La Jolla, CA – September 15, 2011 – Miro Technologies announced today that TASC, Inc., a leading provider of advanced system engineering, integration and decision-support services, has selected its GOLDesp software to help manage inventories and refurbishment of retired ICBM components for the Rocket Systems Launch Program (RSLP). GOLDesp will be deployed to centralize multiple inventory data sources and provide central asset visibility on short notice.
The RSLP provides a wide breadth of expertise in both ballistic missile testing and space launch initiatives. The program falls under the U. S. Air Force Space Missile Command’s (SMC) Space Development and Test Wing located at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico.
“We are excited about the opportunity to work with TASC on this project and welcome them as our newest space and missile market customer,” said Vincent Monteparte, President & CEO of Miro Technologies.
The RSLP program is responsible for providing suborbital launch capability for various DOD, DOE and NASA organizations. RSLP is a sustainment program and is responsible for the management of deactivated Peacekeeper and Minuteman ICBM assets. As ICBM assets are removed from service, they are managed by RSLP to support DOD flight test programs.