DEFENSE SYSTEMS

System Integration: From Concept to Production

Benchmark Secure Technology offers aerospace and defense systems integration for applications from the soldier to the command center, from satellite receivers to cockpits to radar systems. Combining engineering experience and expertise with co-located manufacturing facilities, Secure provides the engineering design and manufacturing capabilities to transform a concept into a practical sub-system or system all under one roof.

MEETING THE HIGHEST STANDARDS

Whether it is a new design, retrofit to an existing platform, or a redesign to overcome an obsolete or hard-to-find component, Secure develops and builds modular sub-systems that improve the performance and reliability of land, air, and sea. When cost is a concern, they can also provide the engineering skills required to ruggedize commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) components to meet military standards for the harshest operating conditions, complying with a long list of standards that include:

  • MIL-STD-810
  • MIL-STD-461
  • MIL-STD-704
  • MIL-STD-901
  • MIL-STD-1275

System Integration Capabilities

System integration capabilities include software development and enhancement, improved power efficiency, and complete hardware design and development at all levels, from component and PCB through complete sub-systems. All engineering efforts are backed by computerized information tracking of design, inspection, testing, and qualification stages in product development and supported by extensive electrical and environmental test equipment and expertise to ensure that all products meet challenging military standards.

LEADING CAPABILITIES
  • Conduct or support new product introduction (NPI)
  • Computer-aided-design (CAD) modeling to simulate performance in a wide range of environments and operating conditions
  • Design to specific electrical and mechanical requirements
  • Extensive reporting and documentation for every product
  • Full product lifecycle support with co-located engineering and manufacturing services
  • Software and hardware interoperability, including the development of human-machine interactions
  • Support for development of AI and signal processing software for sensor fusion
  • Qualification and design verification testing

Is Data Interoperability Critical to Your System’s Success?

Examine the meaning of DI in modern systems and its relationship to information interoperability. Understand the use of open standards and modular system architecture to provide secure and reliable DI with many benefits for current military systems users.

Download the Data Interoperability White Paper