Addison’s Lone Star Analysis Expands Global Footprint with New Office in England

Lone Star—a fast-growing provider of leading-edge predictive and prescriptive analytics and Evolved AI for aerospace, defense, and more—said the new office provides better access to more markets and enhanced service to an expanding overseas customer base.

Addison-based Lone Star Analysis has opened a new office in England’s Lincoln, Lincolnshire, a strategic move it said underscores the firm’s commitment to serving customers in the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth, Europe, and the Middle East.

Robin Adlam

Lone Star, a provider of leading-edge predictive and prescriptive analytics and Evolved AI for aerospace, defense, and more, said the new office provides better access to those markets and enhanced service to an expanding customer base.

“It’s been an exciting opportunity to launch Lone Star in the U.K.,” Managing Director Robin Adlam said in a statement. “We’re currently building an expert team and working hand-in-hand with customers to ensure our solutions are addressing their needs. We look forward to contributing to the thriving ecosystem of innovation in Lincolnshire and continue on our growth trajectory.”

Lone Star said it has identified partnership opportunities within the Lincoln Science and Innovation Park.

The company said those partnerships encompass strategic corporate relationships and engagement with nearby higher education institutions that are expected to be a valuable source of talent for the company.

UK connections pave the way for strategic expansion

Lone Star said it serves seven customers in the U.K. and Europe across the defense, health, space, and energy sectors. It also has well-established relationships with organizations such as the UK Ministry of Defence, SeaDrill, NHS, and One Web.

Lone Star said that in its ongoing commitment to deliver advanced analytics and AI, the company has found that its solutions are most powerful when the company can closely collaborate with customers and end users.

It said that Lincoln’s proximity to important U.K. Ministry of Defence locations, such as the Waddington air base, makes it an ideal hub for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance. The Lincolnshire area also hosts most of the frontline RAF fighter capability in England.

Lone Star said the strategic location also offers easy access to customers in London and Aberdeen, Scotland.

The Lincolnshire office will offer full delivery capability to serve U.K. customers locally, Lone Star said.

The company said it has established a board of directors and developed new applications for the U.K. market, not currently available elsewhere.

Adlam, a former Royal Air Force fighter pilot and the UK Air Attaché at the U.K. Embassy in Washington, leads Lone Star Analysis LTD. The company said his extensive background in military aviation and business leadership positions him as a driving force in the company’s expansion efforts.

Lone Star said its selection of Lincoln aligns with its strategic expansion in other locations, including Patuxent River, Maryland, in the United States and Oslo, Norway.

Dallas Innovates wrote about Lone Star last February in a story about how Dallas-Fort Worth has become a hotbed of artificial intelligence technology.

One month earlier, Lone Star Analysis won a 2023 Innovation Award from Dallas Innovates and D CEO in the category of Innovation in AI and Machine Learning.

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