Engineer Research and Development Center
The U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center conducts research and development in the fields of military engineering; geospatial research and engineering; environmental quality and installations; and civil works and water resources.
Advanced water purification via contactless ion concentration
Filtration device that concentrates the location of ions within a water stream
Fast-fill cell modification for earthen defense barriers
Lightweight, configurable, easy to use
Asphalt compound and heating process to rapidly repair...
Induction heating of particles in the asphalt brings the mixture temperature up quickly for faster, longer lasting repair
Large format 3D printing for building construction
Mobile device utilizes local material for construction on-site
Water quality analysis device
Known as the WaterDOG, this compact device can measure and transmit multiple water quality parameters simultaneously over a continuous period
Horizontal acoustic doppler for marine outdraft detection
Collecting and communicating data on dangerous current flows around locks, bridges, and harbor structures
Rapid, on-site testing for RDX
Aptamer-based biosensor measures the amount of toxin in soil and water
Intelligent sensor placement and sensor network optimization
Selection of the most effective sensors for a task for acoustic, seismic, and line-of-sight models
Predicting oyster populations
Interactive digital models of oyster and reef areas which may be altered and updated in real time to create multivariate predictive models of environmental...