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For more than 40 years, DDL OMNI has provided expert data collection and analysis services to our government clients. Our engineers are skilled in providing collection processes and analysis systems tailored to meet our customers’ specific requirements.

Our full-cycle process begins by our assisting customers in developing precise technical requirements for the data collection system, and identifying the characteristics and parameters of the data to be collected. Next, we carefully analyze the capabilities of the existing collection system to achieve maximum value. If the collection system cannot adequately meet the requirement, we perform an engineering requirements analysis to enhance the current system or, when necessary, generate a fresh system specification.

When our customers have a need for a specific data collection and/or reduction capability, DDL OMNI staff responds with a full complement of services, including—

  • Analyzing and defining collection objectives, optimum functional requirements, and desired technical performance.
  • Performing gap analyses to determine attainability of performance requirements.
  • Identifying and analyzing system functions and sub-functions to identify all possible alternatives for meeting systems performance and design requirements.
  • Performing cost and performance trade-off analyses for each alternative to attain best possible approach.
  • Determining specific performance design requirements for each function and sub-function.
  • Preparing detailed timelines that encompass acquisition and development of the system, including hardware, computer programs, procedural data, facilities and personnel.

DDL OMNI currently provides acoustic data collection and analysis services to a number of Federal government customers, including the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division (NSWCCD) for ship acoustics, acoustic data collection systems, system performance and self noise analysis, as well as acoustic signal processing and at sea experimental design and testing. We also support the Naval Underwater Warfare Center (NUWC) in the collection and analysis of data for the test and evaluation of the Submarine Towed Array Sonar Program.