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In Service Engineering Activity (ISEA) Trandes has been a key contractor providing ISEA level electronic equipment overhaul and refurbishment services for Code 233 Airspace Systems Division of SSC San Diego for more than 12 years. We cover the full spectrum of shelterized C4ISR (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance). Our work ranges from basic research and prototype development through systems engineering and integration to life-cycle support of fielded systems. Trandes assists Code 233 in performance of their duties of In Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) for several relevant and similar shelterized programs on behalf of the U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S. Navy. These programs include:
Navy Air Traffic Control Systems (ATC)
Marine ATC and Landing System (MATCALS)
Air Surveillance & Ranges
Tactical Air Navigation (TACAN)
Navigational Aids (NAVAIDS)
Precision Approach Radar (PAR)
Instrument Landing System (ILS)
Digital Wideband Transmission System (DWTS)
Trandes is providing highly specialized services in developing and operating an overhaul, repair, and engineering facilities for legacy Air Traffic Control systems and other communications-electronic systems. Trandes developed these capabilities as the ISEA functions were transferred under BRAC from NISE-West, Mare Island, to NRaD/SPAWARSYSCEN, San Diego. Trandes experts in production and overhaul, especially related to legacy Air Traffic Control systems, and network control systems, recruited nationwide, have played a major role assisting Code 233 in reestablishing, at Building 2 OTC, a production facility with a trained workforce capable of timely and cost-effective overhaul of legacy systems across multiple production lines. It took Code 233 and Trandes, in tandem, over five years to reconstitute the capability after similar production facilities at Mare Island were closed.