WASHINGTON, DC / ACCESSWIRE / November 15, 2022 / The Oasis Systems Division of Oasis Technology & Engineering (Oasis), a leading provider of advanced technologies in cybersecurity and resiliency, agile software development, systems engineering, information technology, and lifecycle technologies to the FAA, Department of Defense and Federal Government Agencies, supported the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) Global Conference & Expo, which took place November 7th through 9th at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC, as both an Exhibitor and Grand Benefactor Sponsor.
The 67th Edition of the conference, themed “Connecting People to Shape Tomorrow’s Airspace,” brought together 3,000+ attendees, 90+ exhibitors, and 60+ presentations, panels, and keynote speakers from across the air traffic control and greater aviation communities. Keynote speakers included FAA Acting Administrator, Billy Nolen; NASA Deputy Administrator, Pam Melroy; FAA Chief Operating Officer, Tim Arel; EASA Executive Director, Patrick Ky; and CISA Deputy Director, Nitin Natarajan.
“We couldn’t have been more excited to attend and support the ATCA Global Conference & Expo this year. This was a highly successful event for us and it was rejuvenating to see so many of our industry and FAA partners in person after the long absence of this event due to Covid,” said Kevin Veach, President of Oasis’ Federal Division. “ATCA has been an important industry partner to Oasis and put on a fantastic event focused around solving current airspace integration challenges as well as the future of all forms of air traffic management.”
Oasis has been a proud corporate member of the ATCA organization for over 20 years. Beyond the continued support of the ATCA organization, Oasis chose this event to serve as the first public unveiling of the future name of the company, Oasis Technology & Engineering, which reflects the joining of Oasis Systems and Engineering Research and Consultants (ERC). The new name reflects the more robust offerings that Oasis is now able to deliver to our customers and the company’s enhanced synergies and capabilities following the combination of Oasis and ERC, a company with a 40 years history of providing leadership technology to NASA and other Federal Agencies.
The conference was well attended by Oasis leadership, including Mike McElwain, Chief Growth Officer; Kevin Veach, President, Federal Division; Karen McMillan, VP of Operations; Anetra Withers, VP of Research & NextGen; and Greg Joyner who recently joined Oasis as the VP of Strategy and Operations, after a long and impactful career with the FAA. The event served as an excellent opportunity for Oasis to network with current and potential customers, including executives across the FAA, DOT, and NASA, and to engage with aviation industry leaders about the future of airspace integration. The event also provided a great platform for Oasis to connect with industry partners to celebrate Oasis’ recent announcement as a prime awardee of the Systems Engineering and Technical Innovative Solutions (SETIS) contract.
About Oasis Technology & Engineering
Oasis Technology & Engineering is a premier provider of customer-driven, cost-effective, and quality engineering services; air traffic management, enterprise systems and applications, research and development, human factors engineering; information technology and cybersecurity; professional services; and specialized engineering solutions to the FAA, NASA, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Defense, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and other federal agencies. Oasis has been successfully supporting the FAA for more than 25 years with engineering services, research and development and operations across the NAS, and recently joined with ERC to scale and expand its agile software development, systems engineering and cybersecurity offerings. By combining expertise in aviation, space, defense and cybersecurity with leading-edge innovations, the companies bring together complementary capabilities and cultures to serve customers in more than 36 states across the U.S.
President, Federal Division