Our mission is to integrate operational, technical and engineering expertise to enhance customer capability and add value in aviation, training, defense and national security programs.
BGI started in 1994 as a result of a blend of passion and expertise combined with opportunities in the aviation industry.
The men and women at BGI are committed to giving back to those in need.
BGI is a project based company that provides a wide variety of military, aviation and engineering related services.
BGI, through intense involvement in the US Navy's Military Flight Operations Quality Assurance (MFOQA) Program since 2007..
Orlando, Florida, Please join BGI at Heli-Expo 2015 in Orlando, FL from 3-5 March! Stop by booth #4035 and see what we have to offer: BGI has been innovating in the flight safety market for over ten years. We started with an after action review product for the fixed wing fighter community and continued to enhance our technology with capabilities in cockpit replay, synchronized video, event detection and in depth flight data analysis. In 2008 BGI became the prime contractor for the Flight Visualization and Data Analysis software in support of the US Navy’s Military Flight Operations Quality Assurance program. After years of continuous investment BGI's leading edge software suite has been deployed to F/A-18, MH-60S/R, CH-53E, UH-1Y and AH-1Z operational squadrons worldwide. Today BGI is excited to announce a new line of products and services specifically designed for the commercial rotary wing community.
Akron, Ohio, BGI, LLC wins SBIR Phase I research contract for Universal Decoder for Airborne Generated Data. The objective of this research project is to develop and demonstrate an adaptive off-aircraft software module capable of decoding airborne data files from raw binary or vendor specific formats into an open format. Modern military aircraft generate volumes of digital data as time correlated observations measuring the aircraft state, subsystem performance, airframe stresses, and other parameters, which are collected and stored on the aircraft during flight. This data is routinely stored in crash survivable media designed to provide a record of the flight in the event of a mishap, as well as downloaded periodically onto various media for off-vehicle analysis in support of the spectrum of Maintenance, Operations, Safety, and Training (MOST) functions. No standard format is currently prescribed for this type of airborne data storage, which results in limitations in reading, interpreting, and aggregating the data.Read More News
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