Autotest to Provide ATE Testing for Lockheed-Martin

April 10, 2002 by Jeff Shepard

Autotest Co. (San Antonio, TX) announced that it has signed an agreement with Lockheed-Martin’s NE&SS Baltimore Division to provide a series of ATE functional test units for testing the cell-control module, hazard-control module and power-module tray assembly functions on the missile launching systems developed by the Lockheed-Martin NE&SS anti-submarine warfare and ocean surveillance systems unit.

Autotest CTO and Vice President for Engineering Robert Moyer stated, "Our systems offer the inherent ability to test and evaluate critical power outputs and QC parameters. Our APG for Windows features provide a user-friendly environment to develop additional and seamless integration of military critical tests and tactical requirement with proven, Autotest developed, industry standards for the NE&SS operations."