Cintel Inc., an Alabama-based company that offers modeling and simulation, data science and analytics, machine learning, software development, energy, and cybersecurity solutions, has opened an office in Sterling Heights to support the Michigan Defense Corridor.
Located at 7205 Sterling Ponds Court, the new office is part of the Defense Corridor Center for Collaboration and Synergy (DC3S) and will work to support solutions in local and national defense initiatives. This is the company’s first office outside of its Alabama location.
“Leveraging our capabilities in modeling and simulation, software development, machine learning and AI, cybersecurity, power systems, and tactical systems integration, we aim to be a force multiplier for the U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command, the U.S. Army CCDC Ground Vehicle Systems Center, and the entire team Warren community,” says Dale Jobes, president and CEO of Cintel.
Paul Curtis will serve as Detroit operations lead. He has more than 30 years of experience collaborating with and delivering solutions for the U.S. Army and defense industry partners and is a metro Detroit native. He was president and board member of the National Defense Industrial Association’s Michigan Chapter and a member of the Association of the United States Army.
Cintel was founded in 2013 and provides solutions for the Department of Defense, government civilian agencies, and commercial clients in aviation and missiles, ground vehicles and systems, and infrastructure solutions.