Aerospace & Defense Technology

October 2020

    • The Role of Autonomous Unmanned Ground Vehicle Technologies in Defense Applications
    • Information Warfare - Staying Protected at the Edge
    • Designing Connectivity Solutions for an Electric Aircraft Future
    • Redesigning the Systems Engineering Process to Speed Development of E-Propulsion Aircraft
    • Four RF Technology Trends You Need to Know for Satellite Communication Device Design
    • Manufacturer Reduces Risk and Improves Quality of Military Radar Receivers
    • Instrumentation for Fabrication and Testing of High-Speed Single-Rotor and Compound-Rotor Systems
      Precision data acquisition is required to generate a comprehensive set of measurements of the blade surface pressures, pitch link loads, hub loads, rotor wakes and performance of high-speed single-rotor and compound-rotor systems to support the development of next-generation rotorcraft.
    • Collection, Processing, and Accuracy of Mobile Terrestrial LiDAR Survey Data in the Coastal Environment
      Using terrestrial LiDAR scanners coupled with a global position system/inertial navigation system to collect elevation data along the coast can help assess the accuracy of the data.
    • Analysis of Broadband Metamaterial Shielding for Counter-Directed Energy Weapons
      Given the importance of electronics in modern warfare, the ability to rapidly develop a counter to such weapons, such as microwave-absorbent metamaterials, will be essential to sustaining military operations.
    • Data Collection Using the MetalMapper in Dynamic Data Acquisition and Cued Modes
      Safely locating, identifying and recovering buried munitions on practice and test ranges is critical to the U.S. Department of Defense's mission and its goals of safe operation, sustainability, and environmental stewardship.
    • Exploring the Impact of Fuel Data Acquisition Technology on the USMC Expeditionary Energy Command and Control System
      Understanding how delays in resource decision making and tactical supply chains relate to operational reach will give commanders the ability to maximize resources and improve performance.