GS Engineering designs intelligent systems with leading experts in sensing, control, and software development, intensively focused on a single vision of success. We bring expertise together and never lose sight of that vision, resulting in advanced intra-vehicle safety systems and enhanced mobility, functionality, and capability. Intelligent systems offer the promise of greater response speed than human operators and integration of sensors that surpass the performance of the five senses. For example, we can embed sensors into aircraft or vehicle structures that “listen” to the vibration profiles and then adaptively control motors, actuators, or hydraulic systems for tuned performance. Because GS Engineering provides integrated electrical and mechanical engineering, we couple our services to ensure that structures, advanced materials, and controls are integrated in a complementary way. 

Autonomy in vehicle platforms extends beyond navigation, as we build intelligence into subsystems and recognize opportunities to deliver on the value that integrated controls have to offer. We believe controls innovation comes not from the technology itself, but from fully understanding the operator and machine in the field, focusing on reducing cognitive load by automating or enhancing their performance. Through proper integration of data acquisition and embedded hardware, GS Engineering delivers on the promise of intelligent systems, providing value across the human-machine system along with condition-based maintenance and reduced operator fatigue. Beyond operational subsystems, we ensure the proper integration to the aircraft or vehicle communication bus, so that system-level stability is likewise enhanced. We safely deliver this operator-assisted autonomy because of our deep experience in defense systems, which require our processes to be as robust as our innovation.

Case Study: seat Temperature control
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