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SHIC focuses on senior population health

April 11th, 2023|Categories: Success Stories|Tags: |

The Senior Healthcare Innovation Consortium grew in membership from 15 to 95 members from August to November 2022. As a proof of concept for a potential Government customer, the Consortium published an RFI about technological opportunities to reduce the number of medications used by the senior population.

AMTC supports Army’s Future Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System effort

March 23rd, 2023|Categories: Success Stories|Tags: , |

The U.S. has awarded contracts to five companies for its Future Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System (FTUAS) Increment 2 effort. The awards were issued through an Other Transaction Agreement with the Aviation & Missile Technology Consortium, an ATI collaboration.

ATI to manage Training and Readiness Accelerator II Other Transaction Agreement

January 9th, 2023|Categories: Press Releases|Tags: , |

As the Consortium Management Firm (CMF) for TREX II, ATI will lead the collaboration of non-traditional contractors, traditional contractors and academia to develop and deliver innovative prototype technologies that enhance the training effectiveness of U.S. and partner nation militaries. 

NSTIC OTA delivers accelerated hypersonic weapons testing

December 6th, 2022|Categories: Press Releases|Tags: , |

The speed of the Naval Surface Technology Innovation Consortium's (NSTIC) OTA, managed by Advanced Technology International (ATI) and Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Dahlgren, allowed for a 90-day turn from Request for Prototype Proposal (RPP) to contract award, enabling the Conventional Prompt Strike (CPS) hypersonic development program to contract with a Non-Traditional Defense Contractor to provide new, low-cost sensor technologies to support critical flight test activities.

General Dynamics BIW creating toolsets to improve manufacturing planning, construction and testing activity efficiencies and performance

October 25th, 2022|Categories: Success Stories|Tags: |

This technology and process is estimated to result in cost reductions for diagram development and maintenance, production rework, and engineering and design rework for a savings of $924K per DDG hull.

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‘Scouting’ for solutions: Naval exercise seeks to improve maritime drug interdiction

Compiled using sophisticated artificial intelligence and machine-learning systems — combined with advanced detection and tracking software — the images, along with other sensor systems, enabled U.S. military and law enforcement to deploy maritime assets to stop the drug runners from delivering their illegal goods.


Drone that mimics enemy stealth fighters ordered by DoD

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.


The development of tele-welding

“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.

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