We're passionate about the missions we support and have an international reputation for providing reliable, cost-effective C4ISR solutions. To date, we have delivered solutions in more than 40 countries, including high-threat, low-infrastructure, austere environments.
Whether designing a maritime surveillance system in Colombia, operating an intelligence fusion center in Afghanistan or installing a cross-border communications network in Mexico, we're committed to providing exceptional value. In the U.S., we have supported every military service, all of the Combatant Commands, the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of State, NASA and the intelligence community.
Clients trust us to do the job right the first time. Our ability to complete projects on time under difficult operating constraints is one of the reasons we continue to receive "exceptional" client reviews.
April 18, 2016 – For more than a decade, Cambridge has been delivering aviation, construction, intelligence, surveillance, security, and training support in Latin America. Cambridge’s ability to complete projects on time and under difficult operating constraints are just a few of the reasons why we have grown our presence in Latin America significantly since the opening of our office in Bogotá, Colombia in 2012. Some of our recent work in the region includes:
Mexico: Aircraft Operational Readiness Support
Provide over-the-shoulder technical assistance in procedures for inspecting, testing, troubleshooting, and performing scheduled and unscheduled repairs in order to maintain maximum operational readiness of CN-235 CASA aircraft.
Colombia: Operations and Maintenance of Unmanned Aircraft System Support
Provide expert support services including operations and maintenance (O&M) planning, technical program support and training necessary to ensure successful implementation and sustainment of the Unmanned Aircraft System program.
Arlington, VA – October 19, 2015 – Yesterday, the Africa Advancement Forum was chartered to bring together thought leaders and experts in the areas of diplomatic, political, ethnic, medical,environmental, and technical infrastructure conditions of the African nations.
The CEO of Cambridge International Systems Inc. (Cambridge), Dr. Kimberly Harokopus, was selected to be the Forum Chairman. As Chairman, Dr. Harokopus will appoint recognized leaders in each of functional areas mentioned above join her as forum members.
The forum will convene biannually for members to discuss trends, conditions, and evolutions affecting the African regions, with a focus on leveraging the intimate and timely expertise of forum members including knowledge of current events, global happenings, and cultural and human rights to foster innovation.