July 23, 2019 – TBE delivered one of its latest Space Station experiments, the Ring Sheared Drop (RSD), to NASA. RSD will study the formation of the amyloid fibrils that are found in the brain tissues of patients suffering from neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s. On Earth, container walls and heat convection affect the formation of the fibrils. Scientists want to run the experiments in microgravity where there is no heat driven convection and where liquids form into a spherical drop, thus eliminating the need for a container. For this experiment, Teledyne Brown Engineering designed the hardware from initial concept, fabricated and assembled the flight hardware, and created the software that allows the hardware to be controlled from the ground.
July 19, 2019 – Dr. Erek Withee is joining Teledyne Brown Engineering as its Chief Engineer, and will work from the company’s headquarters in Huntsville, Alabama. In this position, Dr. Withee will be the engineering leader for Teledyne Brown Engineering, and assume responsibility for engineering practices and the coordination of the engineering workforce to meet program goals across the company. He will also lead the integration of resources company-wide, monitor technical performance, and serve as the technical leader for the company with external customers.
July 1, 2019 – Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems business unit recently presented a 4 Star Supplier Excellence Award to Teledyne Brown Engineering at a ceremony held during their supplier conference in Boston, MA. Raytheon’s IDS business unit instituted the annual Supplier Excellence Awards program to recognize suppliers who have provided outstanding service and partnership in exceeding customer requirements.
May 31, 2019 - NASA recently certified Kaila Myrick as a Microgravity Science Glovebox (MSG) Facility Operator. Kaila was the first student from Alabama State University (ASU) and the second flight controller to obtain certification as a part of a Mentor Protégé Agreement (MPA) between Teledyne Brown Engineering and ASU. The MPA, signed under Teledyne Brown Engineering’s Mission Operations and Integration (MO&I) Contract, allows the University and students participating in the program to receive assistance in developing multi-media training for the International Space Station (ISS) Payload Ground Support Personnel and Payload Developers.
May 1, 2019 - The Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC) has announced that Teledyne Brown Engineering along with the Department of State, Department of Defense, Department of Energy and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) are recipients of the 2019 Interagency Partnership Award.
February 22, 2019 - Teledyne Brown Engineering held a ribbon cutting ceremony for its new High Bay Manufacturing Building on their main campus in Huntsville, AL. This facility will support work across the company’s multiple business areas, and provide the capability to manufacture larger hardware and increased quantities.
February 19, 2019 - Teledyne Energy Systems, Inc. has successfully demonstrated its fuel cell power system (FCPS) at the Narragansett Bay Test Facility in Newport, Rhode Island, and the General Atomics Subsea Power test facility in San Diego, California. The demonstration at the Narragansett Bay Test Facility included powering a resident remote operated vehicle (ROV) while it performed ship husbandry activities such as ship hull inspections.
February 7, 2019 - Teledyne Brown Engineering announces Captain (Ret.) Peter DeMane has joined its Business Development and Acquisitions group as the Director of Business Development for the National Capital Region. Based in Alexandria, Virginia, DeMane will lead business development activities to assist with growth across all business units: Maritime Systems, Geospatial, Mission Systems, Space, and Energy.
January 22, 2019 - The U.S. Navy has announced Teledyne Brown Engineering as one of the awardees on the SeaPort Next Generation (NxG) contract vehicle. The five-year contract has an additional five-year option and a total value of up to $50 billion for all awardees. This contract vehicle allows participants to bid on tasks for engineering, scientific and technical support services for the Navy.
October 22, 2018– Teledyne Brown Engineering 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 $9.8 million over 2 years.