MRX provides advanced technologies specific to: AI, Medical, Defense, Intelligence, Sensors, Drone, Robotics, Aerospace, Material Science, Cyber-Security, Homeland Security, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Nanotechnology, Counter-Terrorism,Cyber-Warfare.
Monetizing global technological arbitrage by exploiting deficiencies and their trajectories within political, economic, corporate, intelligence and cyber systems.
In 2015, the MRX Global Holding Corporation remains privately held, with operations in over 125 Countries, comprised of more than 350 Corporations, employing over 14,000, generating annual revenues of $12.9B USD.
The MRX Group provides initial meeting and strategic alliance strategy consultations with Global Corporations, Heads of State, Ambassadors with Plenipotentiary Authorization, Governments and Lobbyists from $3M USD.
MRX Technologies provides global scientific, engineering, systems integration, technical services and advanced technological solutions to all branches of the U.S. Military, the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, the State Department, the Diplomatic Community, Intelligence Agencies, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and other U.S. Government Civil Agencies, as well as solving complex technical challenges requiring innovative solutions for customers in selected international commercial markets. MRX provides and assists Governments and Global Corporations with: Back Channel Special Envoy, Technological Diplomacy, Countermeasures for cyber, technological, corporate, industrial, commercial, intelligence, political, foreign government and economic espionage, Multinational Political, Diplomatic and Corporate Relations, Providing direction of international affairs to multinational corporations, Back Channel Diplomacy, Back Channel Diplomatic Strategies and Services, Technology Innovation for Intelligence Dominance, Achieving and maintaining global technological superiority.
Providing initiatives that identify, evaluate and commercialize technology for the specific goal of rapidly developing and deploying products and services that meet the specific operational requirements of the Department of Homeland Security's operating components.The molecular specific applications of the MRX Technology is accelerating innovations across numerous disciplines, transforming and reshaping the future of people, nations and business. The MRX Technology represents uniqueintrinsic remote physical and chemical capabilities which can be exploited for biological, biomedical and defense applications including detection, identification, tracking, targeting, remote molecular specific targeting and dissociation, remote radiative catalysis, remote molecular imaging, remote molecular analysis, medical diagnostics, molecular specific ablation via resonance absorption, novel molecular specific medical therapies and scientific applications within numerous disciplines. Providing advanced technologies to elevate Diplomatic Relations between Governments and promote goodwill, understanding, purpose, reason and living standards between populations.
MRX provides global support of Technological Diplomacy, International Relations, Back Channel Diplomacy, Back Channel Diplomatic Strategies and Services. Status: Public Company, Organized in 1976, Private Equity controlled since 1996. Government Contractor: Prime; DOD, DOE, Government Agencies.
Since the 1980's, Dr. Robert Beyster, Founder of SAIC and LEIDOS, has been instrumental in providing inspiration and direction of the MRX Technology and the Global MRX Group of Corporations.
During the first six years in Chicago, MRX was structured as an efficient global corporation based on models from the Pritzker Organization and Intelligence Agencies. Studying everything specific to Aristotle Onassis provided the "street smarts" and the harsh realities of successful international negotiations. Dr. Robert Beyster provided the corporate model for the optimum performance from every employee.
The Global Corporate Structure of MRX is an augmented derivative of the Pritzker, Onassis, intelligence agencies and SAIC models.