Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. based in Huntsville, AL, was one of eight companies awarded contracts for the Design, Development, Demonstration and Integration (D3I) Domain 1 program by the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command (USASMDC/ARSTRAT) worth up to $3.038 billion.
Teledyne Brown Engineering was selected as the 2016 NASA Small Business Industry Awards Agency-Level winner for the Mentor Protégé of the Year. This award was based on the Mentor Protégé Agreement established with the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV), a minority-serving institution, and was presented during the recent spring NASA Industry Forum (NIF) meeting.
Teledyne Brown Engineering has been contracted by NASA to conduct the installation and set-up of the ground station for the ESP Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R Series (GOES-R) now in orbit. The company and its partner, Enterprise Electronics Corporation (EEC), are installing a high-performance Ground Station which is a turnkey system that receives and processes data from the GOES-R Meteorological Satellite. This system is designed to ingest the real-time data stream from all six instruments flown on the GOES-R. The system includes the 6 meter dish antenna, acquisition workstations, high-speed data processing workstations, and visualization workstations which will allow NASA scientists to fully utilize the capabilities of the new GOES-R satellite.
December 1, 2016 Huntsville AL Teledyne Brown Engineering employees have recently come together to support the Downtown Rescue Mission in multiple ways as a part of their companywide giving campaign over the holiday season. As a corporate sponsor, the company donated $2500 and actively promoted support for the organization’s Thanksgiving food box packing event. Numerous employees donated and transported hundreds of food items to stock the Downtown Rescue Mission’s pantry for the holiday. A large group of volunteers then gathered to assist with the packing of 750 boxes containing a Thanksgiving meal to be distributed to families in need around the Huntsville area.
Teledyne Brown Engineering is pleased to announce the addition of Chris Crumbly to its Business Development and Strategic Acquisitions Group as the Vice President of Business Development for Civil and Commercial Space.
The recent October 17th launch of NASA flight OA-5 included space flight hardware developed and integrated in Huntsville, AL by Teledyne Brown Engineering. The hardware, called the Solidification Using a Baffle in Sealed Ampules, or SUBSA, was one of the first materials science experiments on the ISS in 2002 and was operated inside the Microgravity Science Glovebox which is also operated and maintained by Teledyne Brown Engineering. The company has since refurbished the SUBSA hardware for NASA which was delivered to Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas one month ahead of schedule in September....
Huntsville, AL – Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. has been recognized as a Platinum-Level Fit-Friendly Worksite by the American Heart Association for helping employees eat better and move more. This is the highest level achievable in the program of which the company has been a participant for 7 years.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (August 2016) – Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. was awarded a follow-on contract to maintain and enhance their suite of medical planning tools, including the Joint Medical Planning Tool (JMPT) and the Medical Planners’ Toolkit (MPTk) with the Naval Health Research Center (NHRC) under the Naval Medical Logistics Command (NMLC) contract vehicle. The contract has a potential value of $19.9 million over 5 years and will create several new positions as the contract grows.
Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc., a Huntsville, AL based Teledyne Technologies Incorporated company, is celebrating its progress on the Objective Simulation Framework (OSF) program and was recently selected as the Framework of Record for the Missile Defense Agency’s (MDA’s) GTI-06 Part 2 Test Event. This is a significant milestone for the MDA’s evolution of the OSF where Teledyne Brown Engineering (TBE) is the Prime contractor.
Teledyne Brown Engineering hosted 14 students from the Earnest Pruett Center of Technology (EPCOT) in Hollywood, AL, in April to view the finished hardware they built for the Launch Vehicle Stage Adapter (LVSA) program. This effort is part of the High School Students United with NASA to Create Hardware (HUNCH) Program, an educational outreach effort to provide curriculum to motivate and challenge students to continue studies that may lead to work supporting NASA programs. The opportunity lets students see how specific knowledge and skills are applied in the work place to produce space related hardware and software to meet real world requirements.