Customers

SGT, Inc.

Vertex Aerospace provides thermal engineering support to SGT, Inc. in support of MMS and TDRS through the Mechanical Systems Engineering Support (MSES II/A) and provides is a member of the SGT, Inc. team on the Omnibus Multidiscipline Engineering Services (OMES) contract. OMES is a broad omnibus engineering services contract which will provide an array of multi-disciplinary engineering services to NASA Goddard in-house projects including the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS).

  • Thermal Engineering Support

Southwest Research Institute (SwRI)

Vertex Aerospace was contracted by a Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in San Antonio, Texas to develop a thermal design, perform thermal analysis for in support of the Solar Orbiter Heavy Ion Sensor (HIS) instrument in preparation for a Preliminary Design Review (PDR).

  • Instrument Thermal Design and Analysis

Vantage Systems, Inc.

Vertex Aerospace provides Systems and Thermal engineering support to Vantage Systems, Inc in support of the NASA/GSFC Magnetospheric MutliScale mission.

University of California - Berkley | Space Sciences Laboratory

Vertex Aerospace was contracted by the University of California - Berkley (UCB) in  California to develop a thermal design and perform thermal analysis in support of the Ionospheric Connection Explorer (ICON) instrument suite.

  • Instrument Thermal Design and Analysis
 

Design Interface, Inc.

Vertex Aerospace was contracted by Design Interface, Inc. to perform thermal analysis of the ICESat-2 Advanced Topographic Laser Altimeter System (ATLAS) instrument HVPC electronics board.

SAFT Battery

Vertex Aerospace was contracted by SAFT Battery to perform thermal analysis for the GOES-R Lithium Ion Battery in preparation for the GOES-R Critical Design Review (CDR). Vertex Aerospace reviewed the GOES-R battery requirements, worked with the SAFT mechanical/thermal engineers and implemented the current design details in the Thermal Desktop model. Vertex Aerospace post-processed the temperature and heat flow adata and included the results in a Thermal Design Report.

Woodward

Vertex Aerospace was contracted by a commercial engineering company in the Mid-West to develop a thermal design, perform thermal analysis and develop a prototype to support the thermal control of an Aircraft Electronics Module.

Skybox Imaging, Inc.

Vertex Aerospace was contracted by Skybox Imaging, Inc., a commercial satellite company on the West Coast, to develop a thermal design and perform thermal analysis on their Earth Imaging Satellite. Launch scheduled for Winter 2012-2013.

  • Post-CDR Thermal Design and Analysis
  • Thermal Model Correlation