AMRDECAviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center (US Army Aviation and Missile Command)
AMRDECArmy Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center (US Army)
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'We specifically kept the name SAFE because we wanted people to associate it with the AMRDEC product and this was the follow-on to AMRDEC SAFE,' said Mark Youmans, DISA enterprise-wide services development division chief.
Under the SUMIT contract, IST human systems engineers and simulation developers will integrate innovative and advanced Manned Unmanned Teaming (MUMT) enabling technologies onto the AMRDEC's Future Open Rotorcraft Cockpit Environment simulator.
Dan Bailey, programme director for the JMRTD initiative at the US Army's AMRDEC facility told Armada that flight demonstrations of the two JMRTD aircraft are planned to continue through to 2019.
AMRDEC has the mission to develop technology and engineering solutions for America's Soldiers.
MORE is a government-owned engineering analytical obsolescence and DMSMS management information system developed and maintained by AMRDEC. MORE centralizes work flow for researching the status of electronic parts; accessing availability data, analysis results, and discontinuance alerts; and compiling and disseminating of information gleaned from subject-matter experts.
Although no single system will negate every conceivable UAS threat, the AMRDEC CMIC system, or a more advanced system like it, appears to be the best system today to solving the wicked problem of hostile UAS interference.
The director of the AMRDEC is looking to MBSE as the "ultimate cool way" to capture the excitement and interest of emerging researchers and scientists to collaborate and think holistically to capture "a single evolving computer model" (Haduch, 2015, p.
The AMRDEC, in collaboration with the Corpus Christi Army Depot, is also working to demonstrate the benefits of laser additive manufacturing technologies for the restoration, reclamation, and reutilization of high-value aviation assets located at the Storage, Analysis, Failure Evaluation, and Reclamation facility.
Having proved the principle by blowing up neodymium magnets (like the ones in headphones), the Army's Aviation and Missile Research Development and Engineering Center (Amrdec) have moved on to lead zirconate titanate magnets.
--Strykers equipped with Protectors are deployed to Iraq.--The Javelin anti-tank missile, in cooperation between KONGSBERG and AMRDEC (Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center), is successfully fired from the RWS while both stationary and on the move.
The Xserve G5 supercluster system is expected to be on-line and working for the Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC) division of the US Army Research and Development Command by late Fall.