the Pentagon’s R&D department, I instead found myself in front of a downtrodden shopping mall in Arlington, Virginia. I’d been navigating the old fashioned way—with my eyes—but when I pulled out my smartphone there it was, clearly marked in the Google Maps app: DARPA. It turns out that the[…]
The technology used to plan military missions and navigate in unfamiliar environments has changed dramatically for soldiers in the past 20 years. From paper maps and shortwave radios in the 1990s to accessing real-time data on smartphones today, warfighters can carry out missions with more efficiency than ever before. One way this is made[…]
Forget about muddling through with folded paper maps and line-of-sight radio comms. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has been building a library of mission-critical apps, such as updated digital maps with interactive features, which troops on foot can access from secure Android devices. Called Transformative Apps, or TransApps, the DARPA program has fielded more[…]
The hardened version of the Android operating system that the Defense Department is developing originated from research into improving the security of mobile devices for military use. Work on the hardened Android kernel is a part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Transformative Apps program, which seeks to develop new DOD software applications through an innovative development and acquisition[…]