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UCI researchers assess the psychological and physiological effects of augmented reality

January 8, 2020 •

The UCI School of Medicine, in partnership with Chenega Healthcare Services, LLC and MedCognition, was awarded a $1.2 million contract through the Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium to examine the psychological effects of augmented reality (AR) medical simulation training.

LSP Technologies Wins NSRP grant to Install Laser Peening System To Deter Aluminum Survivability Onboard Navy Littoral Combat Ship

January 7, 2020 •

A $1.78 million National Shipbuilding Research Program (NSRP) project will be funded to the lead contractor, Hepburn & Sons, along with LSP Technologies and Vigor Shipyards. The Naval Surface War Center’s Carderock Division will provide technical expertise from the Navy to support this project.

#SpaceWatchGL Op’ed: My 2019 in a review – by Joerg Kreisel

January 2, 2020 •

2019 was quite a mix for us, both good and surprising, and three developments made our year. First, the overall progress regarding on-orbit servicing (OOS) and active debris removal (ADR) globally, supported by CONFERS and its members, i.e. the launch of MEV-1 as the first-ever commercial OOS mission, and the positive evolutions of e.g. Astroscale Holdings Inc. and iBOSS GmbH.

Pentagon Prototypes 5G With Innovation On-Ramp

December 4, 2019 •

As the Defense Department scrambles to keep ahead of China, it’s relying more and more on public-private partnerships called consortia to connect it to innovative high-tech firms. The latest example comes in an announcement Monday that only members of the National Spectrum Consortium can bid on pilot projects to install prototype 5G networks to manage radar and radio spectrum, “smart warehouse” logistics, and other functions on four military bases.

IWRP Marks Successful First Year of Rapid Prototype Development for the Warfighter

November 25, 2019 •

Since declaring full operational capability (FOC) in October 2018, the Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP) continues to surpass significant milestones designed to accelerate the delivery of technology to the warfighter.

To tackle 5G, the key will be collaboration

November 20, 2019 •

At the Mobile World Congress in Los Angeles in October, the Department of Defense unveiled plans for several 5G testbeds that have the potential to revolutionize how the government shares radio spectrum, trains service members and moves materiel around the nation and the world.

NSWC Dahlgren’s OTA Opens the Door to New Business Opportunities

November 20, 2019 •

Seeking to find faster routes to emergent, urgent, and innovative naval surface and maritime capabilities, the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) recently established a new Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) allowing increased collaboration with a larger industry base generating faster, flexible, and more innovative solutions for the warfighter. The NSWCDD Naval Surface Technology and Innovation OTA was awarded to the Naval Surface Technology and Innovation Consortium (NSTIC) on June 12 and was showcased at an industry day three months later, at the Fredericksburg Expo and Conference Center in Fredericksburg, VA., attended by more than 300 attendees.

MTEC pays homage to service members at Veterans Day luncheon

November 19, 2019 •

The lunch highlighted the history of Veterans Day, including its origin as Armistice Day, as well as more modern examples of valor on the battlefield. Attendees shared stories of surviving Medal of Honor recipients whose feats of courage and fortitude exemplify the fighting and, in some cases lifesaving capabilities of military service members.

Army Consortium Wants Cutting-Edge Hemorrhage Detection Technology

October 30, 2019 •

The Army’s Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium aims to accelerate the advancement of noninvasive hemorrhage detection technology. According to the MTEC, hemorrhage, or life-threatening blood loss, has accounted for more than 33% of prehospital deaths and 50% of deaths occurring within 24 hours after a traumatic injury.

Next-Gen SMC Launch Study Targets Satellite Maneuver

October 28, 2019 •

On-orbit transfer and maneuvering capabilities also could potentially enable future national security satellites to avoid debris or anti-satellite weapons, or underpin space weapons development.