CAPABILITIES to succeed
Ahmic Aerospace occupies 3,200 square feet of office and laboratory space. Our facilities are equipped with the state-of-the-art resources necessary for the design, development, characterization, testing and evaluation of our measurement instrumentation. Ahmic maintains a DCAA approved time keeping, estimating and accounting system.
Ahmic Aerospace is an ITAR Certified Manufacturer. The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) is a set of United States government regulations that control the export and import of defense-related articles and services on the United States munitions list. With an ITAR registration, Ahmic is able to bring significant design and manufacturing capabilities to a broader customer base and demonstrate our commitment to and understand of government market segments.
Sensor design work and research is supported through SolidWorks, ANSYS, and other commercial software packages to facilitate our CAD, FEA, and CFD requirements. Proprietary software and tools also play a key role in tailoring sensor development quickly to customer requirements. Ahmic strongly believes in investing in internal research and development efforts to continually advance our instrumentation technology. Our facilities enable us to move quickly from concept to advanced prototype and low-rate production.
Our laboratory contains all necessary support equipment for NIST-traceable sensor calibration and testing, including high-speed DAQ systems, load cell test stands, vacuum/pressure chamber, environmental test chamber, high-temperature ovens, shaker table, and miniature EMI chamber. Our calibration procedures follow the ANSI/ASME standard on test uncertainty. Ahmic utilizes NI LabVIEW, Signal Express, and Matlab software to control laboratory instrumentation and signal processing.
Ahmic collaborates with numerous leaders in academia, government, and private research across a broad range of world-class wind tunnel and water channel facilities. Ahmic also maintains a close academic partnership with Virginia Tech and The Ohio State University. We are currently constructing a hypersonic wind tunnel to expand our R&D capabilities that will be able to operate from Mach 2 to 7 across a wide enthalpy range.