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  • Improving Infrastructure Management Through IoT Devices and Sensors

    Integrating IoT and Sensors To Improve Infrastructure Management Systems

    When paired with AI/ML, the data provided by IoT devices and sensors offer insights on the status and condition of assets while enhancing utility, efficiency, and resiliency. Our experts weigh in on what is important to consider when implementing these technologies to improve infrastructure management.

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    Our Team

    Audra Upchurch

    Audra leads LMI’s engagement with immigration-related components of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), including Customs and Border Protection, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

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    Who We Serve


    Combining a legacy of federal expertise with an innovation ecosystem, we minimize time to value and accelerate mission success.

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    Innovation at the Pace of Need™

    LMI Workshop Highlights Data-Driven Resiliency

    "Analytics for Resilience: Infrastructure, Supply Chain, and Climate" attracted a cross-section of federal managers. 

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    What We Do

    Energy & Climate Analytics

    Using energy and climate resilience analytics, LMI can enhance the ClimateIQ™ of all federal decision-makers to manage and reduce mission disruptions from climate and extreme weather events, simultaneously increasing energy resilience and reducing dependence on external energy supplies that are vulnerable to disruptions.

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    Government Property Management

    The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the importance of meticulous government property management. 

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    The Evolving National Security Landscape

    The U.S. national security establishment has produced several documents outlining the mounting risks from global climate change and environmental degradation. 

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    What We Do

    Digital Twin

    LMI uses digital twin technology to help government agencies obtain visibility, achieve situational awareness, and improve enterprise-wide decisions. 

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    Our Team

    CDR Dude Underwood (Civil Engineer Corps, USN, Ret.)

    Dude Underwood serves as a principal of civil engineering within LMI’s logistics service line. In his current role, Dude is supporting the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s development of a new headquarters campus in St. Louis, MO.