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.
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.
Raytheon to upgrade LTAMDS missile-defense radar to handle advanced threats like hypersonic munitions
LTAMDS is the next generation, 360-degree missile-defense radar that ultimately will replace the current U.S. Army's Patriot missile radars.
The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division-created Maritime Sustainment Technology Innovation Consortium (MSTIC) recently reached its 300th member milestone as Systel, Inc. based in Sugar Land, Texas was recently added to the membership.
National Armaments Consortium membership elects Kord Technologies’ Steve Cornelius and COLSA Corporation’s Cathy Dickens to executive committee
Cornelius and Dickens Join Diverse ExCom which Supports Collaboration for Rapid and Effective Armaments Development for our Warfighters
NSWCPD participates in Maritime Sustainment Technology and Innovation Consortium general membership meeting
The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division participated in the Maritime Sustainment Technology and Innovation Consortium General Membership Meeting at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown on July 25-27, 2022.
Celebrating a year of innovative sustainment solutions to address security threats in maritime environments
The Maritime Sustainment Technology and Innovation Consortium (MSTIC) launched in June 2021 with more than 120 signed member organizations. Today, MSTIC has more than doubled its membership since the award, serving the Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division (NSWCPD) with over 285 active members made up of traditional and nontraditional federal contractors, small and large businesses, for-profit and nonprofit entities, and academia.
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.
Army asks industry to develop handheld sensor to help care for military burn victims on the front lines
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.
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.