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Press Release - July 1, 2008.

Millennium Integrated Services Inc (MIS 2000 Inc.) 3800 Howard Hughes Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89169 recently announced a contract award for "Advanced Diesel Engine Algorithm". This contract will be used to validate the ability to apply specific learning algorithms to the needs of Condition Based Maintenance, for Ground vehicles. The contract was awarded by the Tank Automotive Research and Engineering Center of RDECOM, through V.S.E. Corporation of Alexandria, VA.

The ultimate goal of this effort is to provide a platform to validate efficient, cost effective solutions for real time predictive maintenance capability for the land vehicles. The concept of (CBM) condition based maintenance has been successfully applied within the military for high cost items such as airframes. The problem has been to develop an affordable, effective approach for the hundreds of thousands of aging military ground vehicles. MIS 2000/Global Defense will leverage its years of experience in research in anomaly detection and vehicle simulation from the automotive industry in predictive maintenance approaches that tie vehicle faults to back-end systems such as On-Star that will be applied to military sustainability issues to show the benefits of these technologies.

We are thankful to the many years of hard work by NV Engineers and Scientists to bring this award to NV declared Retired Congressman Jim Bilbray, an Advisory Board member of MIS 2000 Inc. He adds further "Our congratulations are due to Senator Reid, Congresswoman Berkley, Congressman Porter and their able staff for their advice and help". Military contracts like the one awarded to MIS 2000, help Nevada immensely in creating high paying scientific and software related jobs announced Sommer Hollingowrth, President of the Nevada Development Authority, in Las Vegas, NV. Due to the requirements of "Diesel Automotive Technology" mandated by the US ArmyTARDEC (Tank Automotive Research Development Engineering Command), the work will be shared with the sister company of Global Defense Electronics in Southfield, MI.

The research funded through this contract will lead to substantial improvements in fuel economy and vehicle sustainability costs for the commercial ground vehicle industry enunciated Jerry Rivard, (former President of Bendix Electronics Group) and now President of Global Technology in Business Development located in Bloomfield Hills, MI.

Contact bwiebe@geltd.net for more information.