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The Laboratory-developed PHOENIX High CASTLE collected this imagery of the amusement park Kings Dominion in Virginia during an initial flight campaign to test and optimize the performance of this 3D airborne ladar.
ladar
We developed a ladar that samples at the diffraction limit to collect high-resolution imagery for geospatial mapping missions.
A researcher stands on a laptop. In front of him are a few small radios, and a large projector screen showing data.
RF technology
A deployable navigation network of small, low-cost radio transponders can help track the locations of first responders during rescue operations.
A screenshot of the NetProf mobile interface shows two words (the Farsi word for capacity, and the Ukranian word for self-defense), with each word broken down by phoneme.
speech recognition
Powered by our automatic speech recognition technology, the Networked Pronunciation Feedback (NetProF) software application helps students practice pronunciation in foreign languages.
A photo of two operators on an aircraft using the Laboratory's Airborne Radar Testbed to command a radar to test and demonstrate intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance radar concepts.
radar
An aircraft outfitted with an advanced open-architecture radar system provides a platform for testing new radar technology.
A photo of a Google earth image of Bangladesh, with a heat map over it showing mostly red.
Climate modeling / impact prediction / adaptation
We are creating proactive, integrated decision -support tools and services that empower frontline communities to prepare for climate impacts and minimize losses.