Army Research Laboratory
The Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Army Research Laboratory engages in scientific research and technology development in neuroergonomics, energetic materials and propulsion, individual warfighter protection, energy science, electronics technologies, network sciences, virtual interfaces and synthetic environments, and autonomous systems.
MEMS flux concentrator for magnetic sensors
Increases the sensitivity of small, low-cost, magnetic sensors by one to three orders of magnitude
Magnetic sensor with reduced 1/f noise
MEMS flux concentrator increases the sensitivity all in a lower cost solution
Metal borate Li-ion batteries
Salt composition that offers significant improvements in Li-ion cell charge/discharge performance and cycling efficiency at both ends of the operating temperature range
Electrolyte salt for the lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries
A more conductive, better performing electrolyte expands operation temperature range down to -40 degrees Celsius and increased capacity retention at high temperatures
Composite cathode for Li-ion batteries
Breakthrough class of high-performance cathodes developed specifically for Li-ion batteries
Estimating in-flight engine performance
An emerging approach in the field of aircraft engine controls and health management is the inclusion of real-time, on-board models for the in-flight estimation...
Improved magnetic memory storage
High density, stable, non-volatile memory with a longer archive life
Photon counting, chirped AM LADAR (LIDAR) systems and...
A laser radar (LADAR) system that utilizes diode laser transmitters, enabling very compact, low-power, eye-safe, and/or long-range LADARs with low-cost, low-bandwidth readout integrated circuits...
Advanced hyperspectral scene projection/generation
A system and method to increase the speed, efficiency, and flexibility of hyperspectral scene projection/generation when compared to conventional hyperspectral systems