October 9, 2018 – The first hyperspectral images from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) Earth Sensing Imaging Spectrometer (DESIS) Hyperspectral Imager have been received and transmitted back to Earth from the International Space Station (ISS).
September 26, 2018- Teledyne Brown Engineering with sister companies Teledyne Energy Systems, Teledyne Reson and Teledyne SeaBotix, displayed multiple subsea solutions during the 2018 Advanced Naval Technology Exercise (ANTX) at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) Division in Newport, Rhode Island.
September 18, 2018 - Teledyne Brown Engineering, as a part of a team led by Adams Communications & Engineering Technology (ACET), was recently named as one of 15 awardees on the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) Information Analysis Center (IAC) contract. This Multiple Award Contract issued by the Department of Defense (DoD) has a $28 billion ceiling and a five-year base period with a total performance period of nine years if all options are exercised. For this contract, the team will provide research, development, and related services.
August 20, 2018 - Funding opportunity will provide researchers the ability to utilize TBE's Multi-User System for Earth Sensing platform, leveraging the extreme environment of space
August 14, 2018 – Teledyne Brown Engineering was announced as one of 23 companies awarded the Unmanned Undersea Vehicle Family of Systems IDIQ contract to further developments and technologies for undersea vehicles. Work under the UUV FOS contract will support research and development to design, develop, build, fabricate and test a family of unmanned undersea vehicles for the Navy.
July 27, 2018 - Teledyne Brown Engineering is pleased to announce their participation as part of the SNC-Lavalin team in the completion of Bellefonte Nuclear Generating Station in Hollywood, AL. Possible services to be provided by Teledyne Brown Engineering include engineering and technical expertise, which will consist of nuclear subject matter experts in the areas of engineering, design, licensing, maintenance, work controls, and equipment refurbishment.
July 9, 2018 - Teledyne Brown Engineering recently received a 3-Star Supplier Excellence Award from Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems business unit. TBE was one of 66 companies recognized by Raytheon’s Integrated Defense Systems business for 3-Star honors for our support of the seapower capabilities systems business.
June 29, 2018 - At 5:43 a.m. EDT, the DLR Earth Sensing Imaging Spectrometer (DESIS) successfully launched from Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 40 onboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 to the International Space Station. The instrument is scheduled to be unpacked onboard the ISS in the days following launch and prepared for installation on TBE’s Multi-User System for Earth Sensing (MUSES) platform. The German Aerospace Center’s hyperspectral instrument for environmental monitoring was developed by the DLR Institute of Optical Sensor Systems in cooperation with the U.S. Company Teledyne Brown Engineering (TBE). The first pictures from DESIS are expected to be taken in September of 2018.
June 27, 2018 - Teledyne Brown Engineering completed fabrication, assembly, and factory acceptance testing of two Active Worksite Interface (WIF) probe assemblies that arrived on the International Space Station (ISS) on May 24, 2018. They were assembled on June 5, 2018, and inserted in external ISS WIF sockets by astronauts during Extra Vehicular Activities (EVA) on June 14, 2018. The Active WIF probes will support installation of new high-definition cameras to capture spacecraft docking with the International Space Station, including new American-made spacecraft with scheduled test flights later this year.
June 19, 2018 - Teledyne Energy Systems is one of 10 companies selected by NASA to develop advanced technologies to collect, process and use space-based resources to enable human missions to the Moon and Mars under Appendix D of the agency’s Next Space Technologies for Exploration Partnership-2 (NextSTEP-2) Broad Agency Announcement (BAA). For this effort, NASA encouraged responders to find new applications for existing terrestrial technology that could result in lower costs for future human exploration missions in space. Teledyne Energy Systems has been selected to develop an impurity-tolerant electrolysis system to generate hydrogen and oxygen from water extracted from Lunar and Martian environments to sustain human life and fuel power systems.