Over the past four decades the Space Dynamics Laboratory (SDL) has placed sophisticated sensors on more than 400 research payloads ranging from aircraft and sounding rocket-borne sensors to space shuttle experiments, satellite systems, and instrumentation suites.
Our core capabilities include the development, fabrication and operation of infrared and visible sensors, passive and active cryogenic systems, upper atmospheric sensors, micro- and nanosatellites and subsystems, electro-optics, target detection and tracking systems, and environmental monitoring instrumentation. SDL also offers state-of-the-art data compression, terabyte class data processing, calibration services, mission operation support, and data visualization and analysis.
SDL has the facilities necessary to take programs from concept through delivery and mission operations. They include a comprehensive machine shop, class-100 clean rooms, integration high bays, environmental test facilities, a data processing center, and laboratories for full optical, mechanical, and electrical systems design and assemble.
SDL's quality system is certified to the ISO 9001 Standard.
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