WASHINGTON - Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren
Division (NSWCDD) scientists and engineers showcased cutting-edge technologies
and briefed military personnel, government employees and contractors attending
the NSWCDD Briefing and Technical Demonstration held at Naval Sea System
Command headquarters, Nov. 3.
The Navy Yard event featured briefs and demonstrations
that included NSWCDD 101; cyber warfare engineering; chemical, biological and
radiological defense; directed energy; hypervelocity projectile;
electromagnetic railgun; battle management system; integrated training Systems;
human systems integration projected displays and augmented reality; and
Dahlgren scientists also demonstrated an In-house
Laboratory Independent Research project called, "Electromagnetic Response
of Stress-Grown Carbon Nanotubes", and the Navy Innovative Science and
Engineering project, "Real-Time Integrated Sensor Suite".