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  • Army's World Class EAR Facility Raises the Bar in Auditory Research

    June 15, 2010

    A participant prepares for an experiment in the Sphere Room. The central location of the listener station and platform allow for the creation of a completely immersive auditory environment. The importance of a Soldier's ability to hear a wide range of sounds is critical to survival and mission success on the battlefield. In today's military environment,...

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  • ARL Leads Research in Stand-off LIBS

    June 10, 2010

    Dr. Andrzej Miziolek and his collaborators in ARL's Advanced Weapons Concepts Branch are leading the effort on standoff detection pertaining to trace amounts of hazardous materials using the LIBS technology. The work of his team has lead to greater detection and identification of CBRNE. Miziolek has co-authored over 80 journal articles and published three...

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  • Meteorological Research Findings Could Fill Void in Battlefield Weather Observations, Predictions

    June 08, 2010

    U.S. Army Research Laboratory meteorological expertise has led to modifications in commercial weather instruments that now promise to improve accuracy of weather forecast models of critical importance to military operations. For the first time, an extensive, fine-resolution, high-quality meteorological (Met) dataset was collected from a remotely-piloted...

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  • Army Investment in Sensors Research Leads to Advances in Soldier Protection

    May 25, 2010

    Dr. Michael Wraback, ARL Fellow, launched radical research in ultraviolet LEDs, laser diodes and detectors that have enabled revolutionary technology developments to detect manmade and natural threats like biological agents, small arms fire and water-borne bacteria. Just months after the tragic attacks of September 11, 2001, the U.S. Army Research...

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  • ARL Employees Recognized for Excellence in Federal Service

    May 18, 2010

    After the ceremony, ARL's Excellence in Federal Career winners show their award plaques. From left to right: Natalie Eberius, Dr. Sarah Bedair, Demeji Ibitayo, Bruce Geil (accepting on behalf of Bonney Gietz and Margaret Denkins), Thomas Adkins, Dr. Sandra Young, and Ricky Grote. Eight ARL employees were honored by the Baltimore Federal Executive...

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  • ARL Hosts 2010 RDECOM Technology Planning Conference at ALC

    May 13, 2010

    U.S. Army plans to prototype next-generation technology intended for the battlefield misses the mark if done without Soldier input, Maj. Gen. Nickolas Justice said May 19 to an audience of scientists, researchers and technology experts. Justice, commanding general of the Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM), set the tone for the two-day 2010...

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  • Head Strong: ARL Team Determined to Find New Solutions for Improved Soldier Helmet Systems

    May 11, 2010

    An instrumented head form used by ARL researchers. ARL is passing on groundbreaking research findings in helmet technology to military, industry, modeling and simulation, and medical communities. A team of researchers is developing new head protection materials, systems, and concepts; and developing new cost-effective manufacturing technologies to...

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  • Stakeholders Gather to Sign Final Steel Beam for New Facility

    May 04, 2010

    An ARL employee participated in the ceremonial signing of the final beam. The last piece of steel is going to be placed on the building at time and date in the near future. A group of stakeholders in the construction of the new Vehicle Technology Directorate facility met on April 15 at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. for an informal signing of the building's...

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  • Army Leverages Private Industry, Academia to Advance Robotics Research

    April 20, 2010

    Developing smart robots with the ability to work for and alongside Soldiers is the ultimate goal of the Army's $63.2 million investment in a new robotics cooperative agreement with industry and academia over the next five years. The Robotics Collaborative Technology Alliance is expected to push the research needed to make autonomous robots accomplish more missions...

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  • ARL's First Chief Scientist Brings Decades of Multiservice, International Perspective to Laboratory

    April 13, 2010

    ARL has welcomed back Dr. C.I. "Jim" Chang, the former Army Research Office director who is now the laboratory's first chief scientist. With more than three decades of service working for DoD and NASA, Chang said he's excited to come back to ARL in his new position, where he will focus mainly on two goals - bringing more technology innovation and international...

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  • Digital Virtual Aerodynamics Range Highlights Advances in Aerodynamics Research

    April 06, 2010

    Virtual fly-out of a spinning projectile through DVAR. Supercomputers at APG are producing big savings in the development and testing of next-generation precision munitions. An even bigger payoff will come from the recent advances made in time-accurate modeling of unsteady aerodynamics. This will have significant effect in the design of future precision...

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  • Asymmetric Core Computing

    March 30, 2010

    An ARL researcher works on a state-of-the-art CPU. The Army needs mobile, adaptable, cost-effective, high performance computing solutions to facilitate efficient processing for increasingly digital and networked battlespaces. The binary computing field is rapidly evolving, driven largely by market forces and physical limitations in current processor...

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