Ball Aerospace is a leader in design, development and manufacture of innovative aerospace systems. We produce spacecraft, instruments and sensors, RF and microwave technologies, data exploitation solutions and a variety of advanced aerospace technologies and products that enable exciting missions. Ball Aerospace is known for its contributions in support of space and Earth science, exploration, national security and intelligence programs. We were also a pioneer in the development of the commercial remote sensing market, producing imaging systems and spacecraft that helped spawn a new market-driven demand for imagery.
At the dawn of the space age in the mids, Ed Ball, one of the sons of the original Ball Brothers, partnered with physicists from the University of Colorado, Boulder and created the Ball Brothers Research Corporation. From those early days of developing key technologies for research rockets to designing instruments required to survive deep space, Ball Aerospace has been involved in several historic firsts.
While it may be the breathtaking images from space we remember best, the people and technology behind them are just as inspiring. Today, Ball is known as a leading provider of systems and components in a variety of markets for defense, civil and commercial aerospace missions.
Ball protects national security with space situational awareness that provides warfighters with critical mission information across an increasingly contested and congested domain. Ball protects first responders by providing real-time 3D LIDAR technology to deliver the information they need to survey dangerous terrain, coordinate rescues and facilitate disaster relief.
Ball innovates to allow people to overcome physical limitations. Ball led the development of the human-machine interface and the driver guidance system on the Semi-Autonomous Motorcar project — the first technology of its kind to enable a severely disabled person to safely control and drive a car.
InBall Aerospace acquired Wavefront Technologies to further strengthen and diversify its business portfolio, and is actively pursuing commercial opportunities in a variety of new markets.Ball Aerospace and Technology Corporation (BATC) recently undertook its largest facilities expansion in over twenty years.
CPI was hired as part of the BATC Capacity Expansion Program (BCEP) and construction management team to oversee six projects across two sites in Boulder and Westminster. Ball Aerospace Delivers the JPSS-1 Weather Satellite to Launch Site NOAA’s Next Generation Weather Satellite Prepares for Launch.
BOULDER, Colorado, September 5, — Ball Aerospace successfully delivered the Joint Polar Satellite System-1 (JPSS-1), NOAA’s next-generation polar orbiting weather satellite, to Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on Aug.
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BATC has a wide range of capabilities, including full space missions, spacecraft, payloads, subsystems, and . BOULDER, Colo., 7 Jan. Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. officials have instituted an organizational structure change designed to position operating sectors for improved customer.
H+L Architecture provided Architectural services for the first two phases of a 4-phased expansion of the testing and manufacturing capacity at the Ball Aerospace Fisher Complex.
The scope of this project included site improvements, landscaping, parking, building design and interior design.
Oct. 22 (UPI) --Ball Aerospace and Technologies has inked a deal for $36 million with the U.S.
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