Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division News

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Undersea Warfare Center Supports Online Science Fair

future careers,” said Staedler. “The more we bring people into STEM, the more we can progress and create newer, better or more efficient technologies. Plus, there is a decent chance some of these students will be working for the Navy someday.”The AuthorNathanael Miller, Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport Public Affair

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US, Canadian Forces Ready Marine Mammal Monitoring System

to demonstrate success here with detection, localization and classification,” said McCormick.  “After that, it will be up to the science community to generate the research needed to shape our decisions and responsible use of the ranges.”The AuthorNathanael Miller, Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport Public Affair

L3 Technologies Wins Navy Deal

time of award and will not expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This contract was not competitively procured, in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation 6.302-1(a)(2)(iii) - only one responsible source and no other supplies or services will satisfy agency requirements. The Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, is the contracting activity (N66604-18-D-G800). (Awarded Sept. 10, 2018

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US Navy Tests Kraken’s KATFISH SAS

developer of software-centric sensors and underwater robotic systems Kraken Robotics Inc. said its wholly owned subsidiary, Kraken Robotic Systems Inc., has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) creating a new a joint research and development relationship with U.S. Navy’s Naval Undersea Warfare Center – Division Newport (NUWCDIVNPT).The overall objective, Kraken said, is to provide NUWC with experience operating the KATFISH, the company’s commercially off-the-shelf actively controlled, high-speed towed SAS from a surface vessel of opportunity.The entire system

Riptide UUVs Feature Maritime Open Architecture Autonomy

(AUVs). MOAA capabilities have been demonstrated at-sea on multiple AUV classes with capabilities applicable to various undersea mission areas. This work represents millions of dollars of investment and decades of research and development.Draper requested and received approval from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport (NUWC-NPT) to provide MOAA as an option on all Riptide UUVs sold to the U.S. Government or Government purposed vehicles. This will be a no cost option on all Riptide UUVs for eligible users.Dr. Dani Goldberg, leading the software effort for Riptide, noted, "The availability

Riptide, Draper Deliver Open Architecture Autonomy

capabilities have been demonstrated at-sea on multiple AUV classes with capabilities applicable to various undersea mission areas. This work represents millions of dollars of investment and decades of research and development.   Draper has requested and received approval from the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport (NUWC-NPT) to provide MOAA as an option on all Riptide UUVs sold to the US Government or Government purposed vehicles.  This will be a no cost option on all Riptide UUVs for eligible users.   Dr. Dani Goldberg, leading the software effort for Riptide, noted "

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