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    Cardinal Engineering Celebrates 14th Anniversary

    April 7th, 2024 | posted in Events, News

    Cardinal Engineering celebrated our 14th anniversary on April 7, 2024.

  2. “Soaring to New Heights” STEAM Event

    November 8th, 2023 | posted in News

    Marianne Mason chaired her children’s elementary school PTA sponsored Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math event. This year the team added an “A+” for Art to create the first STEAM night, “Soaring to New Heights”. Nearly two dozen hands-on activities were made available to cultivate interest and curiosity in STEAM, including: an Electronic Pulse Stimulator, MakeyRead More

  3. Cardinal Engineering Announces the Promotion of Dr. Edward Ammeen as Chief Technology Officer

    August 5th, 2023 | posted in News

    Cardinal Engineering is pleased to announce the promotion of Dr. Edward Ammeen as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Ed has been a respected leader at Cardinal since he joined the company in September 2019. As Principal Engineer and then as Technical Director in 2021, Dr. Ammeen has grown Cardinal’s organic capabilities in technology development and expandedRead More

  4. Cardinal Engineering selected by ONR for USV Shipboard Robotic R&M S&T Development Plan

    August 3rd, 2023 | posted in Uncategorized

    In support of the U.S. Navy’s Office of Naval Research (ONR), Cardinal Engineering and partners RTX BBN Technologies Corp. and Northeastern University were selected to develop a Science and Technology (S&T) Roadmap that will move today’s state-of-the-art robotics technologies to future robotic systems capable of performing fully autonomous maintenance and repair on unmanned surface shipboardRead More

  5. AI Based Ship Domain Autonomous Controller Phase I SBIR Awarded

    July 25th, 2023 | posted in Uncategorized

    Cardinal Engineering and partner Applied Simulation Technologies have been awarded a Navy Phase I SBIR for an Artificial Intelligence Based Ship Domain Autonomous Controller proof-of-concept.  This work will employ a neural network to learn and compensate for internal and external changes in surface ship system status and reduce the cognitive burden on ship’s force byRead More

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    Cardinal Engineering Celebrates 13th Anniversary

    April 15th, 2023 | posted in Events, News

    Cardinal Engineering celebrated our 13th anniversary on April 7, 2023.

  7. Cardinal Joins TEAMER

    April 7th, 2023 | posted in News

    We’re proud to announce that Cardinal Engineering has been selected as a TEAMER Numerical Analysis Facility!  The Testing Expertise and Access for Marine Energy Research (TEAMER™) program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and directed by the Pacific Ocean Energy Trust (POET), is for developers seeking access to the nation’s best facilities and expertiseRead More

  8. Cardinal Engineer participates in Elementary School Career Day Presentations

    March 9th, 2023 | posted in Events

    Justin Caruana, Manager of the Systems Survivability Division, presented at Career Day at Sequoyah Elementary School, Maryland.  Part of a full day of presentations representing a variety of career fields, Mr. Caruana talked to three classes of third grade students about Mechanical Engineering. Topics included what is Mechanical Engineering, the multitude of systems on U.S.Read More

  9. Cardinal Engineer serves as Committee Chair for PTA STEM Event

    February 23rd, 2023 | posted in Events

    Marianne Mason served as the committee chair for a Parent Teacher Association (PTA) event focused on Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) for elementary students in Montgomery County, Maryland. This was the first STEM event since the pandemic and approximately 300 students, parents, and teachers came out to experience the “Design, Test, and Build” event.Read More

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    Cardinal’s Programmatic Capabilities Deepening

    February 6th, 2023 | posted in News

    Cardinal is deepening our program management knowledge through professional coursework and certification. Cardinal believes that by partnering engineering competencies with the understanding of how to apply our skills to projects and programs we can achieve more. In doing so, project success rates are higher, communication improves, and ultimately, strategic changes are made possible. Recently attainedRead More