The purpose of the VTCPS SBIR Phase II project is to develop a Virtual Reality (VR) test cell presence system that provides real time three dimensional (3D), multi-spectral, and test data access to test hardware and support systems while testing is in progress in a remote environmental test cell.
The purpose of the MEDIC (Medic’s Enhanced Diagnostic Imaging Companion) system is to provide combat medics, via Augmented Reality (AR), a digitally-superimposed avatar representing the internal anatomy of their Warfighter patient.
Army researchers use a drone-based multi-sensor system to enable standoff detection of explosive hazards using machine learning techniques.
Augmntr proposes a SAIPAN solution of a scalable system capable of running on either a small handheld system or on more capable devices on a large vehicle, craft, or ship.
Using the Virtual Reality headset and software configured to allow usage in a moving vehicle. Rather than look at a tiny 2D screen, operator can look “through” the vehicle and see a giant projection of the camera.
The proposed Aircraft Wiring Augmented Reality Exploitation (AWARE) capability gives NAVAIR maintenance teams the ability to leverage today’s COTS AR devices and utilize them to scan a subject MV-22 wiring harness, utilize a computer-assisted lookup capability and determine with high confidence the identity of the subject wire bundle.