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9/28 2022

Lockheed, Verizon pitch 5G-enabled ‘all-domain’ capabilities to DOD

2022-09-28T14:20:35-04:00September 28th, 2022|ATI in the News|

A key component of the 5G.MIL effort is Lockheed’s ongoing work to develop a 5G communications infrastructure testbed for the Marine Corps at Camp Pendleton, CA, after winning a $19.3 million DOD contract. Called the Open Systems Interoperable and Reconfigurable Infrastructure Solution, the testbed prototype project agreement was awarded to the company in November 2021.

9/9 2022

NSWCPD awards its first contract through the Other Transaction Authority streamlined contracting vehicle

2022-09-15T11:52:23-04:00September 9th, 2022|ATI in the News|

Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division awarded its first contract under the Other Transaction Authority (OTA) for the design, development, and delivery of a small actuator test stand to evaluate electrohydraulic actuators through the Maritime Sustainment Technology Innovation Consortium (MSTIC) on June 9, 2022.

7/6 2022

NSWC IHD holds NEST collaboration event

2022-07-06T17:07:02-04:00July 6th, 2022|ATI in the News|

To date, 83 SONs have been solicited through NEST, and they have received 227 whitepapers. Twenty-seven projects are currently in the award process with a total expected value of more than $180 million, and the first awards are expected to be finalized in the next few weeks. The event was the third in a series of collaboration events to promote NEST.

6/21 2022

Army asks industry to develop handheld sensor to help care for military burn victims on the front lines

2022-06-22T11:59:09-04:00June 21st, 2022|ATI in the News|

This handheld device is for Army battalion aid stations, brigade support aid stations,and field hospitals for triaging and evacuation decision making. Officials of the Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC) in Summerville, S.C., issued a request for project proposals (MTEC-22-08-BDA) on Friday for the Burn Digital Assessment project.

6/7 2022

NuCressTM bone scaffolding solution for healing bone trauma on the battlefield and beyond

2022-06-09T17:56:35-04:00June 7th, 2022|ATI in the News|

These efforts have been successful, and Dr. Biris’ university spinout venture NuShores received a fourth award in FY20 by the U.S. Army’s Medical Research and Development Command’s Clinical and Rehabilitative Research Program (CRMRP) via an Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) competitively awarded through the Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium (MTEC). This transition of the initial NuCressTM manufacturing process from the JWMRP to the MTEC focuses on the optimization of the manufacturing process by investigating multiple and consecutive iterations of automation to improve quality, cost and efficiency. The deliverable is to demonstrate the feasibility of producing the NuCressTM bone void filler scaffold by a fully automated, intelligent production system with real-time in-process quality monitoring and control.

6/6 2022

A non profit prize challenge seeks technology for Homeland Security

2022-06-08T15:09:56-04:00June 6th, 2022|ATI in the News|

The Homeland Security Technology Consortium, which was formerly known as the Border Security Technology Consortium, it’s about 138 member companies, academics and nonprofits are involved in it. It was established back in 2015 to accelerate innovative pilots and prototypes at DHS to answer mission needs of operators using other transaction authorities.

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