CONTRACTS

ATOM4 (Aerospace Testing and Facilities Operations and Maintenance)

Supports two primary facilities operated by the Aeronautics and the Exploration Technology Directorates at Ames -- the Unitary Plan Wind Tunnels and the Arc Jet Complex. These facilities support a variety of programs and projects for NASA, other Government agencies, and the private sector. Test Facilities include, but are not limited to, test chambers, operating systems, drive systems, instrumentation, data acquisition systems and model mounts. Support facilities are the auxiliaries, model preparation areas, and other support systems devoted to one or more facilities.


Customer – NASA
Location – AMES Research Center; Mountain View, CA
Teammate Principal – Sey Ghamari

OMES II (Omnibus Multidiscipline Engineering Services)

Aerodyne provides engineering support for all projects related to future space and science missions.

Customer – NASA

Location – Goddard Space Flight Center; Greenbelt, MD

Teammate Principal – Carl McManus

BOSS (Base Operations & Spaceport Services)

Supporting operations and maintenance of facilities, systems, equipment and utilities for launches at Kennedy Space Center including Configuration Management, IT Management, Systems Engineering, Electrical, Mechanical & SW Engineering, Property Management, Safety and Quality Engineering, Procurement and Logistics.

Customer – NASA

Location - Kennedy Space Center; Merritt Island, FL

Teammate Principal – Al Studt

 

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Emergency location markers can be a lifesaver >

A hearty welcome to our BOSS teammates >

DSN (Deep Space Network) 

Aerodyne team supports operation and maintenances of the NASA Deep Space Network complex in Goldstone, Calif.; the network's Deep Space Operations Center at JPL; and a facility in Monrovia, Calif., that provides numerous support functions and coordinates among the three Deep Space Network complexes around the world. The Deep Space Network is a lifeline to more than 30 spacecraft in deep space that are sending down unique science data about places like the surface of Mars and the far reaches of our solar system. The Deep Space Network is now sending commands and receiving data from a fleet of robotic spacecraft that includes NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars, the Spitzer Space Telescope, the Saturn explorer Cassini and the two Voyager spacecraft, which are more than 9 billion miles (14 billion kilometers) away from Earth. The 230-foot (70-meter) antenna at Goldstone has also used its radar to generate radar images of asteroids, including 1998 QE2, which made a distant flyby of Earth in May 2013.

Customer – NASA

Location – NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Goldstone, CA

Teammate Principal – Sey Ghamari

ESSCA (Engineering Services and Science Capabilities Augmentation)

Aerodyne provides a variety of engineering disciplines from Stress Analysis, Systems Engineering, Propulsion Testing, Simulation Development, GNC Support, Software Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Mechanical Testing, and Ground Operations Support for the SLS Program. 

Customer – NASA

Location – Marshall Space Flight Center; Huntsville, AL

Teammate Principal – Sherrie Beal

IRES (Integrated Research Development for Enterprise Solutions)

Missile Defense Agency's overarching goal of supporting the warfighter and its mission to develop, test, and field an integrated, layers, missile defense system is critically important to the safety, defense, and security of the United States and our Allies. The Integrated Research & Development for Enterprise Solutions (IRES) contract provides integrated solutions supporting concurrent test, training and operations of our nation's missile defense system of systems.

Customer - Missile Defense Agency

Locations – Schreiver AFB, CO; Redstone Arsenal, AL; Fort Belvoir, VA; Fort Greely, AK

Teammate Principal – Mike Schmidt

 

Article Downloads:

IRES Pineapple event postponed due to weather

IRES hosts fiesta in Colorado Springs!

JETS (JSC Engineering Technology and Science Contract)

Provides all forms of engineering support to the Engineering Directorate at JSC from hardware development, testing and qualification, to sustaining and operations, to engineering and flight analysis. In addition, the JETS contract provides primary support to the ISS Research and Technology Directorate for all forms of science activities, from Lunar sample curation, to orbital debris tracking, to science research and discovery.

Customer – NASA

Location – Johnson Space Center; Houston, TX

Teammate Principal – Robin Osborn

 

Article Downloads:

Aaron Rose and Taylor Stanzel honored for SpaceX-16 launch support >

Brian Neumann and Achilles Soukis awarded for support to CPAS team >

JETS Kanishka de Silva first to Platinum! >

John Tran receives engineering department quarterly award >

MSOC (Mission Systems Operations Contract)

Our team provides technical, managerial and administrative work needed to ensure the availability, integrity, reliability and security of the Flight Operations Directorate’s (FOD) Mission Systems supporting National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) space flight programs requiring mission operations support. The objective of this contract is to maintain and improve safe, secure, effective, and cost efficient operations of the Mission Systems.  

 

Customer – NASA

Location – Johnson Space Center; Houston, TX

Teammate Principal – Geetha Alagappan

 

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Six Orion Software teammates receive team excellence awards >

SMAEC (Safety & Mission Assurance Engineering Contract II)

Aerodyne provides subsystem engineering expertise in the area of system safety and reliability for the NASA International Space Station (ISS), Commercial Visiting Vehicles (including crewed vehicles), Orion and Gateway Programs, and Extravehicular Activities (EVA). We evaluate systems engineering solutions to technical issues, perform and provide inputs to Hazard analyses and Failure analyses and evaluate and assess risks associated with new designs, existing system and payload hardware, and ongoing ISS Real-time Operations.

Customer – NASA

Location - Johnson Space Center; Houston, TX

Teammate Principal – Adrian Sanderlin

SMOMS (Satellite Mission Operations and Maintenance Support)

SMOMS collects, processes, and distributes environmental satellite data and derived products about Earth's atmosphere, oceans, and land. We are responsible for monitoring and controlling the operation of 17 satellites and 5 ground facilities. We compile polar and geostationary satellite imagery to produce more than 100,000 imagery and data products every day for all users, including the National Weather Service, National Hurricane Center, the DoD, universities, airlines, and foreign weather services (Europe, Japan, Australia, Canada)

 

Customer – NOAA/OSPO Federal Customer

Location – Suitland, MD; College Park, MD

Teammate Principal – Clay Davenport

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Meet our new VP of Program Development >

TOSC (Test Operation Support Contract)

Aerodyne has Program Level IT responsibilities on TOSC and plays a key role in the development of ground launch processing. This includes Software, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering IT Management, Cyber Security, System Administration, Network and Software Engineering, Desktop IT Support, Project Management, Safety and Quality Engineering, Procurement and Logistics. 

Customer – NASA

Location - Kennedy Space Center; Merritt Island, FL 

Teammate Principal – Ralph Rohloff 

Article Downloads:

TOSC Engineer Clif McCormick receives NASA’s prestigious Space Flight Awareness Award >

Duo Earn SFA Trailblazer Awards >

TOSC Manager Ellen Brown promotes Aerodyne in the great Southwest>

John McClelland receives "Go the Extra Mile" (GEM) Award >

Katrine Stelges Finalist for Outstanding Woman Engineer of the Year Award>

President's Award presented to Joseph Jones >

Sandy Newfang received NASA's Inaugural GEM Award >

Teamwork - C3 Transition/Steering Team: Marianne Rigolini & Randy Stalkner >

TOSC Deputy Director Craif Dumas assists Hoopsters >

TOSC Engineer Merritt Robbins a FIRST Class mentor >

SSNAM (Space Surveillance Network Analysis Model)

At HQ AFSPACE Command, we provide support for the Space Surveillance Network (SSN) force structure analysis, USSTRATCOM space object space catalog performance, event processing capabilities and new sensor “what-if” simulations.

Customer – HQ AFSPACE Command,

Location –Peterson AFB; Colorado Springs, CO

Teammate Principal – Ramona Weldon

ITCC II (Information Technology Capabilities Contract II)

Providing IT services, capabilities and functions for USSTRATCOM IT infrastructure, networks, classified networks (JWICS, GCS), mission critical systems and applications for the Global Operations Center (GOC) and Commanders Situation Room (CSR)

Customer – USSSTRATCOM

Location –Offutt AFB; Omaha, NE

Teammate Principal – Ramona Weldon

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