Capabilities

    Scientic’s demonstrated experience extends from scientific exploration through production. Scientic’s scientists study environment induced failures; explore new concepts and theories; execute and interpret environmental models; develop designs and materials; and collaborate with engineers to implement new solutions.

    Scientic engineers apply systems engineering principles to develop and validate prototypes, test methodologies, and system design specifications.

     

    Our Capabilities include:

    PROCESS: System engineering processes to manage research, engineering, prototyping, and testing tasks regardless of size or complexity.

    KNOWLEDGE: Education and experience in radiation hardening technologies, nuclear phenomenology, analysis of wave-particle instabilities, space environment modeling, mechanical design, high energy lasers, electronic warfare, and optics.

    PERSONNEL: Scientists and engineers with experience in the theory, design, production, and testing.

    FACILITIES: Laboratories, prototype facilities, circuit design, and testing.

    FLEXIBILITY: Proven ability to provide qualified individuals and equipment on demand.

    RESPONSIVENESS: Demonstrated ability to manage complex tasks within budget, schedule, and performance expectations.

    EXPERIENCE: Proven ability to deliver effective and affordable solutions for military and commercial applications.

    Component Engineering
    Electronic system designs must exhibit first-time quality and meet the highest reliability standards for a long and useful life span.  A comprehensive Component Engineering program controls the selection, application and procurement of electrical and mechanical parts, materials and processes to ensure system quality, reliability, and reduce system costs.

    Component Engineering Tasks:

     During Product Development

    1. Establish Program Requirements

    2. Component and Supplier Selection/Qualification

    3. Bill of Material Analysis

    • a. Risk Identification, Assessment, and Mitigation
    • b. Component Obsolescence
    • c. Counterfeit Part Prevention

    4. Procurement Documentation

    5. Design/Application Engineering Support

    6. Reliability Calculations

    During Manufacturing

    1. Regulations and Requirements Compliance Analysis

    2. Alternate and Second Sourcing

    3. Component Failure Analysis

    4. Problem Resolution via the 8-D Methodology

    5. PCN/EOL Review and Support

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    Development - System Survivability and Reliability Engineering

    Modeling of Space Environments for Satellites and Interceptors

    • Radiation Environment Flow-down Calculations and Requirements Analysis
    • Nuclear and Natural Environment Survivability Assessments
    • Parts, Materials, Processes Tracking and Radiation Performance Assessments
    • EMP (SGEMP, IEMP, HEMP, etc) Analysis
    • Radiation Response Analysis Tool Creation
    • Radiation Test of Electronic, Optical Systems, Parts, and Materials
    • Mechanical Design, Modeling, and Simulation
    • Systems Engineering and Program Management
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    Directed Energy- High Energy Laser

    Scientic supports the USA SMDC High Energy Laser Project office in Program Development, Program Management, and Field Testing. Scientic has a long history of High Energy Laser program involvement that reaches back to the early 90’s and includes:

    Government Program Management

    Nautilus '93-'96
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    HELSTF Infastructure SHORAD
    MODS: Early 90's
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    C Mine & UXO
    REECE II: '08-'10
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    Iraq '10 Counter IED
    Zeus: '96-'04
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    Afghanistan '03 C mIne & UXO
    Zeus: '05-'06
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    Iraq '05 Counter IED
    REECE III: '09-'10
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    Iraq '05 Counter IED
    THEL ACT/Test Bed: '96-present
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    SHORAD
    METHEL: '01-'05
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    Afghanistan '03 C mIne & UXO
    Laser Avenger '07-'08
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    C UXO, IED & Static UAV
    Laser Avenger: '08-'10
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    Counter UAV

    Program Management Support and Contractor Test Team Lead

    HELM MD: '09-'Future
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    C UAS/CM/RAM
    • Planned 50-100 Kilowatt Class Laser
    • Compact, Agile Beam Director
    • 360 degree full skycoverage
    • High Precision Aquisistion, Track and Point Sensors; Target Ranging
    • Single Operator with WarFighter-Machine Interface
    • Tactical Mobility
    • mature battle Management
    • Nov/dec 11:Successful SHEL Demo
    • Nov/Dec 13: high Power (10 kW0 Field tests against OSR, UAS, Morters and others
    • Future: Best of Breed 50-100 kW SSL
    In addition to Programmatic support, Scientic is the Test Team Lead and a Major Laser Test Measurement System Developer for HEL MD/HELMTT. As an example, Scientic developed a cost effective solution to measuring the laser beam irradiance on target for high energy lasers.
    Monochrome Camera with Filter Stack
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    Results from LBADS Software
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    Target Board with witness plates
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    Power in bucket vs Diameter
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    Scientic has extensive capabilities and experience in supporting test events at government test ranges.

    •  Pacific Range – Pt. Mugu/China Lake
    •  Eglin Air Force Base (EAFB)
      • HEL Weapon System Humid Atmospheric Performance Testing – HEL MD
    • White Sands Missile Range (WSMR) 
      • Aboveground High Explosive Testing – Stallion Range
      • HEL Weapon System Testing/Test Bed Dev. – HELSTF – THEL, HEL TD, HEL-MD
      • RF  Weapons Detection System Testing (RF-WDST
    • Yuma – RF-WDST
    • Naval Weapons Support Center Panama City and Gulf of Mexico – RF Communications
    • Redstone Test Center – HELMTT HEL Testing

    Contact Us

    700 Odyssey Drive, Suite 105
    Huntsville AL
    35806
    USA
    Phone:
    (256) 319-0800

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