STS International is an independent, veteran owned business
with the overarching objective of developing leading
technologies and innovations that protect the United States, its citizens, and its interests, both at home and abroad. With a continuously growing global presence, the STS team is composed of highly experienced multi disciplinary professionals from military and private-sector backgrounds. N We are proud of our talent and experience we provide in the realms of Engineering and Technical Services, Enterprise Logistics and Sustainment, and Training and Simulation. Above all else, STS strives for excellence. Our values are to remain agile in an ever-changing world so that we can respond to the needs of our country and customers, always conducting ourselves and our business with integrity and transparency.
January 1993: The Mosaic Web Burner enhances web surfing.
Portable Uninterruptible Power Supply (PUP)
STS created the Portable Uninterruptible Power Supply Systems-
a first of its kind portable and self-contained power supply
system. The custom lightweight telephone carrying case not
only met Government specifications for weight, temperature, shock, vibration, and submersion, but also surpassed drop test requirements by 250%.
May 1995: The Teledyne Ryan Tier II Plus Spy Drone
enhanced accuracy, targeting, and successful force protection
for the U.S. Air Forces.
Department of Defense Biometrics
STS was selected to work with what is now known as the
Department of Defense Biometrics Program to research
potential biometrics and identification technology in advancing
security. STS used its cutting-edge knowledge to evaluate 56
biometrics products-including fingerprint systems, facial
systems, iris systems, hand and finger geometry systems, and
STS designed Joint Assessment Neurological Evaluation
Equipment (JANEE) – a fully interactive, real-time learning
environment to train emergency medical responders for the
U.S. Army Medical Command. The system included virtual
scenarios, a medical symptom library and a custom-made vital
January 2001: Wikipedia launch sparks rise of user generated content.
January 2001: George W Bush becomes the 43rd President of the
October 2001: Operation Enduring Freedom
Vehicle Body Armor System (V-BASS)
STS conceived a simple lightweight body armor solution to
protect soldiers in unarmored vehicles – the Vehicle Armor Support n System (V-BASS). Using an innovative design of custom ceramic armor materials, the models increased
protection by 300%.
March 2003: Operation Iraqi Freedom
Homeland Security System/Camera Aided
Monitoring System (HLSS/CAMS)
STS developed the Homeland Security System/Camera Aided
Monitoring System (HLSS/CAMS) for the US Army to provide
perimeter surveillance of expeditionary bases. The large-scale, multi-sensor detection system can conduct surveillance during
daylight, darkness, adverse weather and dirty battlefield
conditions from the local level to a global scale. The heart of
the CAMS system is its uniquely developed software package
that overlays data from multiple types of sensors onto a single
picture for the user.
Virtual Interactive Training
Assessment System (ViTAS)
STS designed the VITAS as a simulation training platform for
combat medics. It challenges the user with responsive,
emergency medical scenarios in order to teach critical
lifesaving skills. The system adjusts in real-time based on user decisions. Random events, and a dynamic model of human physiology. A serious gaming 3D virtual world allowed combat medics to practice carrying out complex medical, ethical and
June 2007: Apple iPhone was released, revolutionizing the
multiple industries and bringing the internet to everyone’s pocket.
Rapid Equipping Force (REF)
STS contracted with the U.S. Army Rapid Equipping Force to
provide force protection support on all intelligence,
surveillance, and reconnaissance equipment. STS successfully
maintained operational readiness rates over 90% on all
systems through strategic deployment of Super Field Service
Representatives abroad. In addition, STS supplied full lifecycle
logistics, systems engineering, and rapid prototyping
responses to support over 300 individual systems.
September 2008 The Large Hadron Collider started up for
the first time.
January 20, 2009 Barack Obama becomes 44th President of the United States.
Product Manager Improvised
Explosive Device Defeat/Protect
Force (PdM IEDD/PF)
STS provided full life cycle sustainment to the US Army on the
counter IED equipment and systems. This comprehensive
sustainment effort included the technical expertise and
operations of STS Super Field Service Representatives, as well
as the use of a sophisticated supply management system for
all C-IED equipment, including mine rollers, neutralization
systems, entry control points, and ground penetrating
radar/electromagnetic induction equipment. These Super Field Service Representatives performed unit level to depot level
testing of newly installed systems throughout Afghanistan,
Iraq, and Kuwait.
Portable Security System (PSS)
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recruited STS
to enhance their threat detection abilities while in nearly any
environment. STS resourcefully adapted an original platform
created for a previous customer, providing a cost effective
solution for the Government’s needs of rapid set-up,
scalability, and ease of use. The newly modified Portable Security System (PSS) assimilated multiple data sources from
a suite of radars, imagers, hand-held computers, and security
Counter-Rocket Artillery and Mortar
The C-RAM systems provides soldiers the ability to detect and
defend against enemy rockets, artillery, and mortar rounds.
Teaming with Northrup Grumman, STS provided fully trained
and qualified operators of the C-RAM system at U.S. Army
Forward Operating Bases in Afghanistan. STS delivered a full
spectrum of systems engineering, product design and
development, system integration, site design, direct
installation, and training services in support of the C-RAM
February 2013 Scientists reported using a 3D printer to
grow human ears.
September 2013 –
Entry Control Point/Non-Intrusive
Inspection Systems (ECP/NISS)
STS delivered full lifecycle support of Entry Control Point/Non-
Intrusive Inspection Systems on Forward Operating Bases and
Combat Outposts throughout the Middle East and Africa. STS
Super Field Service Representatives provided inventory
management, engineering support, equipment installations,
maintenance and repair, inspections, and other services in
support of these systems. Over 270 individually deployed
systems were sustained, located both in and outside the
continental United States, for U.S. allies, foreign militaries,
and U.S. Government agencies.
STS designed and developed the Personnel Recovery Device- a personnel
locator beacon that includes legacy COSPAS-SARSAT mode and a new secure
communication mode. It offers improved accuracy, decreased latency, smaller
size, and lower power consumption as compared to commercially available modes.
January 20,2017 Donald Trump became 45th President of
the United States.