Naval Surface Warfare Center – Crane Division
Naval Surface Warfare Center – Crane Division provides technical engineering solutions and total lifecycle leadership to support strategic missions, electronic warfare, and expeditionary warfare.
Explosively formed penetrator with magnetic, see-through casing
A team of U.S. Army and Navy demolition experts have invented a novel, magnetically attached explosive device for penetrating hard or armored targets. The patent-pending invention is available via license…
Drone detection and tracking with counter-unmanned aerial systems...
Modular system is capable of signal jamming and capturing video feed of unauthorized drones
Thor Power Pod
The new invention is patented, prototyped, and available for licensing to private companies for military or commercial applications
Wireless power system design toolbox
Modeling, simulation, and analysis of wireless power transfer systems for rapid assessment and visualization
Surface adhesion improvement via pulsed laser nanostructuring
Better adhesion characteristics by controlled formation of surface structures at the nano or micrometer scale
Networked buoy connects diver’s mobile device
Technology enables fast, robust data link to a diver and utilizes common smartphone or tablet platforms
Transformer tuning device for transducers
Automated system takes the guesswork out of this tedious task
Requirements analysis visual process and GUI
Graphical resource modeling and validation based on resources, task mapping, and cognitive model correlations
Multi-agent RF propagation simulator
Signal propagation simulator specifically used to determine the performance of a communications system prior to open-air range (OAR) testing
Point-of-use design & fabrication of printed circuit boards
All of the necessary equipment and processes for the short run production of boards brought to the point at which they will be used
Metamaterial photocathode for infrared image intensifier
Detection of light from visible through long-wave infrared (LWIR) wavelengths (0.4 to 15 μm) while meeting size, weight and power constraints of a handheld,...