The U.S. Army required a high-fidelity device to control UGVs and provide soldiers with fire control for the remote weapons station.
The U.S. Army’s modernization efforts with the development of a novel forming process for next-generation technology tracer projectiles.
CCDC needed to replace a legacy device to evaluate weapon performance.
JAKTOOL was tasked with adding features to an existing Android application used for data acquisition and logging to improve usability and flexibility.
CCDC-AC required support on producibility of 40mm CUAS cartridges.
Illuminate effects for use on crew-served weapon systems.
JAKTOOL was tasked with assembling a high-pressure test fixture to screen energetic material at the lab scale.
The U.S. Army sought a modular turn-key experimental fixture to enable high speed video capture of tail boom exhaust gases during mortar cartridge testing within a limited budget.
The U.S. Military required industry-leading, computer-aided manufacturing and complex prototyping capabilities across a variety of materials to develop innovative hardware and minimize iteration time.
The U.S. Army ARDEC required a Turnaround Assembly prototype to field-test prototype 30MM ballistic hardware for the M230 chain gun weapon system.