BigBear.ai reverses software and firmware from the smallest of embedded images to large, complex systems. We reverse engineer software & firmware, develop tools, and support critical mission needs for our intelligence clients. Through both dynamic and static analysis our engineers accurately & timely identify necessary system and software detail.
BigBear.ai CNO developers have spent years architecting and engineering mission essential tools for our clients. Often our developers are embedded within specialized teams creating solutions for hard problems. This gives BigBear.ai an advantage of and detailed knowledge of all aspects of the cyber / CNO worlds. Our engineers have helped engineer solutions to some of the USIC’s highest risk & challenging cyber problems. We have successfully delivered at every stage of the complex pipeline required for a solution to go from concept to successful operations…and post-operations.
Cyber doesn’t stop following a successful operation. The data must be received, transformed, stored, and available for analysis. BigBear.ai has experts in the fields of systems engineering, intelligent data processing, machine learning, analytics, and data presentation. We ensure post-op data transforms into actionable intelligence.
“Leveraging the power of automation offered by the BigBear.ai Decision Support Tool, we can inform Army-wide equipping decisions that in the past took two to three months of manual searches. The systems incorporated through LMI allow us to do that in minutes/hours. It saves a tremendous amount of time."
General Dennis L. Via, Materiel Command
“The results were simply amazing! More importantly, on May 28, 2020 the world changed and how we deliver decision advantage through understanding of the operational environment and military forces will never be the same. Each of you should be justifiably proud of this accomplishment and its historic nature. Thank you!”
Chief of Staff
“Using the BigBear.ai Decision Support Tool that Army Sustainment Command runs out of Rock Island Arsenal, Ill., "for the first time in my career, we can really see ourselves, and so we know where every single piece of equipment in the Army is, whether you are in the active component, the Reserve component or the National Guard. It's never been that way; it's very powerful.”
General Gus Perna, Materiel Command, US Army