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The top cap of the new ALCOR radome is lifted into place.
An aging weatherproof enclosure protecting one of the space surveillance radars on Kwajalein Atoll is replaced.
A schematic showing radar sensing as one application that can benefit from robust, trustworthy, and safe artificial intelligence in resource-constrained applications.
artificial intelligence
Robust, trustworthy, and safe machine learning algorithms that operate in resource-constrained environments will improve missile defense and other target recognition and mission planning systems.
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 photo of unmanned surface vehicles on the Charles River.
autonomous systems
We developed new distributed coordination algorithms for deploying multiple autonomous systems from a single set of operator commands.
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.
Strike Group Defender immerses users in realistic simulations to help them learn how to defend ships against missile threats in real life.
maritime defense
A serious game developed by the Laboratory will help the U.S. Navy teach sailors how to defend ships against missile threats.

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