SURVICE Monograph 15-001 Critical to combat system survivability analysis is the ability to estimate the effects of threat-target interactions. However, this ability is particularly challenging given the inherent variability in the fundamental...
SURVICE Monograph 14-001 This monograph is intended to serve as an introduction to the topic of time series analysis, documenting numerous methods for analysis of ballistic data, such as pressure and acceleration. The methods have applicability...
The 2019 Joint Aircraft Survivability Program (JASP) Model Users Meeting (JMUM) will be held 9-11 July 2019 at the Conference Center of the Americas - U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), 9301 NW 33rd Street, Doral, FL. The purpose of this recurring
NDIA, in partnership with Purdue University, will host a comprehensive program on hypersonic systems. Together with government, industry, and academia, NDIA will present the technical foundations of hypersonic systems, the current approach to rapidly
On Monday, May 20, at the Capital Factory in Austin, TX, SURVICE employees Mark Butkiewicz (Applied Technology Operation Manager) and Ted Welsh (DSIAC Director) participated in a panel session focused on "Speed to Capability." The panel, which
October 14-18, Mountain View, CA – Mr. Eric Edwards, the Technical Publications Team Leader at SURVICE’s Aberdeen Area Operation, recently joined members of the BRL-CAD development team from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory to participate in the
SURVICE developed technology was recently showcased at the 2015 Navy Opportunity Forum. The event took place from June 1–3, 2015 in Crystal City, VA and previewed over 150 technologies funded in part by the Navy’s Small Business Innovative Research
On February 28, 2017, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) awarded SURVICE a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract. The Phase II effort will extend and enhance the implementation (started in Phase I) of our GPU