Tag Archives: Office of Naval Research

Charles River Analytics Develops Detection Technology for Autonomous Vessels Under ONR Program

The Office of Naval Research has commissioned Charles River Analytics to develop a maritime detection technology for autonomous surface vessels under a $1.6M program. The 18-month Topside Optical Processing for Global Unmanned Navy or TOPGUN effort aims to leverage deep learning algorithms to support target detection distance, ship type identification and collision prevention, the company said Monday.

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SPA to Extend Navy Submarine Security Program Support; Edward Wright Quoted

Systems Planning and Analysis will continue to provide support services for the U.S. Navy‘s submarine security program under a five-year, $20M contract. SPA said Friday it will help the Office of Naval Research plan and manage technology transition efforts, as well as perform technical and operational analysis, modeling and simulation tasks. Edward Wright, …

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UTC Unveils High-Res Infrared Imaging Sensor for Navy

A sensor business under United Technologies Corp.’s aerospace systems unit has introduced a new imaging sensor as part of the U.S. Navy’s Spectral and Reconnaissance Imagery for Tactical Exploitation program. The company said Wednesday that its Sensors Unlimited business has delivered four prototypes of the indium gallium arsenide Near Infrared/Shortwave Infrared sensor …

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Navy Research Teams, Carnegie Mellon Partner to Encourage More Studies in STEM, AI

The Office of Naval Research, Naval Research Laboratory and Carnegie Mellon University have partnered to boost interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and artificial intelligence studies for the U.S. Navy. NRL said Thursday the three entities will educate CMU students on the humanitarian assistance and disaster relief-related aspects of …

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