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ThayerMahan Unveils State-of-the-Art Operations and Command Center

Groton operations center pioneers highly efficient Search-As-A-Service business model

Groton, Connecticut (10 February 2019) – ThayerMahan unveiled its new Operations and Command Center at its headquarters location in Groton, CT this week.  After months of design and construction, CEO Mike Connor presented the new operations center to personnel from the Navy's Undersea Warfare Development Command (UWDC), Congressman Joe Courtney – Chairman of the House Seapower Committee, and the Town/City of Groton Mayor, Town Manager and Council members.  Connor noted the critical importance of the Operations Center in the evolution of the company's turn-key solutions Search-As-A-Service business model.

Former Navy NAV/ET Pedro Martinez supervises pilots and analysts in the new ThayerMahan Operations Center

ThayerMahan Chairman, Dr. John Kao also noted:

"ThayerMahan is not just a company that integrates sensors and autonomous platforms…it is not simply a company that conceptualizes, designs and deploys sensors and algorithmic solutions to address key maritime domain awareness missions...ThayerMahan provides the entire customized end-to-end solution to most any challenging maritime mission set.  The new Operations and Command Center is the latest step in ThayerMahan's turn-key solution set – the new Operations Center provides a semantic user-interface, coupled with machine-assisted acoustic analysis, hosted in a cloud-based architecture, connected in real-time to its clients at a cloud-hosted virtual machine."

ThayerMahan was founded by retired Admiral Mike Connor in 2016 to promote and provide the use of unmanned, autonomous systems in response to the needs of the government and industry customers.