Geocent Wins C5ISR Code-A-Thon
 
Geocent Wins C5ISR Code-A-Thon

“Works on My Box”, a team comprised of Brian Priest, Clarence Davis, and Randy Nolen from Geocent, won the Code-A-Thon competition at the Charleston Defense Contractors Association’s sixth annual C5ISR Government and Industry Partnerships Summit on November 28, 2012. Eight teams presented mobile apps built during the competition’s 12-hour coding window.

Geocent’s app, “Team Locator,” allows the user to view other teams running the app as locations on a map. When the camera is turned on, icons show the locations of the other teams. The user can click on the points to get information about the team or the location.

“We wanted to pick something that would support people that are out there and are in mission critical situations,” said Brian Priest, one of the three Geocent coders who developed Team Locator.

Geocent is a small business that has been providing innovative solutions to federal, state, local, and commercial clients since 1992. Geocent provides engineering, software and systems engineering, network engineering and infrastructure support, and technology consulting across a wide variety of functional areas. Our clients include government; primarily aerospace and defense, homeland security, social services; and commercial industries such as oil and gas exploration, marine transportation, and healthcare. We are headquartered in Metairie, LA and have offices in New Baton Rouge, LA; Charleston, SC; Huntsville, AL; New Orleans, LA; and Stennis Space Center, MS.