What is the best technology in the world for this application?
- What do depots really need?
- A lot of solutions have been proposed for this problem:
- Which approach makes the most technical sense?
- Which has the best chance of going to production?
- What team will it take to really make it work?
- Where does this technology really stand on the Lab-to-Life Line?
- What time and money will it really take to bring it to production?
- We have developed a nifty new technology – who would want to license it?
- How can we stay abreast of change?
Our government services are focused on assisting agencies and programs to ensure that process development
and validation funds are used as cost-effectively as possible.
Our work concentrates on various aspects
of materials, including manufacture, repair, forming, coating, testing,
etc. Much, but not all,
is in the area of environmentally acceptable processing to replace existing
widely used, but problematic processes and materials.
new technologies to determine where they are on the Lab-to-Life Line,
and which options are the most likely to
succeed in meeting the practical needs of DoD or other agencies.
- Evaluate existing commercial technologies in order to fit them with needs, both to
determine which approaches are the most practical, and to eliminate those with serious deficiencies.
- Assemble the critical organizations and the best people into teams to solve a problem.
teams to ensure that work remains on track and goals are met in a
timely manner within budget constraints.
Unlike many government
contractors, we maintain both government and commercial business and
contracts. This ensures
that we are fully cognizant with all the available technology, materials,
experts, vendors, needs, and requirements across the spectrum of users
in DoD and private industry.