Marine Platform Technology
- Roadmapping/integrating new technology
- Determining technology readiness
- Evaluating test results
Design, Engineering, and Analysis
- Designing engineering concepts
- Conducting comparative/trade studies
- Reviewing designs
Total Ships Systems Engineering
- Analyzing mission needs
- Establishing engineering requirements
- Integrating functional engineering systems
- Planning upgrades and modernization
Program Management, Operations and Support
- Availability planning through execution and completion
- Readiness Assessments and FTA assistance
- Planning lifecycle engineering and ILS
- JFMM implementation
- Maintenance training and curriculum development
Accelerated Hydrodynamics Science and Technology (S&T) Initiative, Office of Naval Research
Addx helped execute $12 million of S&T funding while managing industry, Navy, and academic investigators who used computational fluid dynamics tools to design advanced ship hull forms and propulsors. Addx also compared model tests with computed results to determine the tools’ usefulness and support verification, validation, and accreditation for DD(X) and advanced hull forms.
Advanced Integrated Hull, Mechanical, and Electrical (HM&E) Systems
Addx analyzed requirements for integrated hull and deck systems to reduce crew size and observables. Addx also analyzed the market and advanced development systems to support anchoring, mooring, underway replenishment, and helicopter and boat operations.
U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Structural Survey and Verification Support Services for the Structural Enhancement Drydock Availability (SEDA) Program
Addx oversees the management and quality control of depot-level repairs of the Maritime Security Cutter Large (WMSL)/National Security Cutter (NSC) program, providing contract management services, testing, and other assessments for ship readiness. Addx ensures the implementation and application of military and industry best practices, processes, and policies, providing the critical element of Quality Control to ship repairs.
U.S. Coast Guard Office of Boats Construction Support Services
Addx monitors the construction and modification of the Small Boat Product Line (SBPL) performing inspections, witnessing trials, reviewing deliverables, assisting in development of the maintenance program, providing support to the warranty determination process, supporting the development of changes, and supporting the vessel’s integration into the Surface Forces Logistics Center (SFLC).