Software firm moves Homeland Security development work to Maui R & T Park

Virginia-based software development group Ardent Management Consulting today announced the opening of its Maui Geospatial Software Development Center at the Ke Alahele Center in the Maui Research & Technology Park.

The ArdentMC Maui facility will be involved in competitively awarded software development work related to U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Geospatial Mapping Initiatives. Software developed in Maui will provide Homeland Security leadership with geospatial situational awareness regarding natural and man-made disasters. The Maui GSDC also will support U.S. Department of Justice software development, enabling geospatial visualization and criminal activity analysis.

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