Wyle providing support services to USAF Center

  • 06-Jul-2012 08:54 EDT

Wyle is providing environmental research, analysis, and engineering services to the U.S. Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment under a $20 million contract in support of the center's mission to optimize Air Force environmental planning and promote the sustainability of Air Force installations. Wyle technical services include noise and air quality model prototyping and development, training, interoperability studies, and assessments related to human or community response to noise and emissions. Other services to be provided include critical measurement and sampling capabilities of noise and air quality, as well as architectural acoustics and noise control, structural acoustics and vibration, land-use and geo-spatial analysis, greenhouse gas inventories, and system-level analyses of environmental and energy efficiency practices and goals. Wyle will also provide geographical research and analysis products of environmental tasks, including cartographic efforts, remote sensing analysis and land use research, as well as refinement of population growth models based on reliability sampling and prediction techniques.

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