Space and satellite represent a global suite of industries in a period of rapid growth and change. Bryce understands the complex interplay of national security, civil and commercial space programs, technical capabilities, and markets.
We provide unique, comprehensive insight and expertise on the space economy. We provide official launch industry data to the Federal Aviation Administration Office of Commercial Space Transportation; assess technology investments for NASA; deliver industry analyses and acquisition support for the Department of Defense; and provide market, investment, strategic, and technology analyses for leading aerospace organizations worldwide. We originated many of the authoritative data sets that guide the space industry today. Our resources promote the technological and economic growth of the industry, informing the decisions of satellite operators, launch vehicle manufacturers, and government agencies.
Bryce also creates original space-focused graphic design, 3D modeling, and fine art, courtesy of in-house artist Phil Smith, whose artwork appears in books, in galleries, and on the covers of federal publications.
The Department of Homeland Security and Department of Defense coordinate and supervise critical efforts to anticipate, protect, and defend against rapidly proliferating threats. As a trusted government partner, Bryce delivers expertise in advanced research and development, acquisition, sustainment, rapid capabilities, testing, evaluation, and integration for our clients. We provide mission-focused advisory and support services to enhance the nation's ability to keep people safe in all domains.
Bryce develops innovative solutions to solve complex technological and scientific problems. Our operational experience and technical expertise span diverse domains, from countering weapons of mass destruction to health readiness.
Advanced R&D organizations face unique challenges in moving technology to market. In the areas of energy generation and storage, materials, information technology, human health, and more, Bryce brings its interdisciplinary team, models, and data sets to technology assessment projects.
Bryce scouts technology and matches technology capabilities with client needs, supporting all aspects of technology transfer. We have developed machine-learning approaches for classifying technologies and technology forecasting. We advise clients on technology portfolios and research and development investment to manage risk and maximize returns. We aid clients in building technology partnerships.
We helped create and continue to support NASA’s TechPort database and work with all agency divisions on the NASA Strategic Technology Investment Plan. We advise clients, from Fortune 100 firms and startup companies to global foundations and government agencies, on their technology portfolios and investment allocation. Our team has also done ground-breaking work in identifying optimal technology forecast methodologies.
The world increasingly relies on information systems that are growing in complexity. Software is transforming all sectors of the economy, enabled by global connectivity and continued innovation in computing technology. Cyber issues pose a major threat to businesses and governments and are one of the leading challenges today.
Bryce tracks cyber markets and trends. We work with our clients to ensure data and system security, to respond to market changes, and to incorporate software-driven change into advanced technologies in science and technology disciplines. As the value of corporate and government data increases, cyber warfare looms, insider risks grow (whether due to maliciousness or incompetence), and organizations face adaptive, sentient threats. To protect our clients and ensure their compliance with laws and regulations, we help manage cyber risk. We also help firms with advanced cyber capabilities identify applications and customers and predict cyber trends.