Posters Sciences for Maneuver 2016

Posters

Sciences for Maneuver Overview and Facilities
Energy For Maneuver
Self-Sustaining Energy for Robotics and Autonomous Systems
High-Efficiency Gas Turbine Engine Components
High-Temperature Propulsion Components Laboratory
Tribology and Lubrication Science for High-Performance Power Transmission
Mechanical Components and Tribology Laboratory
Combustion Sciences for Advanced Propulsion Systems
Spray Combustion Research Laboratory
Innovative Propulsion Technologies for Unmanned Aircraft Systems
Small Engine Research Center
Probabilistic-Diagnostic Informed Innovations for Power Transmission Lightweighting
Advanced Power Transfer Components and Concepts
Aeromechanics for Rotorcraft and Unmanned Aerial Systems
Mission-Driven Microsystem Design and Validation
Mechanics of Handheld Aerial Mobility
Aerodynamic Testing
Rotorcraft Capability Assessment and Tradeoff Environment
Advanced Rotorcraft Aeromechanics Research
Mobility and Manipulation for Next-Generation Unmanned Systems
Meta-Cognition, Self-Reflection and Proprioception
Semantic Spatial Understanding
Intelligent Vehicle Technology Experimentation
Human-Robot Interaction
Extremely Lightweight, Adaptive, Durable, Damage Tolerant (XLADD) Structures
Structural Integrity and Durability Laboratory
Virtual Risk-informed Agile Maneuver Sustainment (VRAMS)
Prognostics and Diagnostics Laboratory

The Sciences for Maneuver area is focused on gaining a fundamental understanding of advanced mobility systems and their supporting architectures. This area heavily relies on ARL’s research expertise and facilities devoted to decision support sciences, autonomy, and high-efficiency energy generation, storage, and distribution. Discoveries, innovations, and developments made in this area are expected to significantly impact the Army of the future by greatly enhancing mobility. ARL’s Sciences for Maneuver research is focused on gaining a greater fundamental understanding of advanced mobility systems and their supporting architectures—critical to the future Army’s movement, sustainment, and maneuverability. Knowledge gained through these research efforts will lead to technological developments that make it possible to design, fabricate, integrate, control, and support platforms that will have a significant impact on Power Projection Superiority for the Army of 2030.