Through nurturing partnerships with industry, academia and governments, we stay at the forefront of technology development and expansion, innovating for our customers' advantage.
We're a company of highly experienced experts and engineers with unique expertise, committed to solving some of the world's most challenging problems.
- Advanced Materials & Manufacturing
- AI, Analytics & Big Data
- Cyber Activities
- Sensing, Data Processing & Data Fusion
- Emerging Technology, 4IR,
- Power Sources, Energy Storage
- Energy Distribution & Recycling
- Robotic & Autonomy
- Secure Communication & Navigation
- Human Protection & Performance
- Design & Engineering
- Disruptive Design
- Digital Design, Manufacturing & Services
- Certification Processes & Documentation
- Research & Development
- Simulation, Test & Evaluation
- Mission-Led Innovation
- Cyber & Digital Resilience
- Training & Mission Rehearsal
- Strategic operational appreciations and analysis
- Strategic analyses
- Capability conceptualization, definition & development
Operations research and analysis
- Context or scenario-based capaility modelling and simulation
- Capability costing
- Capital pfoject business cases and management
- Decision making and decision support
- Capability assurance and performance managment
The TOGAF (The Open Group Architecture Framework) is the most used framework architecture that rpovides for designing, planning, implementing, and governing an enterprise information technology architecture. TOGAF is a high level approach to design.
It is typically modeled at four levels:
It relies heavily on modulization, standardization, and already existing, proven technologies and products.
While a highly developed management discipline within several national military organisations, the concepts, principles and practices of capability management are readily adaptable and effective for application in the strategy and operations of many other enterprises.
Enterprises consist of a portfolio of capabilities that are used in various combinations to achieve outcomes. Within that portfolio, a capability will be transient unless managed and maintained over time. Therefore, a typical capability lifecycle spans needs, requirements, acquisition, in-service and obsolescence/disposal phases.
WDeXo - Dynamic Capabilities.