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NASA Chief Technologist Peck to Visit San Mateo Company Tuesday

SAN MATEO, Calif.April 13, 2012 Reporters are invited to join NASA Chief Technologist Mason Peck on Tuesday, April 17, during his visit to Stottler Henke in San Mateo, Calif. at 10:30 a.m. PDT. Stottler Henke has received more than 50 NASA Small Business Innovative Research awards since 1990 for their work in artificial intelligence solutions with software tools and robotics.

Reporters are invited to join Peck and company President Dick Stottler during the hour-long tour of the company. Officials will be available to speak with reporters during the event at Stottler Henke corporate headquarters, located at 951 Mariner’s Island Blvd., Suite 360, in San Mateo. There also will be a photo opportunity with officials during the tour.

Journalists wanting to attend the Stottler Henke tour must arrive at the company’s offices by 10:15 a.m. to obtain clearance.

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Founded in 1988, Stottler Henke Associates, Inc. applies artificial intelligence and other advanced software technologies to solve problems that defy solution using traditional approaches. The company delivers intelligent software solutions for education and training, planning and scheduling, knowledge management and discovery, decision support, and software development. In 2012, Stottler Henke, in a White House ceremony, was awarded the prestigious Tibbetts award, which honors small businesses for outstanding technical achievements and innovativeness. US Government agencies have designated ten Stottler Henke systems as Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) success stories. Four Stottler Henke systems have been included in Spinoff, NASA’s showcase of successful spinoff technologies. Stottler Henke was the subject of a NASA Hallmarks of Success video profile for its work developing and later commercializing advanced scheduling and training software systems. Stottler Henke received a “Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning” award for innovative technology. Stottler Henke was named one of the “Top 100” companies making a significant impact on the military training industry by Military Training Technology magazine for 2016 and eleven previous years. Stottler Henke has received a Blue Ribbon from Military Training Technology magazine, recognizing it as a company that leads the industry in innovation. Email:  Web: