R&D and Engineering
TAF's capabilities include research, development, and engineering to advance commercialization and transition concept to prototype.
At TAF, we transition concepts to prototypes, which we manufacture with full operational capability. TAF operates a permanent facility in Richmond, Virginia to house design and prototyping equipment, and additionally utilizes additional facilities depending on the scope of the project.
TAF's in-house modeling and prototyping facilities allow engineers to rapidly test and integrate design changes to maximize the value to our customers.
We rely on our permanent TAF engineering staff as well as outside subject matter experts and manufacturing partners to ensure that we can meet our customers' needs and successfully transition our research and development to full operational capability and commercial products.
TAF performs extensive in-house engineering and analysis to support commercialization and transition of research. Using advanced analysis tools, such as finite element analysis, our engineers reduce risk and optimize performance to ensure that products can be delivered on time, on budget, and on target.
TAF conducts Research and Development to create new and innovative technologies that enhance defense capabilities and readiness. Our R&D team is charged with identifying new opportunities to apply and combine existing technologies and science to develop new products and capabilities. We have a proven track record of identifying new technologies capable of transforming existing systems to provide new capabilities.
Some examples of our types of R&D project:
TAF offers Lifecycle Support for our clients including lifecycle analysis for new products and reverse engineering, this diminishes sources work for legacy products.
For lifecycle analysis we identify the lifecycle of products and platforms and help ensure that systems and products meet reliability, usability, and maintenance and safety requirements.
To maintain legacy systems, TAF provides reverse engineering & diminishing sources manufacturing support to ensure difficult to procure parts can be manufactured successfully.