Category: Press Release

TechFlow to Provide Performance-Based Logistics Services to the Transportation Security Administration

San Diego, CA, February 14, 2019 –(– TechFlow, a forward-thinking logistics and digital services solutions company, has been selected by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to implement and operate a comprehensive performance based logistics (PBL) program to sustain Government-certified Explosives Detection Systems (EDS) deployed and operated by TSA at over 270 airports and government-designated facilities throughout the United States and its territories. The single-award, fixed price contract has a six-month base period, and a total period of performance of 5 years if all options are exercised. The total contract value, with options, is approximately $967M.

TSA is charged with the critical mission of protecting the nation’s transportation systems to ensure freedom of movement for people and commerce. Doing so requires constant vigilance, the ability to rapidly respond to and predict evolving threats and challenges, and a strong culture of innovation.

“TechFlow understands these requirements and shares TSA’s innovation culture,” said TechFlow’s COO Mark Carter. “We are honored to be entrusted with this important program and look forward to partnering with TSA to pioneer new approaches in logistics management.”

TechFlow views TSA’s contract as an opportunity to showcase best practices in EDS asset sustainment. “The investment TSA has made in EDS and the viability of these systems mandates an equally invested partner who is committed to continuous improvement and who brings a forward-leaning vision and approach,” said TechFlow’s CEO Robert Baum. “We are extremely excited to support TSA and their critical mission.”

About TechFlow
TechFlow is a 25-year old, employee owned organization defined by innovation, openness, and agility. The company supports government and commercial sector as system developers, integrators, and optimizers in the areas of national security, logistics, and digital services. The company is headquartered in San Diego, CA with offices throughout the continental United States and Puerto Rico.

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Robert Baum
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Cynthia Guiang
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Chepiok Studio Releases Workout Export for iPhone to Automatically Export the Workouts Recorded on the Apple Watch in Strava

Grenoble, France, February 14, 2019 –(– Chepiok Studio releases Workout Export for iPhone. Available worldwide on the AppStore for $1.99. It’s the answer to a simple need, until now unsolved, to automatically export the workouts recorded on the Apple Watch in Strava.

You only need your Apple Watch during sports activities, and once back close to the iPhone, the application automatically exports them to Strava (even in background).

Stéphane, its creator, explain why he created Workout Export: “My Apple Watch was enough powerful to record all my workouts but I was frustrated to not find them in Strava! Now Workout Export can handle this for me and I can run light without installing heavy applications neither bringing the iPhone with me during my activities.”

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Full list of features:
– Automatic or manual export workout to Strava (requires a free Strava account)
– Export running, cycling, swimming, walking, rowing workouts
– Export GPS route and heart rate when available (starting from Watch series 2).
– Export indoor workout on treadmill or training bike
– Export GPS route as a GPX or KML file in order to be imported in any other mapping software
– Export any workout visible in Health app, including the one created by a third party tracking application.

Contact Information:
Chepiok Studio
Stéphane Mégy
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