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A dozen operators sit in front of computer screens.
decision support
New software tools provide test operators with automated decision support for directing sensors during increasingly complex tests conducted at the Reagan Test Site.
A photograph of a large optical system, with the ocean in the background.
optical systems
Upgrades to the Reagan Test Site’s optical systems combine state-of-the-art focal plane technologies with a wide-area, network-centric, open-system design to allow distributed system command and control while achieving unprecedented metric accuracy.
a collage of images showing a satellite, a jet, a warship, and soldiers on the ground. In the middle of the collage is an illustration of a circuit board.
cyber security
Lincoln Laboratory is developing technologies to meet the highest standards for information security at the tactical edge.
a screenshot of a user interface shows a world map with radar-like depictions of rain bands, colored blue, green, and yellow.
aviation weather
By compiling lightning data, satellite imagery, and numerical weather models, the GSWR provides radar-like analyses and forecasts over regions not observed by actual weather radars.
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.
an illustration of satellite in space with Earth's blue surface in the background.
cyber security
We are researching and prototyping cyber-resilient space systems software that will enable critical national security space assets to withstand, operate through, and recover from cyberattack.
an illustration of several dozen translucent blue cubes, with highlighting lines connecting them, representing nodes.
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.
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.
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.