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  • 1. Corporate Overview and General Capabilities
  • 2. Our Business Philosophy QUITE SIMPLY... ... dedicated to meeting and exceeding all project efforts with high-integrity quality services and products reasonable cost
  • 3. About SYMVIONICS KEYS TO OUR SUCCESS  Proven Performance & Customer Satisfaction  Breadth of Contracts and Experience  Refined Corporate Infrastructure and Quality Management System  Financially Strong (including bonding)  Collaborative Business Operations  Individual Integrity & Leadership  Incorporated in 1988  A diverse support services company – Engineering/Scientific – Technical – Management/Operations  Existing corporate infrastructure to support multiple, technically diverse programs located anywhere across the Nation  Strategically positioned resources to provide for immediate and effective start-ups and deployments for on-demand support  Top Secret facility clearance and personnel ISO 9001:2008 Registered
  • 4. Corporate Locations Dayton Edwards AFB Palmdale Lexington Orange Park (Jacksonville) Headquarters located in Arcadia, CA SYMVIONICS supports its customers both from its own facilities, as well as from on- site customer locations. NASA Ames Orlando On-site Customer Location SYMVIONICS Location Pensacola NAWCTSD Orlando Arcadia
  • 5. Diverse Customer Base* • Air Force Test Center (AFTC); Edwards AFB, CA • Air Armament Center (AAC); Eglin AFB, FL • Air Combat Command (ACC); Langley AFB, VA • ASC Development Planning; Wright-Patterson AFB, OH • Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division; Orlando, FL • Naval Facilities Engineering Command; Worldwide • Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center; Port Hueneme, CA • SPAWAR Systems Center; New Orleans, LA • NASA Dryden Flight Research Center; Edwards, CA • NASAAmes Research Center; Moffett Field, CA • Army Aviation Applied Technology Directorate; Fort Eustis, VA • FAA Technical Center - Atlantic City, NJ • Northrop Grumman • L-3 Communications • Boeing • ASC/Training SPO; Wright-Patterson AFB, OH • SOF Directorate; WR-ALC, GA • Space Missile Command; Los Angeles AFB, CA • Lockheed Martin • Walt Disney Imagineering NAVY NASA FAA ARMY Commercial & Prime Contractors AIR FORCE *Representative list – not comprehensive
  • 6.  GSA Schedule 70 for Information Technology  GSA Professional Engineering Services (PES)  NAVAIR Training System Contract III (TSC III)  NAVAIR Fielded Training System Support III (FTSS III)  Seaport-e (NAVSEA, SPAWAR, NAVSUP, NAVAIR)  PEOSTRI STRICOM Omnibus II  USAF Air Combat Command (ACC) Contracted Assistance & Advisory Services IV (CAAS IV)  Army CECOM Rapid Response Program (R2CSR)  Army Operations/Planning/Training/Resources Support Services (OPTARSS)  AMCOM Expedited Professional and Engineering Support Services (EXPRESS) - Technical & Logistics Domains Contracting Vehicles
  • 7. High Performance Products Services & Product Support Engineering, Scientific, & Technical Services Hardware and Software Product Development Technical & Management Collaboration C U S T O M E R S A T I S F A C T I O N
  • 8. High Performance Products  IADS® • Interactive Analysis and Display System. • Real-time and post-test monitoring of test events for analyzing the structures of aircraft, land vehicles, sea vehicles, missiles, spacecraft, and weapon systems. • Control room and desktop applications. • Safety of test monitoring. • Selected as the standardized display and analysis software for the Joint Strike Fighter.  DeltaSym® • The ultimate solution to a complex reconfigurable simulator equation. • High-fidelity, reconfigurable cockpits for flight simulation and training devices. • Quickly reconfigurable from one aircraft configuration to another. • Designed to simulate all of the single-seat fighter aircraft in the DoD inventory (and some foreign systems). • Current configurations are F-16C Block 50 and F-35 (Joint Strike Fighter). Sym
  • 9. Engineering, Scientific, & Technical Services  Systems Engineering  Software Engineering  Hardware Engineering  Modeling & Simulation  Training Systems  Flight Test Engineering  Weapon System Development  Program Management Support  Contracted Advisory & Assistance Services (CAAS)  Acquisition & Life Cycle Management Concept Total Life Cycle Design Implement Operate
  • 10. Systems Engineering  SYMVIONICS’ Systems Engineering (SE) process ensures compatibility with our customer’s management process for successful program execution  Establishes complete understanding of the requirements prior to any design, development, and test activity  SE process evolves program maturity as details are incrementally and methodically refined, leading to build-test-integrate-deploy success  SE approach adapts “best practices” and customer-specific processes to address: • Design Studies & Trade-off Analyses • Requirements Traceability • System Safety & Fault Management • Detailed Specification Development BUILD EMPLOYMENT Rqmts. Definition & Reviews Mission Needs PROGRAM MATURITY Preliminary Design & Review Critical Design & Review Design Implementation Component & System Integration Operation & Maintenance Training Documentation & Config. Control Transition & Turnover OPERATIONS CONCEPTS ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT DEPLOYMENT VERIFICATION INTEGRATION TEST EMPLOYMENT DESIGN • System acquisition & life-cycle management • Life cycle cost analysis • Independent assessment & analysis • Verification and Validation PROGRAMDETAIL
  • 11. Software Engineering  SYMVIONICS’ formal Software Engineering Processes are mature and well documented, providing reliable and repeatable software product development  SYMVIONICS uses an Iterative/Incremental Development Process (I2DP)  Approach involves the user throughout the development process, to provide effective feedback to the software development team  Risk Management is performed throughout the software development process using metrics collection and analysis  Application of military and industry standard procedures and discipline to deliver high quality software products & services – with comprehensive documentation and total life-cycle user support  Software IV&V Software Requirements Analysis Architectural Design Implementation Build Cycle Concept Development Production Build Deliveries Iterative: Utilization of systematic refinements based on prior releases Incremental: Each pass through process adds additional capability Our I2DP Process is well-documented in a formal Software Development Plan (SDP) Communicate Control Identify Analyze Plan Track Communicate Control Identify Analyze Plan Track SEI RISK MANAGEMENT MODEL
  • 12. Hardware Engineering  Full-spectrum, experienced electrical/mechanical design, drawing/drafting, and fabrication capability  Specialized capability for complex flight simulators and training devices.  Minor Sheet Metal Fabrication  Computer Component Selection/Specification  Digital I/O Selection/Specification  Mechanical Design of Simulation Components  Aural Cuing System Upgrades  Electrical/Electronics Hardware Design • Cable Manufacturing • Over140 years of aircraft wiring experience in-house Flight Simulator Control PanelFlight Simulator Cockpit Light/Dimmer Drawer
  • 13. Modeling & Simulation  Applications to aircraft R&D, training systems, and flight test support environments – as well as Air Traffic Control systems (DoD, FAA, NASA)  Design, development, V&V, and use of simulation (real-time and non-real-time)  Development of complex, crew-in-the-loop, flight vehicle, and full mission simulations  Specialties in tactical and electronic combat environments  Expertise in Distributed Interactive Simulation, High Level Architectures, and High Performance Computing Air Warfare Mission Simulator Shipboard Reconfigurable Trainer F-16 Block 50 Cockpit
  • 14. Training Systems NAVY TOWER OPERATOR TRAINER  Total system design, development, production, and support capability  Extensive experience in aircraft flight/mission and Air Traffic Control (ATC) simulation, with additional experience in maintenance training systems  Expertise in all simulator subsystems (computational systems, visual/sensor systems, control loaders, etc.)  Avionics LRU/OFP stimulation/simulation experience  Specializing in low-cost, reconfigurable, and deployable systems B-2 FLIGHT/MISSION SIMULATORT-45 OPERATIONAL FLIGHT TRAINER
  • 15. Flight Test Engineering  Broad engineering development and systems integration expertise by direct involvement in all phases of flight test engineering support to other major aerospace projects and facilities  Support provided to National & International range communities, as well as test pilot schools  Extensive experience in the concept development, design, operational development, and fielding of real-time and post-flight analysis systems used for supporting all Test and Evaluation activities  Past contract support to “airframers” in the Los Angeles area: • Northrop Grumman (B-2 stealth bomber) • Lockheed Martin (F-22 fighter) • Boeing (C-17 transport) IADS®APTAS Infrastructure Customized T&E Analysis Tools Post Test Analysis Real-Time Analysis Control Rooms
  • 16. Weapon Systems Development  Extensive experience in the development of operational weapon systems  Avionics Systems • Both federated & integrated systems • Support to both the avionics system and ground based labs used to develop those systems  Crew Systems • All aspects of crew systems and Pilot Vehicle Interfaces • Human Factors Engineering, design, and Test & Evaluation Mission Radar Comm NAV Mission Federated Avionics Radar Comm EW Common Integrated Processors Integrated Avionics Laser Eye Protection AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS F-35/JSF F-22 C-130 AMP B-2 B-1 C-17 A-10 F-15C/D/E F-16 F/A-18 MC-130H MH-53J CREW SYSTEMS • • • • • • AVIONICS • • • • • • • MODELING & SIMULATION • • • • • • • • •
  • 17. Program Management Support  Program management support • Advisory and support services to headquarters, regional, and field division activities • On-site analysis and support assistance to field activities on operational & management effectiveness • Transition planning • Public affairs support  Program analysis/studies support • Collect data, perform analyses, and develop findings on related programs associated with the administration, operation, and management of relevant programs • Analysis of financial data and operational budgets • Benchmarking and process improvement  Program training support • Oversight of all program training • Curriculum development and instruction of training courses • On-site, regional, and worldwide training Training Services Management Services
  • 18. Contracted Advisory & Assistance Services (CAAS)  Support during all phases of planning, programming, acquisition, and implementation cycles of various Government systems and programs  Support includes providing information, advice, opinions, alternatives, analyses, evaluations, recommendations, training, and services to complement Government’s technical expertise  Typical tasks include: • Management and professional services (planning, policies, data analysis, lessons learned, reporting, etc.) • Studies, analyses, and evaluations (recommendations on new approaches/technologies, performance assessment, budgeting, modernization, organization roles & approaches, etc.) • Engineering and technical services (training, independent verification & validation, life-cycle management, transitional operations & maintenance, recommend proposed engineering changes, etc.)
  • 19. Acquisition & Life Cycle Management  Systems acquisition support  Program/project management support services  Documentation/Technical Manual preparation and updates  Life-cycle management support (including maintenance, repair, supplies & engineering logistics to technology-based systems)  Test planning and support  Operation and maintenance (O&M) support  Financial planning, budgeting, and cost estimating  Technology transfer/insertion/migration  Configuration and data management  Specialized training & operations support  Administrative and technical support
  • 20. Corporate Overview Summary  Proven PRIME and SUBCONTRACTOR  Small Business RESPONSIVENESS  Available Corporate INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES & PRODUCTS for Today’s Success... TECHNOLOGY for Tomorrow’s Solution “….the small business doing big businessTM.” Celebrating over 24 years of Service to America’s Military and Aerospace Industry!
  • 21. For more information about SYMVIONICS, see our web site, or contact: Richard A. Weeks Executive Vice President SYMVIONICS, Inc. (626) 305-1400, x227 E-mail: SYMVIONICS, Inc.  488 E. Santa Clara Street  Suite 201  Arcadia, CA  91006-7230