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NASA has selected eight research projects that aim to address challenges to commercial supersonic travel such as sonic booms and emissions from supersonic aircraft. The research initiatives will involve academic institutions and companies and will get funding worth more than $2.3 million under the agency’s Commercial Supersonic Technology Project, the space agency said Wednesday. Kenneth Plotkin […] More

A Taylor Engineering and Woolpert joint venture will perform research and development services in support of the Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory of the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center under a $49 million single-award task order contract. The team will assist CHL in its projects related to advanced navigation and military engineering as well as management efforts focused on water resources, sediment and flood risk.

Learn about other R&D efforts of the Department of Defense by joining the Potomac Officers Club's 10th Annual Defense Research and Development Summit on Jan. 31, 2024. Register here.

Ellen Pawlikowski, former commander of the U.S. Air Force Materiel Command, will join Velo3D‘s board of directors on March 15 to help the company meet growing demands for metal additive manufacturing offerings. Velo3D said Wednesday Pawlikowski will bring experience as a 36-year Air Force veteran who also has a work background in the aviation, aerospace […] More
Applied Research Associates will help the U.S. Air Force study and create modern detection technologies under a potential $49.6 million contract for the Advanced Laboratories for Analysis of Sensors program. The company will support research and development of electro-optical, multispectral and radio frequency systems, sensors, and test methods and approaches, the Defense Department said Thursday. The […] More
The U.S. Army intends to launch a yearlong technology demonstration effort to evaluate Squad Multipurpose Equipment Transport vehicles from four contenders as part of the program’s down-select process. The service branch said Thursday it chose four out of 10 SMET proposers through a “fly-off” event that took place in November 2017 at Fort Benning in Georgia. […] More
Polaris has launched at the Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International conference an unmanned ground vehicle the company and its partners proposed for the U.S. Army’s Squad Multipurpose Equipment Transport program, Defense News reported Wednesday. Polaris partnered with Applied Research Associates and Neya Systems in September 2017 to offer the MRZR X unmanned vehicle for […] More
The U.S. Army has selected four companies to move to the second phase of a program that seeks to develop unmanned ground vehicles for equipment transport, Defense News reported Thursday. General Dynamics‘ land systems business, HDT Expeditionary Systems, Howe & Howe and a team of Polaris Defense and Applied Research Associates will build 20 UGVs each […] More
Polaris Industries, Applied Research Associates and Neya Systems have forged an alliance to offer a multimission ground vehicle platform designed for infantry units through the U.S. Army‘s Squad Multipurpose Equipment Transport program. Team Polaris’ MRZR X platform will feature ARA-built unmanned systems technology and Neya Systems-made autonomy behavior module, Polaris said Monday. The alliance seeks to help increase mobility […] More
DLH Holdings has appointed James Allen, an aerospace and defense industry veteran with more than 40 years of financial management experience, to the company’s board of directors. DLH said Tuesday he previously held the roles of executive vice president and chief financial officer at Sotera Defense Solutions, then known as Global Defense Technology & Systems. “[Allen] brings a wealth […] More
The Naval Surface Warfare Center Port Hueneme Division has completed final phase tests of an Applied Research Associates and Chevron Lummus Global co-developed 100 percent drop-in renewable diesel fuel on a U.S. Navy Self Defense Test Ship. ARA said Friday the ReadiDiesel 100-percent renewable biofuel was designed to serve as a drop-in replacement for petroleum F-76 marine diesel in […] More
David Artman, formerly senior vice president at Applied Research Associates, has joined Concurrent Technologies Corp. as SVP of the engineering group. He will lead the company’s technical and business development staff and be responsible for various technology development efforts, CTC said Tuesday. Ed Sheehan Jr., CTC president and CEO, said Artman will help the company expand […] More
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