History Highlights Through the Years
DSI wins National Guard Bureau contract for Air Traffic Control and ATCALS Maintenance.
Exodyne, Inc., celebrates its 35th anniversary.
DSI secures Ramp Control Tower Services management for SeaTac.
Exodyne, Inc., celebrates its 30th anniversary.
DSI commences contract with Detroit Metro Airport to expand aviation services into ramp control and gate management.
Exodyne, Inc., celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Exodyne, Inc., forms Exodyne Properties, Inc. (EPI) on 1 May 1986: a real estate management and investment vehicle.
DSI begins to work with youth as a Department of Labor contractor.
Ralph Rockow forms Exodyne, Inc., and purchases DSI in October 1982.
Talley Industries, Inc., purchases DSI.
Ultrasystems, Inc., acquires DSI in March.
vSER moves to a new test facility at 19th Ave. and Pinnacle Peak Road.
Dynamic Science, Inc. (DSI), a division of Marshall Industries, purchases AvSER. Ralph Rockow joins DSI.
AvSER performs crashworthy fuel systems for rotary-wing aircraft.
AvSER completes advanced testing on aircraft crew restraint seating and helmet systems.
AvSER carries out aircraft crash tests using simulated nuclear payloads.
AvSER conducts the first aircraft test using passenger airbags.
AvCIR broadens its scope and changes its name to Aviation Safety Engineering and Research (AvSER).
The Flight Safety Foundation assumes ownership of AvCIR.
AvCIR moves from New York to the Deer Valley Airport in Phoenix, Arizona.
From 1942 to 1959, DSI focuses on the collection of aviation crash test data through direct accident investigation and AvCIR program agency participation.
DSI is established to assist in the Cornell University Medical College crash injury research project.
DeHaven becomes Cornell University Medical College research associate, which leads to formation of Aviation Crash Injury Research group (AvCIR).
The U.S. Navy asks DeHaven to make its planes safer.
Hugh DeHaven is injured in an airplane training flight and begins to research aviation safety.