Azimuth, Inc.

Supporting the defense of our nation

Manufacturing

From procurement and logistics to light and heavy manufacturing, our manufacturing teams are skilled and equipped with the resources to produce high-end electronics to heavily modified shelter systems.

Our teams have designed and manufactured thousands of electronic circuits and devices and produced rapid prototypes for customers using the latest manufacturing methods and equipment. Azimuth's in-house capability combined with our approved vendors enables us to move fast, control quality, and provide our customer the product they envision.


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Major Projects and Programs

JEFF Tactical Labs

Tactical DNA Laboratories


When BAE and Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) Joint Expeditionary Forensics Facilities (JEFF) Technical Design, Integration and Support Team needed a company to rapidly design and construct tactical DNA laboratory complexes utilizing Mobile Facilities Program (MFP) Shelters, they came to Azimuth. Azimuth refurbished “Fleet Return” containers into a new, usable configuration.

Upgrades included modern Environmental Control Units (ECU), flooring, epoxy paint, and laboratory furniture custom designed by Azimuth. Azimuth designed and constructed a unique overpressure system that maintains a clean working environment matching fixed facility modern hospital standards. The electrical wiring and distribution was upgraded to accommodate sensitive laboratory equipment as well as backup power generation.
The laboratory complexes are fully networked to accommodate data feeds from instrumentation as well as NIPRNET and SIPRNET connectivity.


Azimuth BISA System for Enrollment
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Biometric Identification System for Access (BISA)


U.S. troops face daily threats from terrorists and insurgents with their only refuge often being the safety of U.S. military facilities. The December 2004 suicide bombing of a U.S. military dining facility killed 22 people and demonstrated that bases are not always impenetrable. Thanks to a first-of-its-kind biometric ID system, a team lead by Computer Sciences Corporation fielded BISA to numerous locations. Azimuth is responsible for the design/build of the core system.

With the BISA, the U.S. Military ensured that all foreign nationals with access to U.S. military facilities have been cleared against U.S. databases of known terrorists and suspected enemy combatants. Once cleared, applicants receive biometrically enabled ID cards that must be used every time they enter a U.S. facility.