WHAT WE DO
RDM Engineering offers a range of technology services. This is our technology-based area of expertise:
RDM Engineering is proud to have received the following awards:
Each and every RDM Engineering employee has the highest level of integrity in performing their daily tasks, with a "Hard Work Ethic" that is derived from their character. Being a part of RDM means that we know this is not merely a job, but every effort allows the warfighter the ability to perform his missions successfully and expeditiously, allowing all Americans to live safe lives.
RDM Engineering is proud to support the following charitable organizations:
RDM Engineering is proud to be a sponsor of the following organizations:
RDM Engineering was formed by Dave Rychalsky. During the late 1990’s, while working for AlliedSignal, Mr. Rychalsky was on a program called the Mortar Fire Control System, where he began working on the initial design & development of MFCS as Senior Product Development Engineer.
While working countless hours hand in hand with government employees, and being a part of the type-classification of the M95/M96 MFCS Heavy program in 2003, he decided to branch out on his own and create RDM Engineering in March of 2004, and the search to hire the very best to support hardware and software work for all of the Mortars and Common Fire Control programs began. RDM Engineering was a part of a cooperative effort between government and contractors that started with less than a handful of people, but has evolved into a workforce of over 100 direct employees.
Today, all RDM employees are completely integrated into every fire control program and are the key support people on all programs. The MFCS Heavy and Dismounted 120 programs, the Lightweight Handheld Mortar Ballistic Computer (LHMBC), the Portable Excalibur Fire Control System, the Universal Fire Control System, and the Accelerated Precision Mortar Initiative programs are all supported by many RDM Engineering employees at Picatinny Arsenal.
The MFCS Heavy program was rated in the top 5 Department of Defense programs in 2004, the LHMBC program was rated in the top 3 DoD program for 2005 and the MFCS Dismounted was rated in the top 5 DoD programs of 2007. Today, every member of the RDM Engineering team continues to be the integral factor of a fire control program and has proven to be the key to success for the government.
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