Battelle will display a range of tactical and maritime technology offerings at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference that is scheduled to occur in Tampa, Fla. from Tuesday to Thursday.
The nonprofit will exhibit products such as the Bluefin-21 autonomous underwater vehicle, REBS chemical and biological agent detector, G-DataWave wireless communication system and Oculus-based virtual reality training software, Battelle said Monday.
Battelle has also developed a Google Glass application to help users identify hazardous substances on the battlefield.
The organization HeatCoat nanotechnology-based coating system that works to de-ice aircraft and unmanned drones will also be on display at the event.
Battelle is developing a non-standard commercial vehicle for special operations use and serves as the technology integrator under the Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit project.