Studies & Analysis
Since its inception, ASIS has been there for our clients to provide them with the expertise and analysis to make fully informed decisions. By tapping into the knowledge pool of our engineers, scientist, biologist, chemists and computer modelers, we are able to determine what information is needed, identify any gaps and select the most relevant information from that set, establish the appropriate methodology(s), conduct thorough analysis and modeling, and validate the results to provide our clients with documentation on each outcome. In cases where there is a preferred outcome, we are able to provide recommendations on the necessary path to success.
At the core of this process are very detailed policies and procedures to ensure that the integrity of the data is upheld through the entire process. All of our staff have been trained in quality assurance and it is instilled in our operations so that quality is maintained at every level of a project.
Our projects in this area span environmental impacts on natural resources to electromagnetic spectrum analysis in field operations.
Brief overview of some of our projects:
Army compatible Use Buffer (ACUB) Documents, Texas Military Forces Training Centers, Camp Mabry
ASIS provides evaluation and then delivers the best approach for developing an ACUB program. More
Installation Environmental Management System/ISO 14001 Compliance and Web-Based Management Tool, Fort Carson
ASIS assists the Fort Carson Environmental Division and its activities by performing gap analysis of existing EMS and development of a web-based EMS Program Tool. More
Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations (EMSO) Support, Ft. Eustis, VA
ASIS provides support to clearly define the EMSO requirements by providing thorough analysis and identifying the critical documentation that is required to initiate the formal development processes for EMSO.
ASIS provides synergy and focus for the material developer to support the live training of the current and future force in an immersive environment. More
U.S. Geological Survey Gap Analysis Program (USGS-GAP)
ASIS assists in helping the USGS promote conservation by providing broad geographic information on biological diversity to resource managers, planners, and policy makers who can use the data to make informed decisions. More