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.
Astrocyte Pharmaceuticals and the University of Kentucky (partnered with Mitochon Pharmaceuticals) are working diligently to advance the development of drug treatments for repeated mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). Each received $500,000 awards co-funded by the Medical Technology Enterprise Consortium and BrightFocus Foundation to support preclinical studies, preparation for clinical studies, and submission of an IND application.
Tasked with delivering a life-saving pharmaceutical to combat opioid exposures, the ROCS team not only delivered a therapeutic, but also a prophylaxis. This lifesaving capability limits the risk of military personnel and first responders becoming non-ambulatory due to opioid exposure. Using innovative strategies and partnering with kaléo, the team accomplished their goals ahead of schedule and under budget, satisfying both demanding DoD acquisition criteria and FDA regulatory processes.
The Defense Acquisition Workforce Awards recognize accomplishments in support of the National Defense Strategy. The five annual awards, representing 24 separate categories, recognize individual and team accomplishments that support the Secretary of Defense's priorities through excellence in acquisition.
The executive director of Undersea Technology Innovation Consortium says consistent collaboration between educational institutions and the tech industry is critical
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.
The Naval Information Warfare Center is looking for industry partners to prototype new solutions to advance automation of key systems across the defense enterprise. A NIWC announcement published Monday taps the Information Warfare Research Project Consortium, which solicits prototypes from member companies, to generate ideas for advances on a variety of technological fronts for the Navy and other services.
The National Armaments Consortium welcomes 1000th member with addition of Equinox Innovative Systems
The National Armaments Consortium today announced the addition of Equinox Innovative Systems (EIS) as the organization's 1000th member company. EIS joins an unparalleled network of traditional and nontraditional defense contractors, academic institutions, and national research laboratories that collaborate with the Department of Defense to deliver breakthrough technologies to ensure U.S. warfighters have the decisive edge on the battlefield.
On February 13, the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) issued information about the Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP) 2 Industry Day. The Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic and NIWC Pacific plan to attend the Information Warfare Research Project (IWRP) Consortium Quarterly Industry Day hosted by Advanced Technology International (ATI) at the Virginia Beach Convention Center on Wednesday, March 8, 2023.
Ken Riordan, principal architect for Nokia Federal, has been elected as a member of the National Spectrum Consortium’s executive committee, where he will serve as a representative for large, non-traditional companies.