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Research Projects Develop Enabling Technology for Large Long-Endurance UUVs

U.S. military research programs are taking shape to develop enabling technologies for large long-endurance unmanned underwater vehicles (unmanned underwater vehicle [UUVs]) able to operate independently for long periods over long distances to deploy surveillance sensors and weapons in global hot spots where necessary. These projects are led by scientists at the U.S. Defense Advanced Research

Navy Moving Forward with Development of Machine Intelligence for UUV Surveillance

ARLINGTON, Va., 15 Dec. 2016. Unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) experts at Metron Inc. in Reston, Va., are moving forward with efforts to develop machine intelligence for future generations of U.S. Navy UUVs for a wide variety of applications like long-range surveillance. Officials of the Office of Naval Research (ONR) in Arlington, Va., announced a $29.8

Navy Developing Counter-ISR Systems to Defeat Enemy Sensor and Communications Networks

CHARLESTON, S.C., 10 Nov. 2016. Electronic warfare (EW) experts at Metron Inc. in Reston, Va., are developing a counter-ISR planning system to help U.S. Navy warfighters detect and defeat enemy sensor and communications networks. Officials of the Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Center Atlantic in Charleston, S.C., announced a $7.2 million contract to Metron