Naval Surface Warfare Center – Corona Division
The Naval Surface Warfare Center – Corona Division provides the objective assessments needed for the Navy to gauge warfighting capability of ships and aircraft, assess warfare training, and analyze new defense systems. These include integrated performance and readiness assessment of weapons and combat systems; range instrumentation management and engineering; test systems effectiveness and measurement integrity; and weapons and combat systems product integrity.
Drone biosensor system for detecting biological hazards
Biosensors attached to an aerial drone analyze the air to prevent unnecessary human exposure to harmful agents
Handheld, dual absorption-fluorescence laser spectrophotometer
This unique biosensor combines absorption and molecular fluorescence spectrophotometry and is not yet commercially available
Testing and troubleshooting software for remote systems
Dynamic fault code identifier provides rapid and accurate assessment of electronic systems, and repair guidance
Plasma cleaning system
Effectively cleans laboratory instruments and devices and provides analytical results
Precision ground measurements from UAV platform
Aerial-based point, distance, and velocity measurement system
Low-energy desalination system
Water purification system utilizing naturally occurring ocean temperature gradients
Apparatus and methods for forming hollow spheres
Device and process to manufacture high-strength and stiffness cellular materials
Optical time domain reflectometer (OTDR) calibration standard and...
Precise calibration of OTDR’s in the field
LTSS-300: Portable Laser Transmitter for Research and Calibration
Portable laser lab in a box for research and calibration activities
D-ESR: Dual Wavelength Low Level Laser Radiometer for...
Portable transfer standard for precisely measuring laser pulses