Naval Sea Systems Command Dam Neck Division – NAVSEA DN
RDSI designed, tested and delivered the Electronic Warfare Training System 8 RF (EWTS-8R) to NAVSEA DN to meet their requirement for a low cost, highly accurate, stable signal simulator that can support the training needs of the AN/USQ-149(V) CLUSTER SNOOP and AN/USQ-149(V)2 CLUSTER ROBIN Cryptologic Carry On Training Programs. EWTS-8R can generate up to eight signals simultaneously, of any complexity and scan pattern.
Naval Air Systems Command Training Systems Division – NAVAIR-TSD
RDSI integrated EWPro™ emulators and signal audio generation software into the NAVAIR-TSD developed SubSkillsNet training system. SubSkillsNet is the modeling and simulation control system for the Submarine Multi-Mission Team Trainer Version 2 (SMMTT2) and provides an unprecedented level of realism to the United States Navy Submarine Attack Centers, located throughout the continental United States and Guam. The EWPro™ emulators, which replicate the Electronic Warfare Support Measures (ES) suites installed on Los Angeles and Ohio class submarines, enable crews undergoing intensive pre-deployment training and certification to accurately duplicate the tactical Electronic Warfare environment encountered while underway.
Naval Surface Warfare Center Carderock Division – NSWCCD
RDSI integrated EWPro™ emulators and signal audio generation software into the NSWCCD developed Submarine Multi Mission Team Trainer Version 3 (SMMTT3). SMMTT3 is a quantum improvement over SMMTT2 in training systems utilization and versatility, operating over a high level architecture (HLA) that will ease integration of future systems as they come on line.
Trident Training Facility, Kings Bay, GA and Bangor, WA
RDSI built and delivered the EWTS-8i electronic warfare trainer to both facilities on time and under budget. This system answered the urgent need of the Strategic Submarine Ballistic Missile Force for realistic, immediate training for their ES operators. EWTS-8i is an eight channel IF stimulator which uses the M/Pulse card and EWPro™ scenario generation and control software to stimulate the AN/WLR-8(V)5 ES equipment suite.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/National Ocean Service/Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services – NOAA/NOS/CO-OPS
RDSI supports NOAA/NOS/CO-OPS by performing acceptance tests and basic configuration of their new SUTRON tide monitoring stations. These stations provide tide related data to merchant ships navigating through ports and along coastlines. The stations consist of a data logger, a modem, a satellite transmitter, I/O modules and termination boards that are connected to an array of sensors for measuring weather and related data. RDSI currently supports systems scheduled to be installed on the Great Lakes with anticipated follow-on efforts for other geographical areas. Go to www.co-ops.nos.noaa.gov
Airship Management Systems, Inc.
RDSI fabricated a custom 19" Equipment Rack using the customer drawings provided for Airship Management Systems, Inc. located in Elizabeth City, NC. The rack is tailored to support the installation of security camera equipment. The equipment rack is installed on an AMS produced Airship scheduled to appear at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. Go to www.airshipoperations.com
SPAWAR Systems Center – Pacific
Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC)
Submarine Learning Center (SLC) Groton, CT
Naval Training Commands:
San Diego, CA
Pearl Harbor, HI
Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI)
Program Executive Office for Mine Undersea Warfare (PEO MUW)
National Oceanic Atmosphere Administration (NOAA), Virginia Beach, VA
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
Northrop Grumman Corporation
Electronic Warfare Associates (EWA)