BUY NOW Alion’s Terrain Integrated Rough Earth Model (TIREM) enables DoD and commercial customers to forecast radio frequency (RF) propagation loss over irregular terrain and seawater for ground-based and air-borne transmitters and receivers. Alion scientists and...
Alion’s mSTAR™ Mobile Support Technologies and Repair Modules™ provide rapid fabrication and repair capabilities at the point of need for equipment maintenance as well as the prototyping of unique tools and hardware for unanticipated mission needs. They are...
Radio frequency (RF) interference and emissions can cause disruptions in critical U.S. government communications that must remain available at all times in support of national defense and security. To help protect the fidelity of these frequencies, Alion’s RF...
The Navy’s Integrated Submarine Imaging System (ISIS) captures and distributes high-definition video and photographic data for navigation and critical mission support. But access to detailed views of components and interconnected systems had been limited. Working with...
Training is an essential component to a strong fighting force. But just how effective is that training, and can performance outcomes be enriched by customizing training methods to the specific task? The U.S. Army Research Institute wanted hard evidence on which to...
Desiring a more comprehensive analysis and training solution to better minimize and prevent weapons of mass destruction (WMD), the Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s (DTRA) Research and Development Directorate turned to Alion. Working with DTRA, Alion engineers created...
Systems in the field are subject to conditions that often can’t be replicated until they are in use. With agile engineering and rapid prototyping, we address these issues real-time while cutting cost and time.
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