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Craig Technologies is a nationwide technology firm that delivers award-winning engineering and technical solutions to both commercial and government clients. Founded in 1999 by CEO, Carol Craig, we are a Woman-Owned, Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned, Minority-Owned, Small Disadvantaged Business that is ISO/AS Certified and ITAR Compliant. We achieve stability through diversity and offer a wide scope of capabilities to include systems engineering; project/program management and analysis; end-to-end engineering, design, prototype, and precision manufacturing; courseware/training products; IT support services; custom software engineering; unmanned vehicles and space systems; and integrated logistics. Our lean management team and industry-leading employee benefits help us deliver exceptional customer-driven solutions at a lower cost. Because It's All About The Mission®

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  • Photo captions (from left to right):
    CAPDL Training and mobile app development
    Modeling & Simulation
    IT Support
    Design Engineering
    Composites/MRO
  • Certified PMP/Six Sigma Managers:
    Cathy Shurman – LEAN Six Sigma Black Belt
    Walker Peek - LEAN Six Sigma Black Belt
    Dean Rosenquist – LEAN Six Sigma Black Belt
    Ryan Jeffrey – LEAN Six Sigma Green Belt
    Mike Ferree - PMP
    Larry Cupac - PMP
    Barbara Kennedy – PMP
    Betty Lee – PMP
    Jennifer Robinson – PMP
    Charlie Huffine – CISSP
    Al Tillery – CISSP
    Linda Bubbers – CISSP

    NISPOM – National Industrial Security Program

    Photo captions:
    ADMC Team, Cape Canaveral
  • Associates includes W-2s and 1099s, telecommuters
  • ALABAMA
    Fort Rucker                AF-SOCOM-ATARSII-LM
    Huntsville           Army-SMDC-TESTLA-BAE and ADMC- Teledyne Brown Engineering and Boeing SLS
    Marshall Space Flight Center SAIC NASA EAST
     
    CALIFORNIA
    NASA Ames Research Center NASA - ARC - ASRS - BAH
    Palo Alto                    ADMC - Loral Space Systems
    Vandenberg AFB LISC
     
    COLORADO
    Louisville               ADMC – Sierra Nevada Corp
     
    FLORIDA
    Hulburt Field               AC 130J Training Systems Program Aft Cabin Trainer (ACT) Lockheed Martin and AF-SOCOM-ATARSII-LM
    Orlando                     Boeing and PEO STRI Omnibus Contract II and ADMC – Siemens, Lockheed Martin Space Sys. Co. (Lakeland)
    Cape Canaveral           ADMC - Sierra Nevada Corp CCiCap Dream Chaser Space System, Canaveral Port Authority, Moon Express Inc., Air Force Institute of Technology, School of Systems and Logistics
    Kennedy Space Center NASA-Vencore-ESC and ADMC - Alliant Techsystems, Inc. (ATK)
    Patrick Air Force Base  ADMC - AFTAC and US Air Force-Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services-AF-Raytheon – LISC
     
    GEORGIA
    Dobbins ARB, Georgia  USAF - LMCO - C130 ATS
     
    IOWA
    Davenport          NASA GGSG SGT
     
    KANSAS
    Ft. Leavenworth          USA - Cubic – CAC and USA -BAH - CAC
     
    MASSACHUSETTS
    Cambridge         DOT - SGT - V-TRIPS
    Pittsfield             Navy-NAVSEA-WCS-GDAIS
     
    MARYLAND
    Aberdeen Proving Grounds    Army Systek Systems Technologies, Inc. STCD TAOSS (unrestricted)
    Fort Meade                 DISA GIG GSM ETI
    Goddard Space Flight Center NASA - SGT - OMES
    Patuxent River            BAH - Navy-Navair HQ 7.0/10.0 and Navy NAWCAD R and M Mantech
     
    MICHIGAN
    Selfridge ANGB           Navy-NAVAIR-ICIS-BAH
     
    MISSISSIPPI
    Stennis Space Center   NASA
     
    NEW MEXICO
    Kirkland AFB               Air Force Lockheed Martin ATARS NM JMATS Support and AF-SOCOM-ATARSII-LM
     
    PENNSYLVANIA
    Mechanicsburg            DISA DITCO DECC DBA, SDS, TSS, zOS, Mech SDS
    New Cumberland         DLA - J6N ITSS
     
    UTAH
    Hill AFB              A 10 Operational Flight Program
     
    VIRGINIA
    Arlington            Army-ARCIC-TLAAS-BAH
    Ft Eustis             U.S. Army - Combined Arms Products For Distributed Learning
    Langley Research Center      NASA LRC LITES - SGT
    Manassas           Navy-NAVSEA-SWFTS-LM
    Norfolk                      US Navy COMOPTEVFOR Alion, Navy - TQI, Inc. - IT Support Services, Navy L-3 STAARS, Navy-NSWCCD-PM-PROSOFT,
    Suffolk                       Navy-URS-J7 ETS
  • Photo captions:
    clean room - Voted one of Top 10 Large Company 250 people or more in Florida by Florida Trend magazine.
  • Remember that its all about the people. The end result is a satisfied customer. We support all our communities and the non-profits that support their demographics. Our last core value is ‘community.’
  • Services 2013 Revenue - Jan-Jun (98% of corporate revenue)
    Commercial DoD NASA Other Govt
    0.2% 43.9% 50.1% 5.8%

      
    ADMC 2013 Revenue - Jan-Jun (2% of Corporate Revenue)
    Commercial Gov Related
    27.0% 73%
  • IDIQ Contract info:

    8(a) STARS II… 8a Streamlined Technology Application Resource for Services (STARS) II Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) (IT support)
    SeaPort-e… Navy NAVSEA Warfare Centers Seaport enhanced (engineering, technical and programmatic support services)
    CAPDL… Army Combined Arms Products For Distributed Learning
    BOSS-U… Army Biometrics and Operations Support Services
    CAAS IV… Air Combat Command Contracted Advisory and Assistance Services (management and professional services)
    ENCORE II… DISA Defense Information Systems Agency (IT Solutions)
    LMSS – Alion as prime – Logistics Management Services
    NAVAIR??
    NETPDTC… ends 9/30/13
    STOC II… Army PEO STRI Simulation, Training and Instrumentation Omnibus Contract (equipping, procuring, representing, developing)
    USAMS II… United States Strategic Command Systems and Missions Support II (management and professional support services)
    VA T4… Veterans Affairs Transformation Twenty-one Total Technology (IT product solutions)

    Photo captions:
    Army training
    Wire assembly
    Commercial satellite components
    Avionics systems
    NASA Space Life Sciences Lab (SLSL)
  • - We provide technical services, analysis, and business support for projects large and small…
    NASA EAST - Craig supports the NASA Center for Internal Mobile Applications (CIMA) in developing key service components such as; Multi-platform NASA Mobile AppStore (Apps @ NASA), including full authentication and authorization Identity Management and Account Exchange (IdMAX). IdMAX supports the Agency’s integrated and authoritative Identity, Credential, and Access Management (ICAM) program which manages NASA identities, credentials, and access to NASA facilities and information technology (IT) systems.

    Technical services support includes staff for Program and business management, IT, Engineering and Quality as well as developing tools and systems to optimize customers operations. Examples include e-ROTC e-learning and KSC Resource Environment Enhanced Budgeting (REEB) development project (link to video)

    - We engineer, validate, and integrate software systems to match the capability of custom hardware platforms.
    Tim – Crossmatch input
  • Systems Analysis and Architecture-led Design
    Test & Acceptance Planning and Execution
    Implementation Documentation & Deployment Planning
    Database, Programming Language and Independent Toolset Support
    Model-based Systems Development
    Software Design / Development using C+ / C++ / .NET / Java
    Mobile Application Development (iOS, Android, Blackberry Platforms)

    We are directly involved with the U.S. Navy, Submarine Warfare Federated Tactical Systems (SWFTS) Lifecycle Engineering (LCE) leadership team to mold the proper response to the challenges facing our submarine fleet today. We provide the lead architect and development team for the development of the STAARS Work Flow Tool, an ASP.NET and SQL Server enabled web-based information management application with data entry and report generation capability

    Product Capabilities Industry Business Need
    Business Functions for Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Executing NASA KSC Web Application

    Science directorate mobile application that repurposed data NASA MSFC Develop Mobile Applications (iPhone/Android)

    Center for Internal Mobile Applications (CIMA) NASA Agency-Wide Mobile Applications

    NASA Planetary Science Division Space Based Knowledge NASA MSFC Mobile Applications

    Integrated planning F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter U.S. Navy, NAWCAD Safe Escape Analysis

    SQL enabled web-based Work Flow Tool U.S. Navy, SWFTS Information Management Application/Data Entry/Report Generation

    Mobile Application Training U.S. Army CAPDL Web Application
  • Services contracts for systems engineering and integration:
    KLXS - NASA KSC, Constellation Ground Operations (GO) Project Office (LX) - support for the Constellation Program Ground Operations Project (GOP) for the development of ground processing concepts, launch and landing/recovery support systems, flight element integration, and the development of supporting facilities and infrastructure.
    NASA – Omnibus Multidiscipline Engineering Services (OMES)
    US Army Training & Doctrine Command/ Concepts and Operations for Space and Missile Defense Integration Capabilities (COSMIC) - provide the U.S. Army Training & Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Concepts and Operations for Space and Mission Defense Integration Capabilities (COSMIC) with research, development, and application of current and future operational environments

    Photo captions:
    Top- V-Model for Systems Engineering
    Bottom- military airframe and avionics support
  • This is not just the internal design team but also refers to the engineers we have onsite and working for all customers.

    Mechanical Engineering
    Aerospace Engineering
    Computer Science
    Electrical Engineering
    Industrial Engineering
    Materials Engineering
    Quality Engineering
    Civil Engineering

    Contracts that have engineering services:
    NASA KLXS (requirements)
    NASA ESC
    NASA - SGT - Omnibus Multidiscipline Engineering Services
    Naval Air Warfare Center Air Craft Division Reliability and Maintenance and Technical Support
  • Level I: Passive
    The learner acts solely as a receiver of information.  The learner is required to read the text on the screen, view graphics, illustrations, charts, and use the navigational buttons to progress forward through the program or move back.  An example of this type of WBT product may also contain pop-ups and hyperlinks to Websites, materials, and other information interspersed between the text and graphic presentations.
    Level II: Limited Interaction
    The learner makes simple responses to instructional cues.  The WBT product includes learning activities listed in Level I, as well as multiple choices and column matching related to the text and graphic presentation.  A good example is a WBT product that includes these types of test items at the end of a unit of instruction to test the learner’s grasp of the information.
    Level III: Complex Participation
    The learner makes a variety of responses using varied techniques in response to instructional cues.  The responses may include those listed for a Level II, Limited Interaction, as well as text entry boxes and manipulation of graphic objects to test assessment of the information presented.  A good example of this type of WBT product is desktop software training requiring the learner to perform as though using the program. Level III also refers to the complexity of graphics and special elements and implies greater use of 3D graphics and some animations.
    Level IV: Real-time Participation
    The learner is directly involved in a life-like set of complex cues and responses.  This involves engaging the learner in a simulation that mirrors the work situation with stimulus-and-response coordinated in the actual environment.  An example of this type of WBT product is using artificial intelligence similar to computer games and flight simulators.

    Link to ROTC demo: http://vimeo.com/73945792

  • Virtual, Constructive, Live Training (first two are M&S)
    Understand how we touch M&S at all levels:
    CBT levels, Software dev (KLXS (new ground program), JFCOM) & policies and procedure (Battle Command)
    We also use the simulations in support of training (MTSS)

    Photo captions:
    Global Command and Control System (GCCS) at JFCOM (JFCOM no longer exists)
    Product/concept simulations
    Army training simulations
  • Database Design, Development & Administration - part of operating system support
    Client / Server Implementation

  • US Navy SPAWAR SYSCEN Atlantic Program Management and Integrated Logistics Support Services (PM-ILS)
    IDIQ to provide program management and integrated logistics to support the Navy, and other Department of Defense and federal agencies.

    KLXS
    We provide recommendations to the Construction of Facilities (CoF) budget process and support development of ground systems architectures for future missions such as the Lunar and Mars missions. We are also designing and developing Task Levels III and IV schedules for each Fiscal Year across a multi-year budget horizon, integrating of task schedules into project-level schedules that link to program milestones, resource loading, external deliverables identification and dependencies, and schedule status.

    AFTAC
    U.S. Air Force, Technical Applications Center Warehouse (AFTAC), Materials Support – Prime – 10/31/09 - Dave
    Craig provided equipment acquisition and delivery coordination services to the Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAC) Warehouse for overseas installation.
    Materials included:
    Ground, bonding, and lightning upgrade kits
    Power conditioning kits
    Ultrafill and verticals.
    U.S. Air Force, Technical Applications Center Warehouse, Morocco Equipment Purchase – Prime – 09/30/10 Dave
    Craig provided equipment acquisition and delivery coordination services to the Air Force (AFTAC’s Geophysical Systems Program).

    Centcom G8 was integrated logistics
    Source Analysis:
    Support capability needs identification, resourcing and assessment activities
    Collect, organize, collaborate, report, and assess needs
    Ensure requirements are consistently stated across the various needs products
    Facilitate the synchronization of these needs with other capability needs
    Analyze and plan the CENTCOM role in the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS)
    Participate in the JROC, Joint Capabilities Board (JCB), and FCB processes
    Support the development of the Integrated Priority List (IPL), Chairman’s Program Review (CPR), and Chairman’s Program Assessment (CPA)
    Provide inputs for development of Strategic Planning Guidance (SPG), Enhanced Planning Process (EPP), Joint Programming Guidance (JPG), Guidance for Development of the Force (GDF), Guidance for Employment of the Force (GEF), and Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR)
    Support implementation and oversight of KM/DS Tool for JCIDS documents
    Support development of Capstone Requirements Documents (CRD), Initial Capabilities Documents (ICD), Capability Development Documents (CDD), Capability Production Documents (CPD), and Congressional Testimony/Witness Statement preparation
    Provide technical and functional support to the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) process, and review and assess the Service POMs
    Provide collaborative information management and tools to support the FCB-WGs, and the identification, tracking, and assessment of CENTCOM’s objectives, capability need shortfalls, and resourcing on-ramps
    Provide joint strategic planning support for the JCIDS- and JROC-directed FCB activities

  • ESC R&D:
    Advanced Life Support
    Cryogenics
    Polymer Science
    Surface Systems

  • Photo captions:
    Wire assembly
    Commercial satellite components
    Avionics systems
    NASA Space Life Sciences Lab (SLSL)

  • - Our Manufacturing and Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (M/MRO) capability encompasses four main divisions comprised of (1) Precision Machining, (2) Specialty Manufacturing, (3) Avionics and (4) Test and Evaluation. These capabilities combined with our multi-disciplined engineering provides for design, development or support across the entire product life cycle.

    - We design, prototype, manufacture, and perform final acceptance testing for a wide variety of avionics and electromechanical systems and components.



  • Slide linked to ADMC Spec Sheet
    http://www.slideshare.net/carolcraig904/admc-spec-sheet05202013

    CNC - Computer numerical control
    EDM - Electric discharge machining
    CMM - Capability Maturity Model
    VCMM - Video Coordinate Measuring Machine
  • Aircraft de-icing systems
    Fiberglass or kevlar enclosures (covers)
    Fluid test panels (currently in house)
    Gaseous distribution and control systems (currently in house)
    Thermal relief of welded structures
    Outgas finished products for space applications (human rated and other)

    Current work and PP
    Pressure testing for QinetiQ/ESC in our smaller pressure vessel (separate from the above mentioned equipment)
    Tube bending for cryogenic cold plate for ISS light testing
    Stress relief for in process machining (Loral)

    High Pressure Test Cell: Capability to perform remotely-operated static pneumatic proof pressure testing up to 10,000 psi
    Freon Flow Test Facility: Consists of a Freon flow loop routed through a laminar flow bench
    Facility Helium (GHe) Delivery and Reduction System: Delivers high purity gaseous helium at 2250 and 700 psi to stationary reduction panels located throughout the facility
    Facility Nitrogen (GN2) Delivery and Reduction System: Delivers high purity gaseous nitrogen at 2250 and 700 psi to stationary reduction panels located throughout the facility
    Facility Argon Delivery and Reduction System: Delivers high purity argon via k-bottle manifold reduced from 2000 psi to 200 psi to a stationary reduction panel in the weld shop and clean room
  • CMM Brown & Sharpe Global Image 122210 40” X 94” X 36”
    CMM Zeiss Contura G2 623534-9803-200 30 30” X 30”
    CMM Brown & Sharpe Tesa MicroHite 3D Reflex 454 18” X 19” X 15”
    VCMM (Video CMM) Micro Vu Vertex 420 12” X 12” X 6”



  • If customer wants up to 40-50GHz of KA, we can accommodate but only after addition of $$$$ equipment

    Size is 20x20x40 which is what dictates the frequency of 1.8 Ghz to 40 GHz

    Vibration Stations: Multiple independent vibration stations rated at 6,000 lbs. force

    (2) LDS V860 Shaker with LDS DPA-16 amplifier
    (2) Unholtz-Dickey VWIN II (Windows based) vibration controller
    METRUM DATATAPE recorders

    THERMAL CHAMBERS
    Model
    Range
    Interior Physical Dimensions
    (WxDxH) in inches
    Sexton-Espec
    -70°C to +180°C
    (-94°F to 356°F)
    55 x 55.5 x 34.5
    Cincinnati Sub-Zero ZPH-64
    Temp/Humidity
    -73°C to +190°C
    (-100°F to +375°F)
    10% to 98% RH
    48 x 48 x 48
    Cincinnati Sub-Zero ZPH-32
    Temp/Humidity
    -73°C to +190°C
    (-100°F to +375°F)
    10% to 98% RH
    38 x 38 x 38
    Thermotron
    -68°C to +177°C
    (-90°F to +350°F)
    24 x 24 x 24



  • Photo caption (top to bottom): Mission Support pictures
    ESC – Space Life Sciences Lab
    Orion
    IMOC – flight control
    C-130 - Dobbins

    Best Value
    Providing the Greatest Overall Benefit
    Technical strength of our team – We invest, innovate, and bring ingenuity to our customers
    Accurate, low cost solutions leverage our low overhead and real-time cost control methods
    Our ISO-certified quality programs reduce performance risk and drive cost and schedule efficiency

  • Photo captions (from left to right):
    CAPDL Training and mobile app development
    Modeling & Simulation
    IT Support
    Design Engineering
    Composites/MRO
  • Craig Technologies Corporate Overview

    1. 1. craigtechinc.com BECAUSE IT’S ALL ABOUT THE MISSION® ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES Rev. 04/15 AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE MANUFACTURING CENTER
    2. 2. c06 • Software Design and Development • Systems Engineering and Integration • Multidisciplinary Engineering • Training and Courseware Development • Modeling & Simulation • Information Technology Support • Integrated Logistics Support • Research & Development • Program Support One-Source Solution 2 Engineering | Technical Solutions • Precision Machining and Fabrication • Specialty Manufacturing • Avionics • Test and Evaluation • Reverse Engineering • Design Manufacturing/Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (M/MRO) Aerospace and Defense Manufacturing Center (ADMC) We are a full-service facility all under one roof that designs, manufactures, repairs and integrates complex mechanical and electronic hardware for industries including but not limited to, Aerospace and Defense.
    3. 3. c06 Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Woman-Owned Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Veteran-Owned Minority-Owned Small Disadvantaged Business AS9100C and ISO 9001 Certified Compliant with NISPOM Guidelines ITAR Compliant Government-Approved Financial Accounting System The Craig Technologies Difference 3 Our core company values of Family.Integrity.Loyalty.Passion.Community® ensure that every Craig Technologies employee will deliver quality and value in our products and services while listening and actively responding to customer needs.
    4. 4. c06 4 Corporate Culture • Founded in 1999 • Associates present in 21 states • Headquartered in Cape Canaveral, FL Our Founder/CEO, Carol Craig, uses her engineering and aviation background to provide a unique combination of problem solving and situational awareness to all aspects of the customer process. She stays involved to monitor the progression and success of each project.
    5. 5. c06 5 Quality Team and Processes ISO9001:2008 | AS9100 Rev. C FM583352 Manufacture and assembly of precision machined components FM583353 Provision of full life-cycle systems development Customer Approvals and Certifications *NADCAP Accreditation in progress
    6. 6. c06 Nationwide Reach 6 Craig Technologies associates serve a variety of customers nationwide. Our depth and breadth is demonstrated by our geographic, customer and capability diversity. Headquarters Corporate Offices Customer Sites Kirtland AFB Cambridge Patrick AFBHurlburt Field AFB Cape Canaveral Ft. Meade Arlington Patuxent River Suffolk Ft. Eustis NASA Langley Research Center NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Manassas NorfolkFt. Knox Ft. Leavenworth Ft. Rucker NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Huntsville Mechanicsburg New Cumberland NASA Ames Research Center Pittsfield Davenport Dobbins AFB Aberdeen Proving Ground NASA Kennedy Space Center Cape Canaveral AFS Louisville Palo Alto Hill AFB Vandenberg AFB Orlando Selfridge ANGB
    7. 7. c06 • 100% Company-paid Health Care for Employees • Dental and Vision Family Coverage • Tuition Reimbursement • Employer-matched 401k • Generous Paid Time Off • Dependent Care Insurance • Life Insurance • Long- and Short-term Disability • Accident and Cancer Insurance • Flexible Spending Account • Financial and Travel Planning Assistance • Emergency Travel Insurance • Legal Aid and Identity Theft Protection • Employee Assistance Program (EAP) • Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) 7 People First Craig Technologies has developed a specialized team of employees who are the company’s most valued asset and offers an industry-leading benefits package which includes: Photo credit: NLMPhotography.com
    8. 8. c06 8 Community • American Cancer Society • American Heart Association • American Red Cross • Arthritis Foundation • Boy Scouts of America • FIRST Robotics • Girl Scouts of America • Habitat for Humanity • Junior Achievement • Meals on Wheels • Rotary International • Sentinels of Freedom • Special Olympics • United Way • Volunteers in Medicine • Wounded Warriors • YMCA CT Serves is Craig Technologies’ Corporate Community Service Initiative. Craig Technologies is committed to the idea of community and believes that corporate support of civic initiatives is imperative to economic development. Craig Technologies proudly supports:
    9. 9. c06 9 Customer Base US Navy • US Navy Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) • US Navy Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) • US Navy Commander Operational Testing & Evaluation (COMOPTEVFOR) • US Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems (SPAWAR) • US Navy Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) US Marines • US Marine Corps College of Continuing Education (CCE) • US Marine Corps Systems Command Program Manager for Training Systems (PMTRASYS) US Army • US Army Combined Arms Center - Training (CAC-T) • US Army Mission Command (MCCoE) • US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) • US Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC) US Air Force • US Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) • US Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) • US Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAC) • US Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) • US Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) • US Air Force Reserve 94th Airlift Wing, Dobbins AFB Other Agencies • Department of Transportation (DOT) • Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Other DoD • Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) • Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) • Defense Enterprise Computing Center (DECC) Mechanicsburg • National Guard Bureau NASA • NASA Ames Research Center • NASA Kennedy Space Center • NASA Langley Space Center • NASA Marshall Space Flight Center • NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Commercial • ATK • Boeing • Conoco Philips • GE Aviation • Harris • Industrial Lighting Products • Lockheed Martin • Matrix Composites • PaR Systems, Inc. • Pacific Scientific • Port Canaveral • Rocket Crafters, Inc. • Siemens Energy • Sierra Nevada Corporation • Space Systems / Loral, LLC • SpaceX • Teledyne Brown Engineering • Toshiba • Vencore
    10. 10. c06 10 Contract Vehicles and NAICS NAICS Codes (listing is not all-inclusive) 332510 - Hardware Mfg. 332618 - Fabricated Wire Product Mfg. 332710 - Machine Shops 332721 - Precision Turned Product Mfg. 333512 - Machine Tool (Metal Cutting) Mfg. 336414 - Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Mfg. 336419 - Other Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Parts and Auxiliary Equipment Mfg. 517410 - Satellite Telecommunications 541330 - Engineering Services 541511 - Custom Computer Programming Services 541512 - Computer System Design Services 541712 - Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering and Life Sciences 611512 - Flight Training Craig Technologies supports several IDIQ contract vehicles with varied services. Our capabilities are diversified yet complementary.
    11. 11. c06 Full Lifecycle Integration 11 Craig Technologies supports your projects from concept to real-world application or any scalable solution in-between. We provide technical services, analysis, and business support for projects large and small. We engineer, validate, and integrate software systems to match the capability of custom hardware platforms. We manufacture, maintain, repair and overhaul to extend the life of mission-critical systems. We design, prototype, manufacture, and perform final acceptance testing for a wide variety of avionics and electromechanical systems and components. REQUIREMENTS DEFINITION AGILE ENGINEERING M/MRO VERIFICATION & TESTING
    12. 12. c06 Responsive Development 12 Craig Technologies actively listens and responds to our customers needs to help develop solutions with the lowest cost and highest quality. Our customers are involved at every step of development to ensure the end product effectively meets user requirements. High-level customer goals are defined in the planning process and are used as inputs to refine the set of requirements. Our agile development process results in a very “active” project with a great amount of feedback and interaction between our development team and end-user communities. REQUIREMENTS DEFINITION AGILE ENGINEERING M/MRO VERIFICATION & TESTING
    13. 13. c06 • Software Design and Development • Systems Engineering and Integration • Multidisciplinary Engineering • Training and Courseware Development • Modeling & Simulation • Information Technology Support • Integrated Logistics Support • Research & Development • Program Support 13 Craig Technologies achieves stability through diversity and offers a wide scope of award- winning engineering and technical solutions.
    14. 14. c06 14 Craig Technologies offers full System Lifecycle development utilizing best practices. We employ an agile software development process allowing us to rapidly produce customized solutions upon any platform utilizing any language. • Client/Server Application Development • Mobile Application Development • Web Development • Enterprise Portal Development • Data Architecture Services (pat. pend.) is a cutting- edge software tool for business development pipeline and capture management. More than a CRM tool, individual opportunities are selected for pursuit and tracked using a user-friendly interface to facilitate the capture management process with timelines and tasking. ProDash™ also provides a comprehensive executive management dashboard with financial snapshots for existing business, contract status reports, and value of the opportunity pipeline in one centralized location.
    15. 15. c06 • Requirements Development and Traceability • Model Based Data (MBD) Control • Integrated Verification and Validation • Integrated Project and Risk Management • Life Cycle Analysis and Management 15 Craig Technologies defines quality objectives and product requirements as appropriate for any new products, processes, or projects requested by our customers.
    16. 16. c06 Craig Technologies takes care to provide a horizontally-integrated approach to all projects and programs by applying a wide-range of engineering disciplines. Our team of experts help us to meet complex requests with a customer-centric and value-added process. • Electrical/Mechanical Engineering • Fluids and Propulsion • Design Engineering • Systems Engineering and Integration • Design for Life Cycle Cost and Manufacturing • Technical Analysis and Investigation • Rapid Prototyping and Development Test 16
    17. 17. c06 • Integrate Simulation, Modeling and Gaming into training materials • Conduct computer application design and development • Provide instructor led/collaborative training • Integrate Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) conformant Interactive Multimedia Instruction (IMI) into Learning Management Systems (LMS) • Develop applications and learning materials that are 508 compliant and meet the technical standards of the proponent. 17 ROTC eBooks Demo at http://vimeo.com/73945792 Craig Technologies’ team of Instructional System Designers and Training Specialists develop all levels of instructional media.
    18. 18. c06 • Operational Applications • Testing & Evaluation (lessons learned, processes, procedures and applications) • Scenario & Process Evaluation • What If & Impact Analysis • Validation of Operational Processes & Procedures • Training Application Development • Rapid 3D Modeling & Animation Generation • Rapid Courseware / Training Prototyping 18 Craig Technologies’ team of engineers can conceptually capture the requirements, and model the parameters in a platform neutral environment and integrate them with other systems in support of acquisition / procurement strategy and training.
    19. 19. c06 • Operating System/ Platform Support – Windows – Linux – Unix – Sharepoint – SQL Server – Oracle – DB2 – Informix • Legacy Data Migration • Legacy Application Support and Development • Information Assurance (IA) Engineering Support & Architecture Design • Desktop Support and Implementation • IT Infrastructure Review • Centralized IT Help/Service Desk, Network & Data Center Operations • Operation and Maintenance of Distance Learning Systems • Network Administration • Mobile Application Development 19 Craig Technologies provides Information Technology system support to a diverse customer base. We meet the technological demands with a mastery of security protocols, infrastructure expertise, and network support allowing our customers to operate in a secure and agile environment.
    20. 20. c06 • Design Interface • Maintenance Planning • Supply Support • Manpower and Personnel • Training and Training Devices • Technical Data • Computer Resources Support • Support and Test Equipment • Facilities • Packaging, Handling, Storage, and Transportation 20 Craig Technologies provides an integrated management and technical life cycle process to include supportability and logistic support considerations so that all elements of logistic support are planned, acquired, tested, and provided in a timely and cost-effective manner.
    21. 21. c06 21 Craig Technologies develops prototype solutions to customer problems within the aerospace, energy, aviation and manufacturing industries. Our diverse focus areas drive innovation in the areas of design engineering, software development and process automation to eliminate repetitive processes within the product life cycle. • Advanced Life Support • Cryogenics • Polymer Science • Surface Systems
    22. 22. c06 • Configuration and Data System Management (CM/DM) • Quality Management Systems (QMS) • Occupational and Environmental Safety Management • Hazard Analysis • Systems and Reliability Analysis • Earned Value Management System (EVMS) • R&D/Prototype development • Lab support • Hardware Installation and Maintenance 22 Craig Technologies provides dedicated and comprehensive program management support and contract oversight through the entire technical life cycle process.
    23. 23. c06 Lifecycle within a Lifecycle 23 Craig Technologies supports your mission-critical hardware from concept to operations with repair, manufacturing, overhaul, and test capabilities. Craig Technologies’ consolidated design-to-production capability provides a quick and cost-effective solution to any priority need by supporting multiple product lines under one roof at our 161,000 sq. ft. facility in Cape Canaveral, FL. Our team is supported by an inventory of over 2,000 pieces of manufacturing, test and specialty laboratory equipment. REQUIREMENTS DEFINITION AGILE ENGINEERING M/MRO VERIFICATION & TESTING
    24. 24. c06 25 Precision Machining and Fabrication • CNC Turning and Milling • CNC Sheet Metal Fabrication • EDM Wire and Sinker Machining • Waterjet Cutting • Welding and Brazing Specialty Manufacturing • CNC Tube Bending • Composites • Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems • Corrosion Control Avionics • Cable and Harness Fabrication • Digital and Analog Electronics Testing • Antenna and Transmitter Characterization • Control Panel Fabrication and Assembly Test and Evaluation • Non-destructive Evaluation (NDE) • CMM, VCMM Quality Inspection • Materials and Process Evaluation • Class 100,000 Clean Room Assembly and Testing • Environmental Testing Reverse Engineering • Test and Evaluation (Destructive and Non-destructive) • Modeling • Remanufacture • Acceptance Testing Design • Requirements Development • Proof of Concept • Prototype Development • Test Planning • Acceptance Testing >> ALL UNDER ONE ROOF <<
    25. 25. c06 26 • Automatic Tube Welding (Astro Arc) • Tungsten-Inert Gas (TIG) Welding (Automated and Manual) • Resistance Welding (Spot) • Plasma Arc Cutting • Shield Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) • Metal Inert Gas (MIG) Welding • Induction Brazing (Manual and Vacuum Bell Jar) • Painting and Alodine (Chem Film) Treatment (MIL-C-5541) • Salt Fog Test • 3D Modeling Printer (10”x10”x12”) • 80x WaterJet Cutting (180”x90”) • 8-Axis CNC Lathe • 5-Axis CNC Mill (40”x26”x22”) • EDM Wire and Sinker (24”x24”x18”) • Manual Mills, Lathes Precision Machining Welding, Brazing and Corrosion Control Craig Technologies can machine a wide selection of materials from hardened metals such as Inconel® and titanium to processing of composites from Kevlar® and fiberglass, using the latest in CNC equipment and SOLIDWORKS, Mastercam, and GibbsCAM® software.
    26. 26. c06 Satellite Parts - Fabrication of complex and satellite transmission devices requires the use of multiple high tolerance CNC tools: • EDM Wire • EDM Plunge • 5-Axis Vertical Milling • Multi-Axis Turning • CMM Inspection • Laser marking • Chemical Conversion Coatings • High Emissivity Primer 27
    27. 27. c06 Gaseous Nitrogen Purge Quick Disconnects - Fabrication and assembly of nitrogen purge disconnects requires the use of multiple disciplines: • CNC Machining • Complex Component Assembly • CMM FAI Inspection • Chemical Conversion Coatings • Anodizing • Electron beam welding • Precision cleaning 28 www.nasaspaceflight.com www.wiredforspace.com
    28. 28. c06 T-0 Frangible Bolts (Flight Hardware) - Fabrication requires the use of multiple disciplines: • CNC Machining • NDE (Dye Penetrant) • Tensile Testing • Anodizing • CMM FAI Inspection 29 • Fracture Critical Certified
    29. 29. c06 30 Oven and Furnace • Material ranging from 1/8” to 3” • CNC Hydraulic and Manual Benders • Infrared Vector Scanner • High Pressure Hydrostatic Testing • Titanium Tube Autofrettage Treating to 20,000 psi • Three-Axis CNC Bender • Automatic Tube Welding (Astro Arc) • Autoclave 5’ x 9’ Chamber, 650F, 29.9” Hg Vacuum to 125 psi • Grieve Oven 72” x 72” x 117” - operating to 1250F • Lunaire Vacuum Oven 48” H x 48” W x 48” D +300o F Operating Temperature at x10-5 Torr Vacuum • Tenney Programmable Oven (Located in Class 100,000 Clean Room) 24” H x 28” W x 40” D -240 to +195o Fahrenheit Operating Temperature Craig Technologies has the ability to design and fabricate tubes to your specifications or CAD 3D Models for cryogenics, hydraulics and high pressure systems. We can manufacture various composite structures, and stress relieve materials to meet your industry needs and specifications. Tube Fabrication
    30. 30. c06 High Pressure Fluid Control Panels - Fabrication of multiple media pneumatic/hydraulic fluid distributions systems requires the use of multiple disciplines: • AWS Welding • CNC Machining • CNC Tube Bending • Component Assembly • Chemical Conversion Coatings 31
    31. 31. c06 33 Types of Harnesses: HO (power), ML (data), and RF (semi rigid) Connectors: General purpose, rectangular, high density, miniature, power, commercial, coax (TNC, SMA, HN and Tri-axial) Terminations: Stripping (thermal and mechanical), soldering (NASA STD – 8739.4, NHB 5300 and MIL-STD 454), crimping, butt and parallel splices up to 2/0 AWG Contacts & Terminals: From 32 AWG up to 4/0 AWG, flag terminals up to 4/0 AWG Mechanical: -500 to +25,000 lbs for pull test requirements to certify/verify good crimps/splices (performed on test samples) Testing: DC Hipot (manual to 3000 Volts Direct Current (VDC) and automatic to 1500VDC), Alternating Current (AC) dielectric (manual to 3000 VAC), continuity (manual and automatic). Automatic testing is performed on DIT-MCO 9503-12B analyzer. Chemical Mix Crib: OSHA approved laboratory vent hoods, two multiple ovens for elevated temperature chemical cures, and a deaeration station for performing certified processes such as conformal coating, staking, bonding, potting, etc.
    32. 32. c06 34 Space Craft Wire Harnesses- Fabrication of variable configurations to include flight developmental and Ground Support Equipment (GSE) cable: • Terminations • Molding • Potting • Testing
    33. 33. c06 • Real time radiography • Computed Tomography • Boroscope Inspection • Dye Penetrant • Magnetic Particle • Ultrasonic and Eddy Current 35 • Non-contact Video Coordinate Measurement Devices • Optical Comparators • Mass Spectrometer Leak Detection: Five stations for helium trace gas measurement. • Multiple CMM systems up to 86” x 46” x 36” Advanced Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) Inspection
    34. 34. c06 Vibration Testing: Two independent Vibration stations rated to 6,000 lbs force Thermal Testing: Multiple thermal test stations including the ability to enclose the vibration station in a thermal test chamber for full environmental testing High Pressure Test Cell: Capability to perform static pneumatic proof pressure testing up to 10,000 psi. The cell is contained within blast walls for safety RF Shielded Room: Used to isolate the Unit Under Test (UUT) from any stray RF signals generated by local television (TV) stations, radio transmissions, etc. to ensure these signals are not interfering with the UUT circuitry during testing/evaluation Anechoic Chamber: Frequency Range – 1.8 GHz to 40 GHz (S, C, X, and Ku) 36
    35. 35. c06 38 Clean Room and Clean Work Area Capabilities: 100,000 class Clean Room, certified to Federal Standard 209 Physical chemistry of paints and chemicals: Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) Spectrophotometer (with microscope), Ultraviolet (UV) visible spectrophotometer Electrical testing: Resistivity chamber, Hipotronics Model No. D125/S meter, and other industry standard electrical current measuring meters Vacuum chamber: Cryogenically controlled vacuum chamber able to maintain 1x10-6 torr to support leak test evaluations
    36. 36. c06 39 Antenna characterization testing – Utilized anechoic chamber for developmental omni-directional and medium gain spacecraft and ground antenna: • S-band characterization for beam shape and gain • Transmit: 2200-2290 MHz / Receive: 2025 - 2210 MHz • Complete test report with setup, data and calibration information
    37. 37. c06 40 MATERIALS AND PROCESSING (M&P) CROSS-REFERENCE NON- DESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION (NDE) LAB DESIGN TEAM GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCES APPLICATION SUBMIT ENGINEERING PACKAGE TO CUSTOMER SUBMIT PACKAGE TO MFG. Identify material, temper, finish Known/suspected application materials Analyze hidden features and material properties Incorporate data and scanned model; Note observations, suggestions and improvement areas for future parts Ensure proper form, fit and function Approval Create replacement part; Inspection and quality control DELIVER PART TO CUSTOMER RECEIVE OBSOLETE OR DMS PART YES NO We address obsolete platforms and Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMSMS) with component MRO, reverse engineering, and fabrication of hard-to-find parts.
    38. 38. c06 41 Electronic Switches • Test, disassemble and evaluate (TD&E) • RF Board reverse engineering and replacement Receiver Matrix • Reverse engineer and new build • TD&E Rotary Joint • Disassemble and Evaluate • Reverse engineer test fixture for acceptance Matrix Assembly • Test, disassemble and evaluate (TD&E) • RF Board reverse engineering and replacement Photo: US Army
    39. 39. c06 2014 NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Small Business Subcontractor of the Year 2013 NASA's Shared Services Center Small Business Subcontractor of the Year for providing comprehensive support services to the NASA Enterprise Applications Competency Center (NEACC) 2013 NASA Silver Achievement Award for employee support to Kennedy Space Center FY 2013 Space Technology Center Innovation Fund (CIF) Researchers and Technology Team 2013 & 2011 Best Companies to Work For, Florida Trend Magazine 2012 & 2010 Top Simulation & Training Company, Military Training Technology Magazine 2012 NASA Agency Honor Awards for outstanding employee significant, specific achievement 2012 SMART Award in IT Category, Association for Corporate Growth Orlando 2011 NASA Silver Snoopy Award for outstanding employee supporting International Space Station (ISS) Program 2010 NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Honor Awards for exemplary employee performance of the Constellation Ground Systems Board and Panel management and initiative 2010 NASA Customer Service Award presented to employee nominated by the Executive Director of NASA Headquarters Operations for exceptional customer service 2010 Alfred P. Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility in the greater Washington, DC and Melbourne, FL communities 42 Award-Winning Services
    40. 40. c06 Craig Technologies offers: • High-end, low-cost, solutions • Quality processes with a lean six sigma focus • Proven and solid management combined with best practices • Stability through diversity • National reach with local community involvement • High retention rates with industry-leading benefits Innovative Approaches + Focused Oversight = Exceptional Results 43 BECAUSE IT’S ALL ABOUT THE MISSION® BIG ENOUGH TO SUCCEED, SMALL ENOUGH TO CARE.
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