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Each BEACON instrument has two cylinders outfitted with copper electrodes. As the cylinders spin synchronously, the electrical field produces a signal between the electrodes; from this signal, the strength and direction of the E-field are computed.
weather
Researchers are creating a balloon-carried instrument for predicting the likelihood of lightning in a storm cloud.
The processing board for the new graph processor is shown.
embedded computing
A prototype of a new graph processor has been shown to handle big data as efficiently as a supercomputer.
The Husky Mark III vehicle was deployed to Afghanistan for operational evaluation of the GPR's ability to find buried devices.
radar
A ground-penetrating radar that detects objects deep underground can also help keep a self-driving automobile in its lane.
Experiments with the micro-ladar yielded this image of the sombrero at the right.
ladar
Recent advances in imaging architectures and real-time processing are enabling the development of a miniature ladar sensor that can be deployed on a UAV.
This illustration shows OSIRIS-REx contacting the asteroid Bennu. Aboard OSIRIS-REx is the REXIS instrument, for which the Laboratory developed CCDs that will image X-rays emitting from Bennu's surface. Illustration: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center
advanced imaging
Our CCDs will image X-rays emitting from elements on the surface of the asteroid Bennu.
The FOVEA tool is just one of Lincoln Laboratory's efforts to help the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate protect public spaces such as subways from attacks.
analytics
The tool lets security officials quickly analyze video surveillance footage and track incidents of interest.
Photomicrograph of superconducting single-flux-quantum (SFQ) shift-register integrated circuit fabricated at Lincoln Laboratory.
microelectronics
The world's most advanced single-flux-quantum (SFQ) integrated circuit process has been developed here at Lincoln Laboratory.
The antennas on the Small Airport Surveillance Sensor receive signals from aircraft transponders containing information about the aircraft's identification, speed, and altitude.
aircraft
An affordable radar surveillance system will help tower controllers at small airports monitor traffic even under poor visibility conditions.