Provide analytical support of evaluations including, but not limited to, assistance in evaluation and analysis planning and methodology, preparing and reviewing test and evaluation documentation, data reduction and analysis support on-site during
Purpose The purpose of DSIAC is to inform DoD and federal government users of technology advancements to stimulate innovation, foster collaboration, and eliminate redundancy. Mission The mission of DSIAC is to generate, collect, analyze, synthesize...
It is critically important that today’s modern weapon systems demonstrate good reliability, availability, and maintainability (RAM) characteristics. Poor system RAM has a profound impact on mission performance and effectiveness, survivability...
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
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
The Mechanical Design Reliability Course (MDRC) is a practical application of fundamental mechanical engineering to system and component reliability. Designed for the practitioner, this course covers the theories of mechanical reliability and
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