From Drawing Board to Battlefield
You supply the concept. We will design the prototype and finished system that functions exactly as you need it to or better — regardless of the architecture or platform. You supply the requirements. We will develop the hardware and integrate it with existing systems for smooth, flawless performance.
STG engineers and manages systems that work even under the most challenging of conditions — on the battlefield, in extreme climates and under heavy user demands.
At our state-of-the-art facility in Warrenton, Virginia, we design, integrate, fabricate, modify, reset and test equipment and systems.
Comprehensive Life-Cycle Support
At STG, we upgrade and enhance your existing systems as new equipment and technology becomes available. From conception to retirement, we provide complete life-cycle support for products and projects. When equipment is returned from the field for refurbishment and repair, we redeploy it in near-perfect condition.
STG supports equipment life cycle in a number of ways. We write the technical data and technical manuals for the equipment we develop. Our team has expertise in a variety of systems, including hydrolics, power systems, environmental controls, fiber optics and more. Our logistics department works seamlessly with the Army’s inventory system, ensuring that no snags in supply acquisition occur.
The STG Distinction
With a proven track record of coming in on time and under budget, STG’s Systems Engineering and Integration Team goes beyond the requirements to deliver innovative, high-performance solutions. Our team members take great pride in their work and craftsmanship and in exceeding 10–20 standards on every job. With so many STG employees having served in the armed forces, we know intimately what the soldier in the field wants and needs. Our mission is nothing less than helping the warfighter achieve their mission while keeping him or her as safe as possible.
Our Production Acceptance Tests (PAT) process ensures that everything that goes out the door is functioning at or above performance requirements. The PAT process includes more than 150 items that must be checked to verify that the system is 100 percent ready to perform. Our innovative PAT process is widely regarded and has been adopted as a standard operating procedure in other organizations. In addition, our best practices approach using ISO and CMMI processes ensures that improvements are continuous and repeatable.
Because we design, fabricate, build and service equipment all within our systems engineering and integration organization, nothing gets lost in translation. Communication is efficient, and collaboration is easy. When new requirements and new ideas are introduced, we are able to respond with agility, flexibility and innovation.
Systems Engineering and Integration Services at a Glance
- System Prototype Development
- Manufacturing and Production
- Product Testing and Evaluation
- Product Design and Development
- Integrated Logistics Support
- System Life-Cycle Support
- Management and Contracting Support