A Modern Approach to Systems Integration

We combine open software architecture and mission-proven hardware to create a common framework that’s integrated, agile and designed to deliver the most mission-critical technology at digital speed.

StratFac securely supports the full engineering lifecycle, accelerating deployment and minimizing risk, allowing us to turn costly month-long deployment cycles into near push-button updates and accelerate new digital capability without reconfiguring platforms.

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Benefits of StratFac Digital Engineering Environment

Maintains traceability across the full lifecycle of the digital thread

Allows continuous and collaborative mission system integration across software, hardware and algorithm development.

Minimizes siloed engineering with cross functional teams

Validates digitally prior to physical testing

Integrates third-party IP decreasing time to technological readiness and reducing cost


Digital Twins and Virtual Integration Workspace

Parry uses tools throughout our StratFac Digital Engineering Environment that emulate individual pieces of hardware to build a digital representation of Parry Edge Compute products and simulated Stratia Software Operating Environment to generate DoD conformant open hardware and software architectures.

Government approved cloud environments host the digital twin which provides a hardware and software Virtual Integration Workspace (VIW). Staying true to our foundation as a Digital Systems Integrator, Parry provides pre-integrated and streamlined integration of third-party and government software that can be externally accessed to drastically improve cost, schedule, and capability insertion.


Global Expeditionary Miniature Mission Interface (GEMMI)

GEMMI is a secure multi-platform UAS Control System, Communications Hub, and Mission Support Solution to reduce logistics to a single platform while increasing capability in contested environments at the edge. Parry is a lead developer for modernized ground solutions to simultaneously control multiple, disparate types of unmanned or optionally manned aircraft and payloads.