On June 4th, 2018, SURVICE participated in the 11th Annual GOLF4STEM Education Tournament, which was hosted by The Northeastern Maryland Technology Council (NMTC). This tournament raises funds for STEM initiatives in the surrounding community. This
SURVICE Engineering sponsored and participated in the 11th Annual TAPS Golf Tournament which took place on September 13th, 2018 at Ruggles Golf Course, APG, MD. The event raised funds for the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS). TAPS, a
Key Features LaserFX is an interactive high-energy laser (HEL) lethality assessment tool used at the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Directed Energy Effects Branch (RDLE). Supports the existing assessment process and enhances productivity...
SURVICE is developing LaserFX, a set of tools used by the Air Force Research Laboratory Directed Energy Directorate (AFRL/RDLE) for the assessment of vulnerability to laser effects. LaserFX employs fast ray-tracing techniques, advanced physically...
The featured article in the March issue of Manufacturing Engineering magazine discusses the growing importance of metrology equipment in the field of aircraft manufacturing. The article also features several innovative technologies, including SURVICE...
The featured article in the March issue of Manufacturing Engineering magazine discusses the growing importance of metrology equipment in the field of aircraft manufacturing. The article also features several innovative technologies, including SURVICE
A few months ago, SURVICE broke ground on its new Drone Research Facility, which will house our Applied Technology Operation (ATO). Since then, construction crews have been working feverishly to raise the building. The new facility will support the
Taught by former OSD Director of Live Fire for DOT&E, Mr. James F. O’Bryon, this 3-day, intensive Short Course takes a multifaceted look at the legislation, directives, requirements, preparation, execution numerous lessons learned from Live Fire
Join Christiaan Gribble (SURVICE Applied Technology Operation) on April 12-16 to discover RTX-enabled ray tracing for nongraphics applications as he presents an overview of our ray-based simulation research and development network. This conference is
The need for a standardized, ray-based simulation application programming interface (API) is stronger than ever. As such, an API will facilitate the expanding role of ray tracing throughout scientific workflows, from data evaluation and insight