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.
Huntsville, AL May 2, 2016 – Teledyne Brown Engineering has earned CEO Cancer Gold Standard™ re-accreditation for maintaining a strong commitment to the health of its employees and satisfying the latest, comprehensive requirements of the Gold Standard. The CEO Roundtable on Cancer, a nonprofit organization of CEOs, founded by former President George H.W. Bush,...
Teledyne Brown Engineering announces the addition of Scott Alexander as the Vice President of Business Development for the Western Region. Alexander will join the company’s Business Development and Strategic Acquisitions Group and work from the Colorado Springs office, leading strategies and partnerships to grow and maintain industry opportunities.
Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. (TBE) based in Huntsville, AL was named NASA’s Large Business Prime Contractor of the year for the Fiscal Year 2015. The announcement was made during the spring 2016 NASA Industry Forum meeting hosted by the agency’s Office of Small Business programs at NASA Headquarters in Washington DC. This award recognizes contractors for outstanding efforts in support of NASA’s mission. Nominations were received from all 10 NASA centers.
Advanced composites manufacturer Teledyne CML Composites has completed a NADCAP audit on its Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) practices with no major or minor Non-Conformance Reports (NCRs) identified.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – March 10, 2016 – The Alabama Remote Sensing Consortium (ARSC) has signed an agreement with Teledyne Brown Engineering (TBE) for the provision of hyperspectral data from the company’s Multi-User System for Earth Sensing (MUSES), an Earth-observation platform built for use on the International Space Station (ISS). The ARSC, comprised of researchers from Alabama A&M University, Auburn University, and The University of Alabama in Huntsville, will use the data to pursue collaborative opportunities in education, research, and outreach with emphasis on remote sensing technology and applications.