25 Years of Critical Services
Since the company’s founding in 1989, Savi has held a unique and special position helping to secure the United States and its Allies. Savi first helped protect our men and women in uniform during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm by providing visibility into the movement of critical shipments throughout the military’s supply chain. On a more personal note, our technology was (and continues to be) used to track the effects of soldiers wounded or killed in battle, dramatically reducing misplacement of those items. Savi expanded our partnership with the Federal Government, culminating with Thomas Joseph “Tom” Ridge joining the company’s Board of Directors after serving as the first Secretary of Homeland Security.
Savi has continued to invest in new technology and intellectual property in order to better protect our men and women in uniform. Savi currently holds 115 domestic and foreign patents, and we have invented a number of mission-critical technologies that have all become staples of U.S. and Allied militaries. Nothing demonstrates Savi’s commitment to innovation more than its patent portfolio. Examples of patents Savi holds include secure tracking of intermodal containers and public key encryption. Today, the Federal Government continues to rely on Savi solutions which are being used to track and secure items for the treatment of Ebola in West Africa.