• “I am extremely proud of the outstanding work our scientists and engineers accomplished this year. Notwithstanding the challenges presented by COVID-19, many of our technologists exceeded their FY20 goals in areas such as collaboration, technology transition, workforce development, and invention disclosures,” said NSWCDD Chief Technology Officer Jennifer Clift.
  • Clift added the collaboration with industry, academia or other government agencies is often key to elevating the level of success a NISE project achieves by uniting the best technology with the right people to develop a product useful to the warfighter.
  • Clift said this program was a true collaboration with the Navy Continuous Training Environment, the Office of Naval Research (ONR), Program Executive Office Integrated Warfare Systems (PEO IWS), as well as private industry partners Aurora Corp. of America (ACA), Huntington Ingalls Industries, Stereolabs, Alion, Varjo, and HPi Federal LLC. This technology is currently planned to transition for use by the Navy Continuous Training Environment, PEO IWS, and the Navy’s Naval Education and Training Command, according to Clift.