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CRANE, Ind. - Working with warfighters and other STEM professionals, Cole developed the Underwater Command & Control System using NISE funding. The system is a communication device that gives warfighters the ability to use full motion video while underwater as well as navigation, just as a vehicle would use GPS. “The real benefit of the system is when you’re under water, you are no longer isolated, and you can communicate in real time,” says Cole. “It gave us the freedom and latitude to go through the final development phases to patent the technology and get it ready for industry.”


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