SURVICE provides weapon effects engineering and computer program development support for the Advanced Survivability Assessment Program (ASAP). Specifically, SURVICE supports the extension and modification of the ASAP, including development of and...
Conference Focus The 28th Annual National T&E Conference is focusing on proper role of T&E in our Defense System Requirements Process. This paper will address: What constitutes a set of valid (supportable), measureable (testable), realistic and...
The Missions and Means Framework (MMF) is an ideal structure for conducting trade studies. MMF has broad applicability in all aspects of the military decision-making and system acquisition process, from requirements development to Live Fire Testing...
Leveraging the strength-to-weight advantages of composite materials and unique manufacturing processes, the SURVICE Engineering Company and its manufacturing partner Automated Dynamics Corporation (ADC) have developed a composite electronics...
In support of the U.S. military’s ongoing critical need to make combat vehicles (particularly air systems) lighter while simultaneously maximizing their survivability and operational performance, SURVICE and partners Automated Dynamics Corporation...
Specializing in system safety, survivability, and effectiveness, the SURVICE Engineering Company is a small business that has provided the Department of Defense (DoD) and other customers with high-quality analytical products and services for more...
On April 10, SURVICE's Eric Whiteman (Director of Naval Programs) participated in the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division's (NSWC Crane) Advanced Planning Briefing to Industry (APBI). The purpose for the APBI was to provide a forum in which
Christiaan Gribble is a Principal Research Scientist in the SURVICE Engineering Company's Applied Technology Operation. He is also the Principal Investigator leading SURVICE's NVIDIA CUDA Research Center. Dr. Gribble's research explores the synthesis
The 2019 Aircraft Survivability Symposium is a SECRET//NOFORN event; attendees must hold at least a Secret clearance and be U.S. citizens. Please review the security clearance and gate access information page and submit your clearance information via
The 45th Armament Symposium Objectives include: Two-day interchange for senior DoD, Service and industry leadership to identify and share opportunities for DoD's armament innovation and discuss current and planned armament development modernization
PRESS RELEASE SURVICE ENGINEERING | ABERDEEN, MD USA SURVICE Engineering, partnered with Malloy Aeronautics, was awarded a U.S. Navy contract in support of the Marine Corps for five prototype units to conduct developmental field testing of the
Montreal, Canada - On May 22, 2014, during the 70th Annual Forum of the American Helicopter Society (AHS) International, SURVICE and New York-based Automated Dynamics announced the recent formation of a strategic partnership that will enable the
In collaboration with Intel Corporation, SURVICE announced a new radio frequency (RF) simulation model, called StingRay™ v1.0, at the Supercomputing 2014 (SC14) conference in New Orleans, LA, November 16–21, 2014. The model is an interactive
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
SURVICE will be attending Sea Air Space 2022 on April 4-6! This event brings together the U.S. defense industry and military decision makers. It includes informative educational sessions, speakers from top military leaders to industry experts
On April 4-6, SURVICE employees Clark Dutterer, Rodney Rhoades, Eric Whiteman, Mark Butkiewicz, Jordan Matthews, Chris Cosgrove, Ray Hall, and Victoria Arcilesi attended the Sea Air Space Conference and Exposition. The event, which took place at the
SURVICE’s Tim Farmer and Rick Luzetsky recently participated in the CEMA 2022 conference, with Rick giving a presentation on the EM-shielded composite material SURVICE recently developed and tested. SURVICE looks forward to supporting the CEMA
HARRY “RICK” LUZETSKY is a subject-matter expert at the SURVICE Engineering Company, with more than 30 years of experience in composites and more than 20 years of experience in survivability. With a specific expertise in design, test, and research
February 2016 – Some of SURVICE’s innovative composites research and development (R&D) efforts were recently featured in CompositesWorld magazine’s February OOA Supplement 2016. Written by magazine Editor-in-Chief Jeff Sloan, the article highlights
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