Designed to ensure safer skies, “Air-Guardian” blends human intuition with machine precision, creating a more symbiotic relationship between pilot and aircraft.
Lincoln Laboratory is developing a roadmap to streamline system acquisitions and facilitate connectivity across the Southwestern test ranges.
With this new approach, a tailsitter aircraft, ideal for search-and-rescue missions, can plan and execute complex, high-speed acrobatic maneuvers.
Technology demonstrations show the machine’s major components achieve the required performance.
With 75 years of aviation industry-focused research and education under its belt, the lab continues to develop propulsion systems for next-generation aircraft.
Award recognizes Shin’s contributions at Lincoln Laboratory to air vehicle survivability and STEM education in support of national defense.
A technique for synthesizing many “white graphene” nanotubes at a time paves the way for stronger, heat-resistant composites, and membranes for renewable energy.
In collaboration with industry representatives, Momentum students tackle wildfire suppression and search-and-rescue missions while building soft skills.
The computer-vision technique behind these maps could help avoid contrail production, reducing aviation’s climate impact.
New algorithm could enable fast, nimble drones for time-critical operations such as search and rescue.
An optimization tool from the Department of Air Force–MIT AI Accelerator is transforming the laborious process of staffing C-17 cargo flights.
Proposed design could reduce nitrogen oxide emissions by 95 percent, a new study finds.