ISSI office

Integrated Systems Solutions Incorporated (ISSI) is a full service, multi-disciplinary, Professional Engineering, Environmental Research, Information Technology and Consulting firm. ISSI focuses on establishing long-term client relationships built on excellent service, quality work, value consulting, high integrity and mutual trust.

The company's technical capabilities, in combination with its ability to plan, execute and manage projects on a turn-key basis, uniquely positions ISSI in a very competitive arena.

Our integrated solutions provide Customers with the best value all things considered: performance to specification, on-time delivery, life cycle costs and customer assigned budgetary goals.

Visit our new MZ-3A page for current news articles about the Navy's new airship: MZ-3A News Articles

Published on Oct 23, 2012
Take a ride on the Navy's MZ-3A airship flying out of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in Lakehurst, NJ. Airship flown and maintained by Integrated Systems Solutions Incorporated (ISSI). Video Credit: Asbury Park Press, Staff video by Thomas P. Costello / www.apponline.tv

Flyer’ Improves OB/OD Air Emissions Measurement

Air Emissions Meansurement article

ISSI contributed its supportive and research capacities during recent studies for DoD research of air emissions testing from open burning to open detonation (OB/OD) of DoD munitions.

SERDP and ESTCP 2013 Spring Issue: A novel measurement technology developed with SERDP support accurately characterizes air emissions from the open burning and open detonation (OB/OD) of DoD munitions. Deployed via a helium-filled balloon, the Flyer technology has quantified emissions from a variety of OB/OD scenarios in challenging field conditions. These measurements can be used to develop emission factors that will allow DoD facilities to dispose of munitions in compliance with environmental regulations. (read more)

Navy's New Airship (10/26/11): The Navy's new recon airship, serviced by ISSI, was unveiled to the public at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst inside Hanger One in Lakehurst, NJ. The airship is 180 feet long and can cruise at 10,000 feet. Photo Credit: Asbury Park Press, Thomas P. Costello