Lone Star Analysis Ltd. to Partner with Inzpire
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Lone Star Analysis is pleased to announce our partnership with Inzpire to bring innovative data analytics driven by robust artificial intelligence to the UK market in support of UK governmental agencies.
Inzpire is a UK-based supplier of defence managed services and cutting-edge mission systems. They are a trusted partner of the UK MOD. Inzpire is a Joint-Services organization with thousands of years of combined military aviation experience. Their team, drawn from the Royal Navy, British Army, and Royal Air Force has frontline experience in operations from Afghanistan and Libya to The Balkans and beyond, gained from tens of thousands of hours of combined military fast-jet and helicopter flying and in-depth, real-world knowledge.
Inzpire makes the world-leading GECO family of mission systems for both airborne and land applications; combat-proven, safety certifiable, and with fully integrated Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) functionality for a paperless cockpit, GECO (Air) is the affordable advanced digital cockpit upgrade. They also train the British Army to fly Apache helicopters, instruct RAF pilots in cockpit skills, support UK Typhoon operations and are experts in simulation and synthetic environments.
Inzpire’s products and services are delivered by experienced warfighters and they pride themselves on instinctively understanding clients’ needs. They are embracing these outstanding tools and combining them with their ever-expanding network of subject matter experts with rich domain backgrounds and a deep and tacit understanding of customer programs.
Lone Star’s strong reputation is based on the successful application of cutting-edge platforms and software, powering solutions for the customer’s most important challenges. The technology and processes are relentlessly focused on delivering better understanding and decisions for the customer that leads to improved operational efficiency and effectiveness while simultaneously reducing cost and risk. Inzpire is embracing these outstanding tools and combining them with its ever expanding network of subject matter experts with rich domain backgrounds and a deep and tacit understanding of customer programmes.
At a time when so many policy and implementation decisions depend on mathematical reasoning informed by Monte Carlo methods and Bayesian statistics, the ability to make evidence-rich, fact-based arguments and decisions is critical to the success of complex programs. Lone Star and Inzpire will make sense of customer data to provide decision support that is transparent, repeatable, and dependable. We look forward to offering these award-winning products and services to our customers across the UK.
Find out more at www.inzpire.com.
About Lone Star Analysis
Lone Star Analysis is a Dallas-based provider of applied decision intelligence and engineering solutions. We harness predictive and prescriptive analytics, artificial intelligence, and inherent knowledge to enhance innovation, create economic strength, and make the world safer. Since 2004, organizations have trusted Lone Star to deliver actionable answers to complex problems in manufacturing, aerospace, defense, energy, logistics, transportation, and more.
Inzpire is a proudly British Company and was founded in 2005. As a joint-services organization with more than 2800 years of military experience, and almost 400,000 flying hours across the Royal Air Force, British Army, and Royal Navy, the company delivers a range of training and consultancy services in addition to mission systems products. More information is available at www.inzpire.com.
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