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1453 VT ROUTE 107
BETHEL, VT, 05032-4503

Company Profile

Transcend Engineering is a registered small business that performs R&D in engineering and the physical sciences. We have a proven record of developing sensor technologies, instrumentation and systems that extract meaningful information from complex and noisy signals in difficult environments. We have developed solutions for geotechnical, oceanographic, atmospheric, transportation, and security applications. Core Competencies ■ Design, development, and prototyping of novel sensor and instrumentation systems. ■ R&D of hardware, algorithms, and integrated systems for monitoring and detection involving temperature, pressure, strain, vibration, acoustics, and electrical properties. ■ Dielectric and optical-based measurements ■ Extracting actionable information from complex and noisy signals ■ Development and testing detection and quantification algorithms Differentiators ■ Broad range of experience in geo-environmental and earth science applications. ■ Addressing unique challenges of complex and/or chaotic dynamic environments. ■ Pioneering methods of detecting change in hidden features of dynamical systems. ■ Solutions that address operational context and system lifecycle ■ Innovative sensor concepts and signal processing approaches. Past Performance US Department of Energy International Ocean Discovery Program Ocean Networks Canada University of Victoria University of Rhode Island University of Vermont Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University Ecovative Design Applied Research Associates Company Data Transcend Engineering and Development, LLC DUNS 831763276 CAGE 5PFQ0 SIC 8731 NAICS (2012): 541712

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DUNS: 831763276
Hubzone Owned: N
Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: N
Woman Owned: N
Number of Employees: 7

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