Eurotech’s Dynatem™ to Focus on Designing and Building Rugged COTS Products for Defense and Aerospace Programs
Dynatem to Operate as an Independent Business Unit within Eurotech Inc.
Eurotech has announced that its Dynatem business unit is being re-focused to specialize in the design and build of rugged COTS-based boards and systems for use in defense and aerospace applications.
Acquired by Eurotech in 2011, Dynatem specializes in the rapid design and manufacturing of rugged embedded boards and systems that are Size, Weight, and Power (SWaP) optimized for use in ground vehicles, aircraft, and maritime installations worldwide. The organization has extensive custom engineering, system integration, and program management expertise. As a Qualified Small Business supplier of engineering services and systems to the Defense and Aerospace market, Dynatem will operate as an independent business unit within Eurotech Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Eurotech Group.
“Dynatem has a rich history of delivering world-class technology solutions for use in mission-critical applications,” said Dusty Kramer, CEO of Eurotech Inc. “This announcement demonstrates Eurotech’s commitment to extending the Dynatem legacy as a well-respected long-term supplier to the Defense and Aerospace community.”
The Dynatem business unit will be tasked with leveraging open architecture COTS technologies to deliver highly reliable and cost-effective embedded boards and rugged subsystems to meet the needs of demanding programs and applications such as Command, Control, Communications, Compute, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR). Initial product offerings will include ruggedized Tactical Mission Computers, IP Networking solutions, and High Performance Embedded Computing (HPEC) systems. Dynatem products are designed to be customizable to meet specific program requirements. By leveraging in-house engineering expertise, Dynatem can quickly tailor its standard system offerings to meet specific customer demands, reducing schedule risk and minimizing non-recurring engineering (NRE) fees.