MTEQ is comprised of two complementary divisions. The Technical Services Division designs and develops prototype sensors and systems to include requirements capture, design studies, detailed design, development and fabrication, modeling, documentation, integration and test support within a robust Configuration Management (CM) structure. The Manufacturing Services Division fabricates, tests, and qualifies both prototype and production-ready end articles.
MTEQ’s Technical Services Division provides advanced sensor and systems design support for Department of Defense (DoD), Intelligence, and Law Enforcement agencies. MTEQ’s Manufacturing Services Division provides rapid prototyping and production capabilities for military and commercial customers. Our two divisions work in concert to provide our customers with “cradle to grave” support through prototype design to production services.
To provide landmark support the Warfighter and beyond; providing superior technical, engineering, and manufacturing services at cost effective rates. We have accrued over 18 years of specialized experience in customized initial concept design, electronic fabrication/prototyping, and sensor systems integration for a variety of defense and commercial applications.
MTEQ is a robust service provider of both engineering and manufacturing services. We offer full-spectrum capability across all phases of the production lifecycle, from research and development, requirements analysis, design, engineering, production, and testing all the way through field support and training.
MTEQ supports the Department of Defense and Intelligence, Surveillance, and reconnaissance communities providing sensor design and development programs with capabilities that span full program life cycle support from scientific and R&D efforts to engineering design and development and rapid prototyping and production. We are organized into two integrated divisions: Technical services and Manufacturing services. MTEQ has developed and delivered numerous prototypes and production sensor runs for force protection and ISR applications (e.g., CERBERUS force protection sensor subsystems, airborne and ground-based hyperspectral payloads, and counter-IED sensors).