Two companies graduate from MSET incubator at Stennis
by MBJ Staff
Published: July 26,2013
Tags: 8(a), Center of Excellence in Geospatial Technologies, DQSL, geospatial inforation system, graduate. graduation, incubator, information technology, Melhcorp, Mississippi Enterprise for Technology, NASA, small business, Stennis Space Center, technology, unmanned aerial vehicles, woman-owned business
HANCOCK COUNTY — The Mississippi Enterprise for Technology (MSET) recently graduated two companies from their incubator program at Stennis Space Center.
DQSI, is a woman-owned, 8(a), small disadvantaged firm that specializes in information technology and GIS, document management and seismic digitization, construction and environmental consulting.
Melhcorp builds electronics systems, particularly for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) including Hunter, Predator, Pioneer, Snowgoose and Raven.
Twenty-nine companies have graduated from the MSET incubator.
MSET seeks to leverage the strengths of the federal city to create economic development opportunities for the state and region. MSET’s Mississippi Technology Transfer Center at Stennis currently houses 23 incubator and corporate resident clients as well as 12 affiliate client companies and is a Center of Excellence in Geospatial Technologies.
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