Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory will research and develop new sensors in support of the Air Force Research Laboratory under a $49.9 million sole-source contract from the U.S. Air Force. Johns Hopkins APL will perform sensor R&D activities in Laurel, Maryland, through April 9, 2028.More
Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Laboratory has conducted a simulated dogfighting exercise with F-16 fighter jets as part of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's Air Combat Evolution program. Johns Hopkins APL said Thursday that the exercise took place in February and serves as a follow-up to DARPA’s AlphaDogfight Trials which saw one-versus-one simulated fights between F-16s.More
Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Laboratory has entered into an agreement with NASA to continue supporting the agencyâ€™s lunar habitation research program through an APL-led consortium. APL said Friday it will continue work under the Lunar Surface Innovation Initiative, which falls under the Space Technology Mission Directorate's oversight and focuses on developing technologies to support the Artemis moon landing mission as well as human operations on the lunar surface.More
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency have conducted a test flight to demonstrate the capacity of drone swarms to support combat operations in urban settings.More
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and InductiveHealth Informatics have partnered to offer a disease surveillance system designed to help users assess the health of their communities.More
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