Centuria is able to quickly assemble scientific teams to address domain specific needs from biotechnology, to media, to semiconductors, to transportation. With a fully-staffed weather science team, we are working on the next generation prediction technologies.
Our experienced teams work side-by-side with our customers in the office and in the field to deploy systems that track severe weather, ensure the next generation of inventions are patented, and keep our airports safe.
Our employees hold advanced degrees in meteorology, biology, botany, mathematics and engineering. Additionally, they maintain professional certifications such as PMP (project management), MCSE-Security, CCIE Security, CISSP, CWSP, CWNA, CCNA, MCITP and ITIL v2
As a privately held, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, Centuria is able to quickly and easily adapt to changing program requirements. Drawing on almost a decade of experience in the federal market and experience as a prime contractor, Centuria applies proven management methodology to all engagements.
Centuria’s team of scientists and meteorologists provide infrastructure engineering design, development, implementation, production, installation, and integration support to the National Weather Service (NWS) Next Generation Radar (NEXRAD) Radar Operations Center (ROC) in support of nearly 200 Doppler weather radars that provide critical tornado and severe weather warning observations across the Continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Guam, the Azores, and Korea. The team is involved in every phase of the software lifecycle across business and technical applications. This contract involves customer touch points within NWS, Department of Transportation, and the Air Force.
Centuria provides the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) with “patent pre-classifiers” that review Patent requests sent into the PTO and categorize them into the different “arts” categories that the Patent office is organized into. Our team are subject matter experts in topics as varied as biotechnology, media, semiconductors, and transportation. This expertise ensures a 97% accuracy rate, an improvement of 30 percent over previous performance accuracy.