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Tao Systems develops and sells best-of-its-class flow and structural measurement products for the aeronautics/marine engineering industries and the general fluid dynamics community. For over a decade, Tao Systems has rendered engineering research, development, and consulting services to an international customer base. The accumulated experience in aerodynamics, hydrodynamics and measurement electronics has allowed us to provide innovative solutions in the most challenging and diverse environments.

Core areas of expertise include fluid dynamics, structures, mixed signal circuit design, control systems, and aerospace and marine engineering. Products range from high-end anemometers for flow characterization to air speed sensors to high-sensitivity strain gage instrumentation. Projects range from computational modeling and analysis to prototype fabrication and testing to complete system integration.

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Recent News

Tao Systems Expands Office to New Location

Hampton, Va., April 2, 2012 -- Tao Systems is now located in a new building at 1100 Exploration Way, Hampton, VA. The National Institute of Aerospace (NIA) operates the new building to foster co-located, collaborative research and development projects between the government, industry and academic institutions such as Virginia Tech, University of Maryland and University of Virginia. NIA will have a dedication ceremony on April 12, 2012.

Tao Systems Named as a Partner to AMA in the TEAMS 2 Contract Recently Awarded by NASA

Hampton, Va., February 22, 2012 -- NASA announced the selection of Analytical Mechanics Associates Inc. of Hampton to provide engineering services to support research and technology development for the NASA Langley Research Center.

The Technology, Engineering and Aerospace Mission Support 2 (TEAMS 2) contract was awarded after a competitive selection and will support multiple long-term, complex NASA missions. Contract support will include such services as support of scientific research; engineering design, analysis and development; and technology readiness level advancement of work associated with evolving NASA missions. TEAMS 2 also will implement technology programs, tests, operations, systems analysis and conceptual design; and provide program and project management support.

To view the official press release from NASA, click here

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