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cyber security
We are creating secure software foundations and applying them to operating systems used widely in mission-critical systems for the Department of Defense.
A graph with the words HAPI Human AI-performance against a blue background. Surrounding the words are images of technologies, including a wristband, a laptop, a sensored helmet, VR glasses, and gloves.
artificial intelligence
A new collaboration space is empowering researchers to drive innovations in human-AI teaming.
An image of the handheld AI-Guide tool. it consists of a grey plastic device, with a small screen and a needle cartrige; a white ultrasound probe; and an orange application-specific guidewire cartridge.
health
Hemorrhage causes 90% of preventable battlefield deaths. AI-GUIDE is designed to address this issue by enabling medics to catheterize a major blood vessel, through which life-saving aid can be delivered, in a pre-hospital setting.
A group of five researchers pose in a field with two UAVs.
autonomous systems
We are building a toolbox of autonomous functions for unmanned aerial systems to improve UAS missions and alleviate burden on human operators in the field.
Autonomous High-Resolution Ocean Floor Mapping
undersea technology
The Laboratory is working to develop a novel seabed-mapping capability that can achieve high-resolution imaging and a fast coverage rate.
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artificial intelligence
We are developing scalable tools and techniques to accelerate the design and evaluation of reliable, mission-ready artificial intelligence systems.
A team of autonomous aerial vehicles learns to collaborate on a complex task by hypothesizing the team’s performance if an individual vehicle takes a risky action that leads to its destruction.
artificial intelligence
Teams of autonomous systems learn collaboration strategies by hypothesizing how the team would perform if one system followed alternative trajectories or was eliminated from the team.
three people stand on a big dirt pile, outside, with blue sky in the background. One researcher is holding a laptop, which another looks at. The third person is holding a remote, controlling a robotic vehicle also on the dirt pile.
disaster relief
Our see-through-wall sensor is a lightweight, portable technology that peers through rubble and debris of a disaster site to detect survivors.
A large KC-135R tanker aircraft refuels an F-15 Eagle aircraft while they in mid air.
artificial intelligence
Our model optimizes the scheduling of aerial refueling missions, saving fuel and costs for the Department of Defense.