Envirosuite’s participation in the NASA X-59 community project is an indefinite delivery and quantity contract, with an eight-year timeline period of performance.
Envirosuite set to leverage X-59 supersonic tech
The first phase runs to the end of 2023 and focuses on preparing systems, technology and processes for large-scale testing, with a minimum value of $750,000 to Envirosuite.
Envirosuite has been given the responsibility in the contract, to provide a software platform that will collect, process and visualize data from NASA’s low-sonic boom flight tests.
This will facilitate NASA and participants of the testing team to review the low sonic booms produced by aircraft together with the community response, in real time.
Envirosuite has been engaged by the consortium led by HMMH.
NASA is designing and building the X-59 research aircraft, a piloted, single-seat supersonic X-plane with technology to reduce the loudness of a sonic boom to a gentle thump.
NASA’s aeronautical innovators are leading a team that is cutting across government and industry in order to collect data that could allow supersonic flight over land, dramatically reducing travel time within the United States or to anywhere in the world.
Envirosuite welcomes the NASA partnership
Jason Cooper, the Chief Executive Officer at Envirosuite appreciated the opportunity.
“We are extremely privileged to have been selected as participants of the consortium for this exciting and cutting-edge project with HMMH and NASA. This project represents new opportunities in the innovative area of aerospace, along with the future of Aviation.”
“Our experienced team is eagerly looking forward to their participation in this project to facilitate efforts of bringing the X-59 Quiet Supersonic Technology aircraft to the skies.”
This contract has been included in the sales update of the first quarter of 2022 with approximately $100,000 in Annual recurring revenue and $750,000 in project revenue.