Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of Critical Solutions International, Inc.
Critical Solutions International, Inc. engages in the acquisition, testing, development, and production of various mine-detection vehicles and systems to the United States Army. The company provides ballistic and blast protected systems for detection, clearing, landmine neutralization, and ballistic and blast protected troop transport/personnel carriers to the United States countermine and humanitarian demining community. It offers mounted mine detection systems, vehicles and counter-improvised explosive device (IED) sensor systems, audio and visual surveillance solutions, and unmanned systems. The company was founded in 1999 and is based in Carrollton, Texas.
2933 Eisenhower Street
Carrollton, TX 75007-4887
Founded in 1999
Key Executives for Critical Solutions International, Inc.
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Critical Solutions International, Inc. Key Developments
Humanistic Robotics, Inc. and Critical Solutions International Partner to Offer Comprehensive Route Clearance Package
Dec 17 14
Humanistic Robotics, Inc. partnered with Critical Solutions International to package HRI’s landmine and IED rollers with CSI’s Husky vehicle, thus increasing the capabilities of CSI’s offerings. Known for its innovative, user-centered approach, HRI developed its mine rollers with funding from the U.S. Army and has now deployed them in multiple operations across Africa and the Middle East. From commercial oil and gas development, to peacekeeping missions and army engineering missions worldwide, route clearance is on the rise. Moreover, as new conflicts involving asymmetric warfare grow across the globe, landmine/IED protection strategy becomes increasingly important. Rollers are used to combat landmines and IEDs, with an ultimate goal of protecting the personnel traveling in a convoy where ease of use and maintenance are critical. HRI’s rollers lead in accuracy, effectiveness and safety, and offer a radical simplicity that enables users to replace most parts in minutes without the need for a maintenance depot. HRI delivers great results because the roller is calibrated to always exert the threshold ground force requirement even on very difficult, uneven roads.
Maryland Transit Administration Awards $8.3 Million Contract to Critical Solutions International to Implement Intelligent Video Surveillance System
Mar 17 14
Critical Solutions International (CSI) announced that the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) has selected its Intelligent Video Surveillance Solution to provide advanced video security at selected rail stations within the state's rapid transit network. CSI is bringing threat detection and advanced security solutions to Homeland Security applications based on its extensive wartime experience. Upon completion of installation, the company's Intelligent Video Surveillance Solution will result in enhanced security and safety for thousands of commuters, as well as first responders, while saving time and taxpayer money due to its unique alerting capabilities. The system actively notifies safety and security personnel of unusual events such as the intrusion of unauthorized areas, unattended luggage, or loitering. In addition the system stores an enormous amount of digital video data that can be rapidly analyzed (in the case of an event) through customized searches. A/C Power and Skyline Technology Solutions of Baltimore will upgrade a number of locations by replacing old analog cameras with digital technology.
Turkish Army Selects Critical Solutions International's Two-Operator Husky Vehicle as Their Route Clearance Solution
Sep 4 13
Critical Solutions International (CSI) announced that the Turkish Army has made a purchase of the two-operator Husky Mark III vehicle to lead its route clearance patrols and infrastructure security. This is Turkey's first acquisition of the Husky and represents a critical enhancement in the mine and Improvised Explosive Device (IED) detection, interrogation, and clearance capabilities of the Turkish military. This order includes four Husky vehicles equipped with several mission equipment packages, including the Fassi M20AL Lightweight Composite Interrogation Arm, the Rocket Propelled Grenade Net protection system (Q-Net(R)) from QinetiQ-NA, and a 360deg situational awareness camera system jointly developed by CSI and Torc Robotics. This contract was awarded to IPA Defence of Turkey, the distributor for CSI and its strategic partner DCD Protected Mobility, a division of DCD (Pty) Ltd. of South Africa.
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