ATI in the News

8/24 2023

Meet the organizations helping to understand the landscape and needs to build privacy and protection as a foundation for a future NSDS

2024-02-02T08:22:30-05:00August 24th, 2023|ATI in the News|

“The PPT and DPT projects focus on two areas that are central to a potential National Secure Data Service: innovation and privacy protection. Both projects focus on using state of the art technologies and methodologies to enhance sharing and linking of data while ensuring that confidentiality of respondents is maintained and data is protected,” says Dr. Heather Madray, Program Director for Data Access, Confidentiality, and Quality Assessment from the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics and the National Science Foundation.

8/17 2023

Drone that mimics enemy stealth fighters ordered by DoD

2024-02-02T08:22:41-05:00August 17th, 2023|ATI in the News|

Broadly speaking, the U.S. military uses aerial target drones to test and evaluate weapons and other systems, including air-to-air and surface-to-air missiles, as well as countermeasures, radars, and other sensors. They can simulate different kinds of threats for training purposes, too.

8/7 2023

The development of tele-welding

2024-02-02T08:22:42-05:00August 7th, 2023|ATI in the News|

“This project began in 2018 as a joint research project in collaboration with the National Shipbuilding Research Program (NSRP),” said Connie LaMorte, principal engineer, EWI, Columbus, Ohio. “We were looking at ways to help shipyards keep their skilled workers from retiring too early.

4/4 2023

Army R&D selects biotech firm to prevent wound infection

2024-02-02T08:22:48-05:00April 4th, 2023|ATI in the News|

The award is part of the Military Prototype Advancement Initiative, funded by the Department of Defense and issued through the Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium, a collaboration of industry and academia to facilitate R&D activities with USAMRDC and other government agencies.

3/27 2023

Army taps teams to build new Precision Strike Missile for targets beyond 1,000 km

2024-02-02T08:22:48-05:00March 27th, 2023|ATI in the News|

According to the Army-affiliated Aviation & Missile Technology Consortium, it appears that PrSM incumbent Lockheed Martin received $33.3 million for the development and demonstration of a “Long Range Fires Capability,” while the Raytheon team received almost $100 million for “Long Range Precision Fires air-breathing missile prototypes.”

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