NIWC Atlantic

NIWC Atlantic

NIWC Atlantic Team Pushes Swarming Technology Forward

Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic Small Autonomous Unmanned Systems Research (SAUSR) Range team demonstrated their newest swarming capabilities during the Advanced Naval Technology Exercise (ANTX) East at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina July 9-19. The team of NIWC Atlantic engineers has been advancing unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology through their work on autonomous drone […]

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NIWC Atlantic Team Giving Warfighters ‘Second Sight’

A Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic team is developing a computer vision-based system that uses a quadcopter following a warfighter to provide 360-degree situational awareness from above. The system, called Second Sight, includes a semi-autonomous drone operating at a predefined altitude that follows a warfighter wearing a thermal tag. The drone has a camera […]

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SSC Atlantic’s Science and Technology Research Supports the Warfighter

A mobile app to record data for Naval divers. Graph-theoretical models as tools to fight propaganda and misinformation. A flock of 20 drones—operated by just one pilot. These are just some of the projects keeping scientists at Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic (SSC Atlantic) on the cutting edge of science and technology (S&T) […]

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SSC Atlantic Unmanned Systems Research Range Team Propels Navy to the Forefront of Swarm Technology

Ask physicist Brad Knaus how he got into unmanned systems and he’ll tell you he started out working for the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SSC) Atlantic Air Traffic Control division, focusing on counter measures and detection for small unmanned systems. Ask him how he got into drones and he’ll tell you, “It just […]

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