BGI began doing business in 1994 as a small group of instructor-experienced fighter pilots who were asked to support Hughes Aircraft (now L3 Communications, Link Simulation and Training) by providing Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to assist in the development, test and fielding of a low-cost unit-level training device for the F-16. Over the following six years, the company focused on expanding its reach into the simulation and training business with similar support for additional customers and aircraft platforms, and also ventured into such areas as Courseware Development, Training Requirements Analysis, and Concept of Operations planning. Throughout that time, our main quality assurance theme was to keep the operational and training needs of the end user in mind, so as to ensure a proper vector for each project we supported. This was a successful growth path, since emerging technology was adding to the complexity of simulation and training systems, and we were able to capitalize on this by expanding the role of the traditional narrowly-focused Subject Matter Expert (SME) into a more global-view systems engineering support role which we term the Operational Analyst. The use of the Operational Analyst in the development of these complex systems became increasingly important with tightening budgets and schedules, as well as a general government shift to performance-based acquisition and lean processes.
Since that time, BGI business has expanded to include engineering support, program and Integrated Product Team (IPT) management, product development and key technology integration. BGI now operates as both prime vendor and subcontractor and we are proud of the relationships that we have established with our industry customers and teammates. Our partners include:
The Boeing Company
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