The U.S. Army CCDC C5ISR Center develops, engineers, and identifies essential Army needs in mission command and intelligence technologies, applications, and networks designed to enable, shape and transform the joint warfighter’s ability to collect, disseminate, and protect information, knowledge, and understanding.
Heel-strike shoe energy generator
Shoe insole works with the body’s natural movements to generate power on the go
Rapid deployment communications tile
Set of interlocking tiles with built-in data and power transmission capabilities for use outdoors or in remote areas
Wheel-mounted road radar
Device uses radio wave transmission to detect abrupt changes in upcoming terrain in order to warn the driver
Noise-added, non-encrypted secure radio networking
A module that allows radio-to-radio communication between two secure networks with their own encryption schemes
Sensor network with signal fusion center
Use of an echo signal to synchronize multiple signal collections from sensors in order to pull out signals of interest
Message prioritization in a network
Artificial intelligence compares messages on a congested network with their related mission and prioritizes and routes those messages accordingly to deliver the most important...
Binary liquid explosive for the safe detonation of...
A low-cost, reliable and simple to use kit for demining
Improved optical detection of hostile weapons fire
Algorithm for electro-optical sensors provides the azimuth, elevation, and weapon classification
Electronically identifying bumps in the road
Technology has the potential to reduce repairs for standard and driverless vehicles