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Army Research Lab, UK MoD Form Distributed Analytics & Info Science Alliance

The U.S. Army‘s research organization and the U.K. defense ministry have formed an alliance on distributed analytics and information science as part of efforts to increase situational awareness during military coalition operations. The DAIS International Technology Alliance aims to implement fundamental research efforts in order to facilitate dynamic analytics for coalition activities through public-private collaboration, the Army Research Laboratory …

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Army Research Lab: Nanotechnology has Potential to Advance Engine Technology

The Army Research Laboratory has conducted research on nanotechnology that indicate nanomaterials could potentially work to advance engine technology. The study led by Kristopher Darling, a materials scientist with ARL’s lightweight and specialty metals branch, could drive the discovery of new materials applications for nanotechnology such as for turbine engines, the U.S. Army said Tuesday. Darling and his team …

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Army Research Lab Develops Unmanned Aerial Resupply Vehicle

The Army Research Laboratory has built an unmanned quadcopter platform designed to deliver supplies to military personnel in the battlefield. The U.S. Army said Friday a team of ARL researchers and engineers showed the Joint Tactical Aerial Resupply Vehicle to Maj. Gen. Cedric Wins — commanding general of the Army Research, Development and Engineering Command — …

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Frank Kendall Observes ARL’s Tech Development Efforts Under Third Offset Strategy

Pentagon acquisition chief Frank Kendall met with scientists and engineers at the Army Research Laboratory to observe technologies that ARL currently develops under the Defense Department‘s Third Offset Strategy to pursue new autonomous and artificial intelligence platforms. The U.S. Army said Friday Kendall inspected projects the ARL views as in line with the Third Offset Strategy. Kendall also …

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Jean Vettel: Army Research Lab Performs Brain Science Studies to Forecast Soldier Activity

An Army Research Laboratory team has conducted research on brain sciences in an effort to establish a database on brain patterns to help forecast how soldiers respond in a proactive and reactive state. The U.S. Army said Monday Jean Vettel, an ARL neuroscientist, has performed experiments with an electroencephalogram that registers voltage fluctuations in different parts …

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Army Research Lab Chemist Aims to Identify Warfighter Injuries with Gold Nanoclusters

U.S. Army Research Laboratory chemist Sasha Teymorian has started a study to identify cellular injuries sustained by warfighters through the use of synthesized gold nanoclusters. The Army said Thursday Teymorian, also a postdoctoral research fellow at ARL, will examine the structure and stability properties of the gold nanoclusters at the lab’s Weapons and Materials Research …

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Army CERDEC, Partners Integrate Positioning, Navigation, Timing Tech

The U.S. Army‘s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center will use a system-of-systems approach to develop new positioning, navigation and timing strategies for mounted platforms, dismounted soldiers, anti-jam antennas and pseudolites. CERDEC said April 28 CERDEC’s command, power and integration directorate looks to apply the Assured PNT approach to address warfighter requirements through an …

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