Naval Surface Warfare Center – Panama City Division
The Naval Surface Warfare Center – Panama City Division conducts research on air cushion vehicle systems; expeditionary maneuver warfare systems; special warfare maritime mobility mission systems; mine countermeasure detect and engage systems; modular mission packaging and platform integration and handling; littoral mission systems; unmanned systems; autonomous diving and diving support systems; surface life support systems for extreme environments; naval special warfare systems; diving and life support systems; amphibious/ expeditionary maneuver warfare systems; and technologies to support other missions in the littoral, or coastal, regions.
Thermal management within a tent
Variable configuration of tent panels allows for reflection or absorption of heat and controllable temperature
System for oil spill cleanup and oil recovery
Utilizes nanowire material in a scalable and efficient design
Airborne deployment of an autonomous underwater vehicle
Unmanned aerial system carries and deploys an AUV greatly extending the operating distance of a submersible
Hinged torque nut for rapid installation
Novel design allows for a clamping of a nut to a bolt to speed secure attachment
Carbon monoxide monitor for compressor-driven breathing air systems
Increases the safety of life-supporting air tanks
Bearing fault signature detection algorithm
A bearing fault detection algorithm that is widely sensitive across a wide range of operating conditions and doesn't require baseline calibration
Carbon dioxide scrubber gauge
A gauge that measures the remaining life of a carbon dioxide scrubber in a rebreather device
Outboard Motor Quick Mount
A mount that enables a single person to quickly and easily mount and dismount an outboard motor using a cam to secure the the...
Robust Mesh Update Method for Grid Motion Problems
Automated, scalable, robust, easy to productize software tool for mesh updates in response to transient motions.