TECHNOLOGY IN SUPPORT OF NATIONAL SECURITY
Laboratory News
Lincoln Laboratory Director Eric Evans received an Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) Pathfinder Award which honors contributions to the nation's defense by individuals who have been instrumental in the acquisition or operationalization of naval BMD systems.
The GBSAA is the first system for unmanned aircraft that provides situational awareness and maneuver guidance, can be used for long-duration flights, and meets the stringent FAA requirements for flight safety.
The PRE-Symptomatic AGent Exposure Detection (PRESAGED) algorithm uses real-time physiological data to calculate the probability that a person has been exposed to a virus or bacteria.

Lincoln Laboratory staff captured first-of-their-kind infrared images of solar eclipse. The images can help further our knowledge of the Sun's mysterious corona.


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The Technology Office offers mechanisms through which Lincoln Laboratory can collaborate with researchers from other institutes and organizations. The office is interested in exploring ways to partner with innovators to develop novel technologies in support of national security. To learn more about these opportunities, visit here.



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