Along with our regular business we also offer design, fabrication and test services to explore the possibilities of sensors for new applications. If you are looking for scientific or engineering assistance contact us, Click here
OSI has long been a proponent of using our research with our Long baseline Optical Anemometers (LOA) to benefit the airline and air cargo industry. Working with NASA in 2011 we developed the NASVOR system for detecting and measuring turbulence and tip vortices in aircraft takeoffs and landing approaches. The necessity for an opposing transmitter was done away with by the use of retroreflectors, making NASVOR essentially single-ended.
The use of NASVOR in airport applications promises to increase airport traffic while enhancing aircraft safety. Initial testing results have proved to be very promising and show the NASVOR system to be accurate, reliable, and a viable tool for airport operations.
Pictured here is a repair/upgrade of a multi-band Dept. of Energy Microwave Radiometer (DOER) 22.n / 36.5 / 89 GHz instrument we performed for Goddard Space Flight Center
Comments: The quality of technical work performed was outstanding and deserves a ++ rating.
Cost Control Excellent
Comments: There were no issues and deserves a 4 rating.
Timeliness of Performance Excellent
Comments: The timeliness of the technical work was outstanding and completed all work assignments within projected schedule. This deserves a + + rating.
Business Relations Excellent
Comments: Response to all inquires, technical services and administrative issues were effective and responsive and deserves a 4 rating.
Customer Satisfaction Excellent
Comments: Without the outstanding expertise, attitude and enthusiasm we would not have met all scientific goals within cost and schedule. This rating is 4.