February 23, 2018 11:35 PM ET

Aerospace and Defense

Company Overview of Calspan Corporation

Company Overview

Calspan Corporation assists in the development of new aircrafts, and provides data for the design and testing of automotive systems worldwide. It offers aerospace analysis, electronic systems, flight test and aircraft operations, wind tunnel testing, machining and fabrication, and test services. The company was formerly known as Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory and changed its name to Calspan Corporation in November 1971. Calspan Corporation was founded in 1946 and is based in Buffalo, New York with locations in Niagara Falls, New York; Patuxent, Maryland; and Mojave and Edwards, California. It also has additional offices in Brazil and Korea. Calspan Corporation is a prior subsidiary of Gener...

4455 Genesee Street

Buffalo, NY 14225

United States

Founded in 1946

Phone:

716-632-7500

Fax:

716-631-6969

Key Executives for Calspan Corporation

President
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President
Chief Executive Officer of Calspan Holdings and President of Calspan Holdings
Vice President of Human Resources
Director of Restructured Transportation Research Group
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

Calspan Corporation Key Developments

Calspan Receives National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Contract for Executing Automotive Crash Tests to Verify That Vehicles Comply with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 214, Side Impact Protection

Calspan announced that it has been awarded the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration contract for executing automotive crash tests to verify that vehicles comply with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 214, Side Impact Protection. Under this five year contract, Calspan will provide the necessary qualified personnel, facilities, and equipment to perform inspection, compliance testing, and reporting services. Calspan delivers superior automotive safety testing services to support government programs, vehicle manufacturers, and regulatory agencies. In January of 2018, Calspan will open a crash test facility to support the growing needs of the automotive crash test industry. The FMVSS 214 tests will be performed in Calspan's new crash testing laboratory, located in Buffalo, New York. This newly designed and constructed facility utilizes the most advanced crash testing technology and equipment available.

MESSRING and Calspan Partner to Provide Automotive Test Solutions

MESSRING and Calspan announce that a partnership agreement has been established between both companies. This partnership fulfills a growing market need for automotive crash test services and the associated specialized equipment in response to the recent increase in the number of vehicular fatalities year over year. Against the backdrop of the yearly increase in deaths from car crashes since 1975, and with the U.S. Department of Transportation considering a major upgrade of the U.S. New Car Assessment Program (NCAP), automotive manufacturers and suppliers must begin to invest in crash test facilities, services, and equipment to develop safer vehicles. The complexities involved with building a new or upgrading an existing crash test facility are widely variable. The types of testing, types of vehicles that can be tested, and the ability of the facility to conform to future requirements all factor into proper crash facility design. A partnership between MESSRING and Calspan will provide customers with a singular point of contact, resulting in a best value solution. Together, they will jointly present customers holistic solutions which encompass identifying and acquisition of suitable real estate, conceptual crash lab design, specialized crash lab equipment and construction management. Furthermore, to minimize the impact that downtime can have on a lab being upgraded, Calspan will provide crash test services and test specific training on its MESSRING equipment therefore making the transition for the customer seamless. Under this agreement, Calspan will also perform calibrations on MESSRING loads cells, DAS products and speed traps.

Calspan Wins $20 Million VISTA/F-16 In-Flight Simulator Contract

Calspan announced the award of a 5-year contract worth more than $20 million by the United States Air Force. Calspan will provide services that include support for the Variable Stability In-Flight Simulator and Test Aircraft (VISTA) for the United States Air Force Test Pilot School (USAF TPS) at Edwards Air Force Base in California. Under this contract, Calspan will provide maintenance, operations support, engineering, and curriculum development for the USAF TPS VISTA/F-16.

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