ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
Combining judgment and sophisticated analytical and experimental methods, we have a reputation for skill and creativity in the development of new technologies and the solution of difficult problems.
For over 50 years, world-class engineers have gathered in this beautiful Upper Valley location to solve problems and bring ideas from the drawing board to real-life use. Our efforts have resulted in new companies that dominate their market segment to solutions that have enabled the exploration of Mars and deepest reaches of the universe. You can depend on Creare's proven ability to innovate to deliver the competitive advantage and to develop new products in a shorter time-to-market.
Creare-developed solutions routinely exceed our industry and government customers' expectations. The commercialization paths for our innovations include licensing, delivery of specialized products, and highly successful spin-off companies.
CREARE IS AN IDEAL PARTNER FOR US.
After working with Creare on many projects, I truly value their responsiveness and professionalism. They apply innovative technologies to challenging applications, while consistently delivering outstanding engineering and expertise across a wide range of disciplines.
—John Johnston, President/CEO StarRotor
OUR SENIOR STAFF ARE LEADERS IN THEIR FIELDS
We are always pushing the limits on the cutting edge of technological and scientific development. From building spacecraft cryogenic systems to developing signal processing software for cardiology to troubleshooting thermal/fluid problems in nuclear power stations, our exceptional teams efficiently solve complex challenges.
Dr. Jay Rozzi,
Dr. Odile Clavier,
Dr. Bob Kline-Schoder,
Dr. Patrick Magari,
Dr. Mike Izenson,
News & Events
The US Navy has an ongoing need for precise and effective methods for full dimensional, full-strength restoration of damaged aircraft components. Damage can be caused by the installation, removal and handling of aircraft parts, as well as impact by foreign object debris. For smaller nicks, dings and dents, the goal is to restore the part […]
Creare has recently delivered a heat exchanger that was used to successfully recover waste heat from the exhaust gas stream from an RR-250 gas turbine engine. Creare teamed with Innovative Automation Inc., Electratherm, and the United States Naval Academy to demonstrate waste heat recovery and conversion to electrical power at the USNA Gas Turbine Laboratory. […]
Creare will be attending the Tailhook Symposium again this year to showcase our aircraft carrier technologies that support US Navy aviation. The symposium is September 6-9, 2018 in Reno, Nevada. This year, we will feature two near-term procurement programs funded by Naval Air Systems Command. We will also exhibit other projects intended to further automate […]
Creare will deliver two presentations at the upcoming Turbine Engine Technology Symposium (TETS) on September 10-13, 2018 in Dayton, Ohio. The TETS Symposium is a biennial forum where the United States turbine engine community gathers to review and discuss the latest turbine engine technology advances. An audience of approximately 1000 is expected, drawing participants from […]
Comfortable and effective head and hearing protection is necessary for Navy personnel working in high noise environments like a carrier flight deck or the well deck of amphibious ships. Creare has recently received funding to further productize its commercially available helmet into an improved flight deck cranial called Triple Hearing Protection (THP). This new safety […]
Future nuclear power plants can provide a large-scale source of environmentally benign power generation while improving plant safety and minimizing proliferation risks. Some innovative reactor designs use uranium alloy fuel pins made with annular geometries that reduce fuel temperature and swelling compared to solid pins. To realize these benefits, high volume advanced manufacturing methods are […]
The results of a research project led by Dr. Jay Buckey of Dartmouth College have just been published, as described in this American Journal of Physiology press release. The findings suggest that changes in the eye that occur during spaceflight may be related to how much an astronaut weighs. The study is published ahead of […]
Superconducting electronics and spectral-spatial holography have the potential to revolutionize digital communications, but must operate at cryogenic temperatures, near 4 Kelvin. Liquid helium is undesirable for military missions due to logistics and scarcity. Commercial low temperature cryocoolers are unable to meet size, weight, power, and environmental requirements for many missions. To address this need, Creare […]