NSWCDDNaval Surface Warfare Center - Dahlgren Division
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The NSWCDD principal investigators identified challenges, objectives, accomplishments and future benefits while answering questions and briefing the ILIR and IAR projects they've been working on over the past year.
"We're very excited to be afforded an opportunity to work with NSWCDD. We have done outstanding work at other warfare centers, and we expect to deliver the same high-quality services to NSWCDD under the VRSS effort.
"Sailors testing NEO's expeditionary capability to patrol diverse littoral and riverine terrains employed the system in response to a series of realistic scenarios and engaged all threats successfully," said Nelson Mills, NEO technical manager at NSWCDD. "The constant flow of ISR sent to the control station from the vehicles enabled effective integrated command and control remote responses to each and every unconventional attack, including those from small boats."
Tested recently at the NSWCDD in a radiated pulsed power application, the compact remote digitizer (CRDAQ) met all of the requirements successfully.
Invented by NSWCDD engineers Mike Pompeii and Kevin Machlinski, the technology used in the Ship ACADA--a portable chemical warfare (CW) agent detector used on U.S.
"The I-Lab is engaging our workforce and helping to retain talent through challenging collaborations, critical thinking opportunities, and rewarding problem solving for the warfighter," said NSWCDD Technical Director John Fiore.
This contract is a follow-on contract for support that Anteon has been providing NSWCDD since 1996.
Throughout the development phase, the Mission 22 team applied the NSWCDD philosophy to "build a little, test a little, and learn a lot." As the team created the code at the modular level, it was tested before integration into the final system.
John Richardson visits Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD).
DAHLGREN, Va.--The Navy's top laser experts transformed a tunnel crucial to gun range operations during World War II into a vital new capability for testing laser technologies, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) announced April 21.