The Aviation and Missile Technology Consortium (AMTC) is an OTA between ACC-Redstone and the AMTC’s industrial/academic consortia, consisting of the Vertical Lift Consortium (VLC) and the National Armaments Consortium (NAC). This unique approach of leveraging two consortia into one (AMTC) was developed to specifically combine the distinct capabilities of vertical lift and armaments for the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation and Missile Center. The AMTC’s mission is to foster collaboration among government, industry, and academia to rapidly develop and mature guided missile technologies, manufacturing and enabling/disruptive technologies, and aviation technologies to meet U.S. Army and DoD requirements and enhance our national security.

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Target Detection/ Acquisition/Tracking Sensors,

Missile Electronics,

Lethality Mechanisms,

Warheads,

Payloads,

Radar,

Datalink,

Communication,

Materials,

Structures,

Aerodynamics,

Navigation Systems,

Modeling and Simulation,

Component Cyber Security,

Propulsion Systems,

Missile Launchers,

Innovation Enablers,

Additive Manufacturing,

High Energy Creation,

Directed Energy,

Advanced Materials/Processes,

Manufacturing Cyber Security,

Virtual Prototyping,

Robotics,

Automation,

High Temperature Materials,

Lightweight & Hybrid Materials,

Flexible Electronics,

Reclamation/Repair Technologies,

Open System Architectures for Enhanced Manufacturing Productivity,

Digital Manufacturing and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT),

Platforms/Materials/Structures,

Power Systems,

Engines,

Drives/Rotors,

Mission Systems,

Avionics/Navigation,

Survivability,

Sustainability,

Autonomy,

Manned/Unmanned Teaming (MUMT),

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV),

Aviation Ground Support Equipment/ Systems (AGSE),

Our Collaborations