Support Equipment and Vehicles

Airmen from the 2nd Munitions Squadron ensure the brakes on an MB-4 tug are working properly before transporting a common strategic rotary launcher containing eight Conventional Air-Launched Cruise Missiles during a CALCM generation exercise on Barksdale Air Force Base, LA., Oct. 25. Before transporting munitions, 2 MUNS Airmen perform safety checks to ensure the assets are safe for towing. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Benjamin Gonsier)(RELEASED)

Ensuring Reliable Solutions to Technical Challenges in Equipment and Vehicles

UDRI’s Support Equipment and Vehicles (SEV) engineers provide sustainment and engineering of specialty equipment and vehicles. We leverage UDRI’s 60-plus years of innovative client support to solve today’s most challenging specialty equipment and vehicle problems. Our work extends the service life of current and aging equipment, define future requirements, and deliver turnkey solutions for our valued partners.

Our approach is requirements driven and application focused.  We apply a life cycle mindset that allows us to align and tailor appropriate solutions to meet client needs.

Capabilities

  • Technology Transition
  • Technology Refresh and Obsolescence Mitigation
  • Market Research
  • Product Requirements and Specification Development
  • Engineering Documentation Inventory and Organization
  • Supply Chain Analysis
  • Program Management
  • Classified Program Support
  • Process and Product Improvement
  • Cost-Benefit Analysis
  • Systems and Technology Integration
  • Rapid Prototyping and Fabrication
  • Test Planning and Execution
  • DoD and Industry Partnerships
  • GSA Contracting Solutions

Benefits

  • Agile, Responsive, and Rapid Solutions
  • Versatility and Flexibility
  • Technology Development and Production Expertise of Leading Manufacturers
  • Global Reach and Support

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Top: Airmen from the 2nd Munitions Squadron ensure the brakes on an MB-4 tug are working properly before transporting a common strategic rotary launcher containing eight Conventional Air-Launched Cruise Missiles during a CALCM generation exercise on Barksdale Air Force Base, LA., Oct. 25. Before transporting munitions, 2 MUNS Airmen perform safety checks to ensure the assets are safe for towing. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Benjamin Gonsier)(RELEASED)

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University of Dayton Research Institute


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Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 7759
937-229-2113
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