Engineering and Development

img-engineering-development Dewey has the engineering tools, manufacturing resources, and test facilities to develop complex control and power systems.


  • Electrical Engineering
  • Engineering Development Lab
  • Engineering Technicians
  • Engineering Test and Development Areas
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • PRO-E Work Stations
  • Project Management
  • Prototype Area
  • Software Development
  • Systems Engineering

Control Systems

Dewey has developed controls for large scale applications such as mountain-wide snowmaking systems that operate in severe winter weather. Miniaturized controls for fuel cell reformers operating in high temperature environments have been developed by our engineers. Microcontroller based systems for military applications are our specialty. Learn more >

Rapid Prototype Development

Dewey has an established track record of providing prototype hardware, going from the customer’s napkin sketches to production quantities on the customer’s dock in months and not years. We have a dedicated prototyping factory assembly area, an engineering team that “gets its hands dirty,” and a company that delivers as promised. Learn more >

Low Rate Initial Manufacturing

Dewey has extensive experience in managing and successfully transitioning designs from prototype thru Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) into full production life cycles. We are experienced in performing First Article Testing (FAT) to satisfy military procurement requirements. Learn more >

Case Studies

Examples of Dewey Electronics’ Engineering and Development can be found in the following case studies. These are but a few of our success stories. Contact Dewey and write your own.

Control System Engineering and Development

Precise control of air flow, temperature, and fuel flow was needed to control the reforming process of JP-8 for fueling a fuel cell with hydrogen. Dewey developed the control boards and firmware to accomplish this. Download PDF >

Rapid Prototype Development

Hunter Defense Technologies approached Dewey Electronics with an urgent need for a customized 2kW generator. Deliveries were critical, and only a small quantity was required. Download PDF >

Low Rate Initial Manufacturing

The US Marine Corps contracted Dewey Electronics to provide a new battery charging Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) to power the IED Defeat System that was being installed on the Logistic Supply Vehicle. The quantity was significant and the delivery schedule critical. The design had to transition from prototype to LRIP seamlessly. Download PDF >