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Colorado Engineering provides highly advanced engineering products and services in the areas of hi-tech software, hardware, system, and subsystem design engineering. We offer engineering expertise for full-scale programs as well as rapid prototype initiatives.


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Who is Colorado Engineering?

CEI is certified as a women’s business enterprise by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the nation’s largest third-party certifier of the businesses owned and operated by women in the U.S. CEI is located in Colorado Springs. We focus on: Modeling in Matlab, STK, Microwave Office & CST ; Software design from J2EE to device drivers; Hardware (Digital, RF, Firmware, FPGAs, A/D, DAC, GPUs, CPUs) boards to systems; and Systems Engineering (radar, communications, EW/ELINT, SIGINT, DSP).



As an NVIDIA preferred solution provider, CEI knows how to deliver quick solutions for commercial, industrial, medical and networking applications. We specialize in NVIDIA GPUs from Tesla to Quadro to Tegra and Altera FPGAs from MAX to Cyclone to Arria to Stratix. We really shine when combining FPGAs and GPUs for the most demanding HPC and Enterprise applications to deeply embedded systems.


Military & Aerospace

From its start, CEI has been and continues to deliver cutting edge solutions for the US military. CEI's hallmark product is a C-Band AESA Radar used for the Airborne Sense and Avoid system. From large software systems to server based systems to deeply embedded and rugged computing systems, CEI engineers innovate to provide clients with a competitive advantage.


C-ABSAA (Common-Airborne Sense & Avoid)

This U.S. Air Force video explains how Sense and Avoid (SAA) technology contributes to the safe integrated flight of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in national/international air space, which is a major DoD objective. Colorado Engineering is a major contributor to this technology.

Project Soli

Project Soli is developing a new interaction sensor using radar technology. The sensor can track sub-millimeter motions at high speed and accuracy. It fits onto a chip, can be produced at scale and built into small devices and everyday objects. Colorado Engineering contributed to this technology.