VEXTEC to Play Key Role in USAF Proactive Sustainment Program

Company’s powerful new simulation technology will enable better cost-management of airframes.

Brentwood, TN, April 14, 2009 – In concert with the Air Force Structural Integrity Program (ASIP), VEXTEC has been funded to demonstrate how its recently developed Fleet Trade Study Simulator can better enable the Air Force to continue to achieve high mission capable rates and safety while reducing sustainment costs of its older fleets. Read more

DARPA to Expand VEXTEC’s Role in Fielded Fleet Reliability Prediction

Firm’s versatile modeling technology to build on sensor state of the art to enable better vehicle and cost management.

Brentwood, TN, March 19, 2009  DARPA’s vision for the armed forces of the future includes using high tech sensors coupled with advanced modeling to know exactly when aircraft or military systems need to be brought in for maintenance -well before any vehicle failures actually occur. To realize its vision, DARPA is pulling together a diverse cross section of the country’s experts in a variety of fields: large aircraft and turbine engine manufactures, top academic scientists, sensor development companies, and others. VEXTEC has been selected for its specialized material degradation prediction technology. Read more