Tag Archives: NSWC Crane

Naval Surface Warfare Center Prototypes Detection Tech via OTAs

Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division pursues prototyping of autonomous detection systems via other transaction authority, an alternative, accelerated procurement approach. NSWC Crane said Tuesday it employs Strategic and Spectrum Missions Advanced Resilient Trusted Systems or S2MARTS OTAs to rapidly develop and test the Autonomous Fiber Optic Sensor Network prototype.

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Navy Engages With Indiana University to Establish New Research Facility

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Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane is helping Indiana University establish a new laboratory facility that would support science and technology projects. The new Multidisciplinary Engineering and Sciences Hall or MESH would serve as an activity venue for the university's Intelligent Systems Engineering program, Naval Sea Systems Command said Wednesday.

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Navy, Two Universities Partner to Create Postgraduate Defense Engineering, Tech Course

A field activity of the U.S. Navy's Naval Sea Systems Command has partnered with Purdue University and U.K.-based Cranfield University to create a postgraduate educational program to help students learn defense engineering and technology skills. The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division, will offer the dual master's degree program with a concentration in expeditionary warfare to address a workforce development requirement, NAVSEA said Monday.

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NSWC Crane Signs Chemical Reaction R&D Agreement With Indiana-Based University

Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division, has partnered with the University of Southern Indiana to jointly perform research on chemical reactions. The two parties signed a cooperative research and development agreement on Monday to initiate the joint effort, Naval Sea Systems Command said Tuesday.

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New Laboratory at NSWC Crane Focuses on Electro-Optical Technology

Naval Surface Warfare Center Crane Division is investing in electro-optical technologies for the newly launched Naval Innovative Threat Exploitation and Optical Warfare Laboratory or NITE OWL. The new laboratory is meant to help warfighters address electro-optical threats, Naval Sea Systems Command said Tuesday.

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NSWC Crane, Indiana University Continue R&D Collaboration on AI, Software Assurance

The Crane Division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center and Indiana University's Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research are continuing a partnership that aims to develop artificial intelligence and software technologies. A newly signed cooperative research and development agreement continues a collaboration that NSWC and the university began in 2016, Naval Sea Systems Command said Tuesday.

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Jennifer Edgin: Navy, Marines Adapt Commercial Techniques for Continuous Cyber Tests

The Naval Surface Warfare Center – Crane Division is working with the Marine Corps Systems Command‘s Program Manager Marine Intelligence to perform proof-of-concept tests on information security measures. NSWC Crane said Thursday it will utilize a virtual private network and the Defense Department‘s cybersecurity range to conduct continuous scans on PMMI tactical intelligence systems. “The virtual approach …

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