ADUSEA stands for Advanced Unmanned Systems, Engineering, and Aerospace. ADUSEA is a small, business, registered in Florida. We are women-owned, and most of our team is comprised of veterans.
All our employees and contractors we subcontract with, have either Active Secret or Top-Secret Clearance.
We specialize in Unmanned Systems, and we do so with each customer on a one-to-one engagement. All systems are designed and manufactured to the customer's specifications from the ground up.
We use the latest design and simulation software, as well as the latest manufacturing technologies, such as SLS, SLM, EMB printing, and multi-axis CNC. Our employees have years of experience in Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering. We always strive to be price competitive, as well as always be on time and on budget delivering on contracts and projects.
ADUSEA DUNS NUMBER: 117728122 | ADUSEA CAGE CODE: 9B4L9
336411 - Developing and making prototypes and new aircraft, conversions, and modifications.
541330 - Mechanical and Aeronautical engineering services.
541690 - Other scientific and technological consulting services.
541715 - Aerospace research and development.
335910 - Lithium battery manufacturing.
335991 - Carbon & Graphite product manufacturing.
336413 - Developing and making prototypes of aircraft parts and auxiliary systems.
336414 - Developing and making prototypes of missiles and space systems.
336415 - Developing and making of propulsion units and pasts and prototypes.
336419 - Missiles and space vehicle parts and auxiliary equipment manufacturing.
333511 - Industrial mold manufacturing.
336992 - Self-propelled weapons and products.
336999 - Aerospace products.
333514 - Special die and tool, jig and fixtures manufacturing for mold making.
927110 - Space research and technology.
928110 - National security and related activities.
ISO 9001 (Quality Management) - gives us a system to evaluate performance and drive continuous improvements. The aim of ISO 9001 compliance is to improve the quality of service or product sustainability.
ISO 27001 (Information Security and IT) – We have created and maintained an information security management system (ISMS) that will strengthen our defenses against cyber threats. ISO 27001 compliance means that we have clear IT security controls in place to protect operations, hardware, and employees from cyber-attacks.
ISO 45001 (Occupational Health and Safety) - compliance helps us to build an effective Occupational Health and Safety Management System. ISO 45001 focuses on protecting and improving both physical and mental health within the workplace. Being ISO compliant requires us to perform periodically internal audits of workplace hazards, as well as of future risks and challenges. Compliance with ISO 45001 ensures health and safety is an integral part of strategic decisions.
ISO 22301 (Business Continuity) - provides us an ISO framework to embed a reliable Business Continuity Management System. It’s recognized as the international standard for procedures to mitigate potential business disruption. Being ISO 22301 compliant provides reassurance to partners in the supply chain that an organization can cope with disruption.
ISO 14001 (Environmental Management) - provides us with a framework for creating an Environmental Management System. Being compliant requires us to set out environmental policy and objectives. This helps focus efforts, keeping environmental considerations at the forefront of business decisions. Further it prepares us for environmental emergencies within risk management plans. This can lower the risk of business disruption. We can can also make efficiency savings by assessing the use of resources and reducing wastage.
ISO 37001 (Anti-bribery) - Transparency, trust and good governance are the building blocks of an ethical, compliant organization. ISO compliance with standard 37001 assists us to prevent, identify and tackle bribery via best practice training, risk assessment and due diligence.
International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) controls the export and import of defense-related articles and services on the United States Munitions List (USML). According to the U.S. Government, all manufacturers, exporters, and brokers of defense articles, defense services, or related technical data must be ITAR compliant. Therefore, are also requiring our supply chain members to be ITAR compliant as well.
NIST is the National Institute of Standards and Technology at the U.S. Department of Commerce. The NIST Cybersecurity Framework outlines a framework of suggestions, recommendations, and regulations, for businesses doing business with the Government, reducing the cybersecurity risk and protecting networks and data.
NIST SP 800-171 is a NIST Special Publication that provides recommended requirements for protecting the confidentiality of controlled unclassified information (CUI). Defense contractors must implement the recommended requirements contained in NIST SP 800-171 to demonstrate their provision of adequate security to protect the covered defense information included in their defense contracts, as required by DFARS clause 252.204-7012. When contracting with the DoD, General Services Administration (GSA), NASA or other federal or state agencies’ supply chain, the implementation of the security requirements included in NIST SP 800-171 is a must.