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Active Woven Materials

Traditional methods of constructing 3-dimensional structures with complex geometry, curvature, or detailing require manual forcing of flat woven/knit/braided materials into place with molds, application of heat, or a globally defined pattern of the weave/knit/braid itself. Such methods prove labor...
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ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY

Lincoln Laboratory research teams leverage solid-state electronic and electro-optical technologies, chemistry, materials science, advanced RF technology, and quantum information science to develop innovative system applications and components.
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AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL

Lincoln Laboratory is developing advanced technologies and decision support architectures for aircraft surveillance, integrated weather sensing and processing, collaborative air traffic management, and information security to support the nation’s air transportation system.
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AIR, MISSILE, AND MARITIME DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY

Lincoln Laboratory researchers are investigating system architectures, prototyping pathfinder systems, and demonstrating these advanced, integrated sensor systems that are designed for use on tactical air and maritime platforms to provide defense against missile threats.

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