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Aerodyne Industries, LLC
Company Overview 2013
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About Aerodyne
• Established in 2006
• Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business
(SDVOSB)
• AS9100C certified
• Corporate headquarters are in Oldsmar, FL
• 112 employees located in JSC (Houston), Fort Bragg,
KSC (Cape Canaveral), MSFC (Huntsville) and
Oldsmar, Florida
• Serving the Aerospace, Defense, & Commercial
markets
• Core capabilities include:
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High technology service and support contracts
Information Technology, Integration & Management
Hardware, software, & systems engineering
Operations & logistics
Program management & consulting
Technical staffing/staff augmentation
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Leadership Team
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Andrew Allen - Chief Executive Officer
Andrew (Andy) Allen, CEO, has over 30 years of experience in the aerospace industry. As a former United
States Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel, Marine test pilot and NASA astronaut, he understands the critical role
of information technology, engineering, maintenance, operations and safety compliance. Following his service
with the Marine Corps and 3 space flights, he held several senior leadership positions at NASA Kennedy Space
Center (KSC), NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC), NASA Headquarters, United Space Alliance, Honeywell, and
Global Safety Labs.
Andy has received numerous honors, including the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit,
Distinguished Flying Cross, NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal, and NASA Exceptional Service Medal. He
holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Villanova University, a Masters in Business
Administration from the University of Florida, and honorary doctorates in Public Service, Engineering Science,
and Aerospace Management.
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Lee Williams - Chief Operating Officer (COO)
Lee Williams is a veteran manager in the electronics industry who has led several large organizations. His
experience includes being the Vice President of Field Operations for Honeywell's Industrial Automation and
Control Systems, the Vice President of Industrial Operations for Honeywell in Europe, and several years as a
Vice President and General Manager of Honeywell's Space Business. Lee has extensive experience in
transitioning management processes including tools and skills mix requirements to meet changing business
needs and reduce operating costs. Lee has a proven track record of effectively structuring complex
organizations and making them function efficiently and effectively.
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Experience and Capabilities
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TOSC:
We currently have electrical, mechanical, software, and quality engineers, Information Technology Specialist,
procurement and logistics specialists, and project managers, working on this NASA Kennedy Space Center
operations contract.
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JETS:
Engineers in disciplines that include aerodynamics, parachute dynamics, avionics systems, and payload
dynamics. We also provide hazard analysis, algorithm development, and project management on this NASA
Johnson Space Center engineering contract.
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ACES:
Field technicians and analysts working on this NASA Information Technology services contract.
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ORION:
We provide risk management and scheduling, avionics power supply development as well as CMMI/Software
process engineering
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ESSA:
We provide engineering and science skills on this NASA Marshall Space Flight Center contract.
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SITEC:
We provide voice and video infrastructure and computing management tasks including design, upgrade,
implementation and maintenance of the voice, video, and data infrastructure and management, support,
service, and maintenance for all of USSOCOM’s designated end-user devices for classified operations.
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Experience and Capabilities
• NASA Support & Operations
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Space operations
Facility & asset management
IT
Logistics
• Information Technology Systems
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Strategic planning
Technology integration
System Engineering
Software System Integration
System Risk assessments
FISMA compliance documentation
Vulnerability scans and threat assessment
• Project Management
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System engineering projects
Hardware design projects
Budget, schedule, and risk management
• Software/Systems Tools and Processes
• CMMI process consulting
• Lean Six Sigma
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Program implementation/development
Portfolio development/management
L6S Project Management (DMAIC)
Design training and mentoring
Data-based decision making
Process re-engineering
• IV&V – Flight Software
• Launch vehicles
• Space Shuttle Main Engine Controller
• Mobile range and telemetry
• Flight Software Development
• Satellite C&DH and payload processing
• Mobile range and telemetry
• Launch vehicle G&N
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Experience and Capabilities
• NASA Documentation
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Configuration Management
Safety Packages
Requirements documentation
• Space Operations
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Multiple Mission Console Operations
• Modelling and Simulation
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Guidance and Navigation
Target recognition
Mine detection math modelling
Combat Patient Trauma Simulation
Launch Actuator Simulation
• Flight Hardware Development
• Radar Display Computer
• Satellite computer
• Test Systems – Systems, HW, SW
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Space-based guidance components
Launch vehicle G&N – Actuator Simulation
Ground based G&N
Shuttle MEC and MDM
Mobile range and telemetry
Re-entry vehicle test station
• Integrated Logistics and Support
• Computerized maintenance management
systems
• Information systems support – Tank Engine
Health Data
• Tech manuals
• Training
• COTS to government (fire suppression systems)
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Aerodyne Brings Value
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Tremendous technical capabilities
Low cost structure
SDVOSB
Proven program management
capabilities
• In place quality systems
• Highly regarded small business in the
industry
Innovation. Quality. Integrity.
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