RAM provides assessments of end-user requirements
in terms of system engineering, system definition and requirements
specification, preliminary and critical design and documentation inputs,
program management support, and Subject Matter Expert (SME) support for new
capabilities, modifications to existing capabilities, and expectations for
future growth. We have applied this capability in support of information
system, aviation, test, training, and logistics applications.
RAM provides a complete software engineering, development and
maintenance capability to support network software requirements, software
migration, adaptation of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) applications,
development of custom applications, and to provide life-cycle software
maintenance. RAM performs detailed evaluation of software requirements with
the functional proponents, examines related supporting software documents,
and assesses the effects of proposed software modifications on system
RAM is experienced in supporting Government and industry testing
requirements, including test planning; software; and data collection,
reduction, and analyses. RAM test engineers develop test events that result
in appropriate data to enable assessments of the degree to which test
objectives have been met.
RAM developed an Aviation Safety Program designed to identify and
eliminate hazards, reduce risk, and promote safe working practices. RAM
developed specific written procedures applicable to potential risks
affecting aviation personnel and documents those procedures in Flight
Operations Manuals. RAM provided requirements analysis and definition
support and developed engineering recommendations for voice and flight data
program requirements in support of the Army's Aircraft Mishap Analysis and
Investigation (MAI) activities. On numerous occasions, RAM Flight Data
Engineers traveled to mishap sites to provide direct engineering support to
Mishap Investigation Boards (MIB) and collect engineering data to support
the reduction, analysis, and presentation of mishap conclusions. These
efforts included supporting flight simulator operations to fly profiles
leading up to the mishap sequence for the purposes of gaining insight into
aircraft/crew performance. RAM, as a member of the Army Aviation Safety
Investment Strategy Team (ASIST), identifies hazards, risks and controls,
and ranks these into important budgetary and investment requirements to
achieve breakthrough gains in aviation safety.
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