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Field repairable & transparent armor developed by Naval Research Laboratory - News

March 08, 2017
WASHINGTON. U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) research chemists developed and patented a transparent thermoplastic elastomer armor to reduce weight, inherent in most bullet-resistant glass, while maintaining ballistic properties.

Naval Research Laboratory's battle manager technology completes simulated air combat trials - News

February 23, 2017
WASHINGTON. U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) researchers at the Navy Center for Applied Research in Artificial Intelligence (NCARAI) teamed up with Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) and the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to continue work on the NRL-developed Tactical Battle Manager (TBM) with the end-goal to have an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) be left to recognize when or how to change its goal objective if the mission requires it.

Research ongoing into avoiding aircraft icing - News

February 21, 2017
WASHINGTON. Researchers at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) believe that they are close to cracking the code regarding how to provide aircraft with a way to avoid potentially hazardous icing conditions.

Naval Research Laboratory completes UAV flight with hydrogen-powered fuel cell - News

December 21, 2016
WASHINGTON. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) researchers completed the first flight of the Ion Tiger unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) with a new built in-house hydrogen-powered fuel cell.

Navy Research Laboratory grants license agreement for commercial applications - News

December 14, 2016
WASHINGTON. George Mason University (GMU), U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) Technology Transfer Office, and NRL Computational Multiphysics Systems Laboratory (CMSL) representatives signed a licensing agreement for the commercialization of NRL-developed strain imaging technologies. The agreement grants Point Semantics Corp. rights to develop the technology for industrial and laboratory uses and to market across the globe.