Air Force Research Laboratory – Information Directorate
The Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate leads the discovery, development, and integration of affordable warfighting information technologies for air, space, and cyberspace forces. It develops novel and affordable command, control, communications, computing, cyber, and intelligence (C4I) technologies.
Enhanced hardware security for fabless ICs
Circuit-level technique that can strongly resist data leakage
Thwarting hardware based cyber attacks
Protecting communications over command/response busses
Precision frequency measurement device
First-order difference multi-tone frequency measurement (1ODMTM) apparatus
Information redundancy removal (IRR) software
An information reduction answer to information overload
Security-based virtual machine allocation
Groups virtual machines of similar loss potential on the same hypervisor to ensure delivery of appropriate security for all cloud users
Capturing drones in-flight
System physically entraps and electronically isolates the targeted drone
Novel security architecture based on free-space optical interconnections...
Board level isolation of computing resources
Graphtables – enhanced visualization of graph data
System for presenting and identifying relevant paths through a graph by displaying them in a tabular format and providing user defined and computed values...
Protecting computer devices from malware by dynamic instruction set morphing
Multiband communications and repeater system (MCaRS)
System melding omni-directional low-frequency with directed high-frequency communications for air-to-air communications
Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) equipped with sensors and...
Deployed from a patrol vehicle, this UAV can identify dangerous individuals and weapons while keeping the officer at a safer distance