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Touch Based Tracking
Touch Tracking Technology was developed in the Air Force’s Munition Directorate. This technology tracks targets using information from humans as well as autonomous agents in such a way that results can be easily comprehended by other humans and autonomous agents and flexible to various target types, environments, and human variability.
CycloRotor: A uniquely designed UAV, which is theoretically faster, quieter and more efficient than existing quad-copters. The CycloRotor's ability to scale (small to large), along with its lego-like modularity offer unique marketing advantages over today's UAVs.
This application is an early risk identification & management framework tailored to mass atrocities and genocide. Through integrated educational and social impact tools, Invictus is capable of mobilizing coordinated, effective responses to atrocities worldwide.
Remote passive sensing of a vibration signature using modulated light US8488123
AFRL has developed an optical detector that senses the intensity of scattered light reflected by a surface coupled to a vibration source. If the vibration source is operating, the coupled surface vibrates at the same frequency. The vibration signature of the vibration source, if present, is discerned from a graphical display of the foregoing function.
Deployable structures with quadrilateral reticulations
AFRL has developed a non-planar surface support structure that is compatible with deployable thin shell reflector segments. The structure is composed of multiple four strut closed loops connected to compliant hinges at the nodes to create an effective surface.
Mosaic imager using wave front control
AFRL has developed a wave front control system (“WFCS”) that organizes the object scene into a mosaic comprised of a grid of segments and transmits each segment in a temporal sequence. The WFCS steers the light fronts emanating from each segment one segment at a time, through a series of optical components that transmit the light fronts respectively emanating from each segment onto a digital imaging sensor. An optical recording device records each sensed segment, and the object scene is composed by assembling the recorded segments.
Passive magneto-rheological vibration isolation apparatus using a shielding sleeve
AFRL has developed a damper containing magneto-rheological ("MR") fluid. A plunger that lies between has a head immersed in the MR fluid and is mechanically coupled both to a fixture and a vibration source.
Remote passive sensing of a vibration signature using modulated light US8284405
AFRL has developed an optical detector senses the intensity of scattered light reflected by a surface coupled to a vibration source. If the vibration source is operating, the coupled surface vibrates at the same frequency. The vibration signature of the vibration source, if present, is discerned from a graphical display of the foregoing function.
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