On October 12, SURVICE employees Clark Dutterer, Rodney Rhoades, Tim Farmer, and Jordan Matthews attended the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) 2021 Annual Meeting and Exposition at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington
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
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
On Tuesday, October 27, SURVICE CTO & VP, Business Development, Clark Dutterer attended the National Security Innovation Network U.S. Navy/Marine Corps 5G Pitch Competition. The first part of the event featured keynote presentations outlining the U.S
SURVICE participated in the 2nd Annual Silverton Innovation Expo on August 28 - 30th at the Kendall Mountain Center in Silverton, CO. The Silverton Innovation Expo, which is hosted by the Mountain Studies Institute, intentionally targets pioneers
SURVICE will be exhibiting at the 13th annual Wright Dialogue with Industry (WDI) from July 17 to 19, 2018 at the Dayton Convention Center. The WDI event offers 3 days of in-depth and comprehensive presentations, panels, and one-on-one sessions
System is designed to universally interface with a vessel’s existing navigation equipment and autonomously deliver water depths seen by the vessel to a central server. Almost four years and 100 million soundings later, the concept is a reality.
In the 2013 September issue of MarineNews, writer Joe Keefe features SURVICE’s Autonomous Remote Global Underwater Surveillance (ARGUS™) technology and provides an update on its development and application. Most notably, since the magazine first