P A M S  

AMCO-PEIS Strategic Program

 (In-line with Strategic Plan 1984 - Revised 2019)

Theme: Alignment; Technology; Collaboration; Strategic Integration

Sectors: Aerospace; Agriculture; ICT; Mining; Manufacturing

PAMS Mission

Strengthen National Infrastructure by Optimizing Indigenous Resources


Research Focus 
(Reference reports/ links available at bottom of this page)

Autonomous Energy Grids

Critical Minerals Mining

Digital Twins High Value Manufacturing 

Energy Efficiency 

Fuel Cell Technologies 

Hydrogen Electrolysers Supply Chain

Our Three Pronged Methodology

Transformational R&D

Technology Risk Mitigation

Workforce Skills Development


Scaling up R&D to Lawful Product Commercialization

Lead Policy Advisor

Pacific Enterprises International Syndicate - PEIS

Lawful Technology Transfer Partners

USA SAM & DoD CAGE Code Status: Active

USA Prime NAICS Code: 541690, Prime SIC Code: 87420501

How We Accomplish

To implement PAMS Program, in addition to in-house resources, we engage industry renowned Consultants & Companies on Project-to-Project basis. AMCO-PEIS amasses the best possible team of Multi-Discipline Experts; Engineers; ICT, Financial and Legal Experts; Managers and Experienced Workforce, as per Terms of Reference (ToR) of the Project.

Underlying Core Technologies

Quantum Computing;

Augmented RealityDirected Energy Deposition;

Hybrid ManufacturingRapid Prototyping

Maritime & Offshore Engineering

Our Focus: Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs)

Expedition funded by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), a team from the University of Washington Applied Physics Lab carried out an expedition. The main goal of this expedition was to collect data for developing new acoustics-based methodologies that will pave the way for persistent, distributed observation of organisms that occupy the middle levels of the ocean food web mid-trophic organisms.

Additive Manufacturing Process

Directed Energy Deposition (DED) is a more complex 3D printing process, typically used to repair or add additional material to existing components. DED is often used for industrial applications such as repairing damaged aircraft engines, turbine blades or propellers, industrial plants, power generation units, offshore platforms and oil & gas industry core equipment etc.

Augmented Reality (AR) is where computer-generated graphics superimpose with the physical environment. In other words, the objects seen in the real-world are now “augmented” with more information provided by AR technology.

Virtual Reality (VR) is a computer-generated graphical space that allows users to experience various environments. Users can travel even to the medieval era and then teleport to a fictional village.

Large-scale Metal Additive Manufacturing

U.S. Dept. of Energy

Case Study

High Value Manufacturing

Defense Industry: Small Jet Engine Production

Additive Hybrid Manufacturing - 2014 

Metal Parts: 3D Printing

Program Methodology

Workforce Skills Development

Phase-Wise Facilities Upgradation

Customized Machinery for Specific Applications

Rational: Scaling up R&D to Lawful Product Commercialization

Potential Benefits

Across Entire Manufacturing Supply Chain


To Accelerate the Adoption of Enabling Technological Tools

Our Focus: Enabling Technologies Strategy

(For Deep Dive Double Click Each Hyperlink)

1. Advanced Materials

2. Biosciences            

3. Electronics             

   4. Sensors and Photonics

Development of Enabling Technologies

(Plasma + Laser Combination)

    1. Additive Manufacturing

  2. Hybrid Manufacturing

3. CNC Machining         

4. Electro-Optics          

     5. Fire Suppression System

                                      6. Ultra-High-Pressure (UHP)                             


Disruptive Enabling Technologies

Rapid Prototyping Technologies  (RPT)

Rapid Analysis and Manufacturing Propulsion Technology (RAMPT)

The Rapid and Analysis Manufacturing Propulsion Technology (RAMPT), a NASA Project, is advancing manufacturing methods that will improve the performance and reduce the production costs of rocket thrust chamber “assemblies.” These thrust chamber “assemblies” are made up of a combustion chamber, nozzle and joints. In rocket engines, fuel and an oxidizer are mixed and burned in the combustion chamber. This combustion produces hot exhaust, which is passed through a nozzle to accelerate the flow and produce thrust.

Thrust chamber assemblies are the most expensive parts of rocket engines to develop because they are highly complex and take a long time to manufacture. They are also the heaviest components within a rocket engine, and can significantly drive up the costs of missions.

Focus Areas

Advanced Materials | Biosciences | Electronics  | ICT | Photonics | Sensors

Applications by Industries

Aerospace | Agriculture | Automotive | 

Consumer | Defense | Electronics | Energy |

Marine | Medical | Mining | Transport 

Robotic Process Automation Deployment Tools

Strategic Context

Read More... About US Policy 

Regarding Advanced ManufacturingOur Featured Projects

Project NOVA-1MF 



Facility Type
Additive Manufacturing  | Hybrid Manufacturing  | Rapid Prototyping

Additive Manufacturing  | Hybrid Manufacturing

Hybrid Manufacturing
United Kingdom

Additive Manufacturing  | Hybrid Manufacturing  

Program Funding: Project-to-Project Financial Structuring, based on Lawful Islamic Ethical Financial Principles

Country: Pakistan | USA | Kenya

Facility Capabilities:  Rapid Prototyping | Hybrid Manufacturing | Additive Manufacturing 

Lead Entity: AMCO Engineering

Areas of Responsibilities:

  • Pakistan: Mr. Mohammad Akmal Mirza President & CEO
  • USA & North Asia: Mr. Mohammad Afzal Mirza Principal Group Director (PGD)

Focal Contact: 

Read More About Enabling Technologies Program

Read More About US Policy...

Lawful Technology Commercialization

Below 0.57 Video Source: Argonne National Laboratory's Materials Engineering Research Facility (MERF)

Aviation Industry: Prototype Examples

Auto Industry: Prototype Examples
Health Sector: Prototype Examples

Consumer Electronics: Prototype Examples

Pharmaceutical Sector: Prototype Examples

Heavy Industry: On-Demand Products

Lead Company AMCO Engineering

Hybrid Manufacturing

Under Development Deliverables

1 - Aviation Refueler

2 - Multipurpose Tanker

3 - System Controls Panels


5 - CNG | LNG | LPG Mobile Filing Units

6 - Subsea Mine Countermeasures

7 - Hybrid Mine Clearance System (Land)


Project PAMS-DF04


Front-End Detachable Attachments Assembly Line (FEDA) 

CORE Technologies

Rapid Prototyping

Hybrid Manufacturing

Infrared Remote Sensing

Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 Project

Mapping the Ocean Bed

Subsea Systems Design & Verification

Special Purpose Vessels Structural Analysis

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Strategic Initiatives
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