Naval Information Warfare Center – Pacific
Naval Information Warfare Center-Pacific (NIWC Pacific) conducts research, development, delivery, and support of integrated command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR), cyber, and space systems across all warfighting domains.
Protected: Marine mammal deterrent system
Sea lions and other nuisance marine mammals are conditioned to stay away from docks, piers, and watercraft by a system of tracks carrying a...
Wireless power and data transfer system for unmanned...
Transmitting and receiving coils placed in an unmanned vehicle and energy source allow for wireless charging
Dictionary learning framework enables analysis of image data...
Method provides for sharper images in the fields of medicine (MRI, EEG, ECG, CT) and can be applied to other classification problems
LIDAR created, millimeter accurate virtual environment mapper
System combines 3D scanning and augmented reality to created interactive spaces in which objects can be removed, added, or reconfigured
Metal borohydride tablets for on-demand hydrogen generation
Green chemistry solution for H2 pelletized storage and use
Navigation and obstacle avoidance for autonomous surface vehicles
Novel system uses an array of onboard sensors and sophisticated algorithms to identify and predict the movements of vehicles in the vicinity
Pan & tilt mount for a solar reflector
Simple device allows for the directing of solar radiation onto a collector and for turning the reflectors out of the way of damaging weather
Transparent electromagnetic shielding
Hybrid material can be applied to any surface that requires maintained visibility and electrical isolation
Neural network for classification of radio signals with...
Biologically-inspired classification of input signals based on recognized features of the input signals (expert situational knowledge is not needed)
High-frequency simultaneous metrics antenna
Electrically small unit designed to simultaneously receive wideband signals in real time from 3 to 30 MHz.