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    Established 1946, the Office of Naval Research (ONR) is responsible for the science and technology programs of the US Navy and Marine Corps. Headquartered in Arlington, Virginia and controls the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)

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    News of Office of Naval Research

    Camcopter Drone Trials for US Navy, 09-Aug-21 : #drones Schiebel and Areté showcased the Camcopter S-100 drone to the US Navy’s Office of Naval Research (ONR) the Littoral Surveillance lidar Imaging sensor (PILLS) system

    Test Pilots Pushing Boundaries, 08-Feb-21 : #TestPilot Instructors at US Naval Test Pilot School (USNTPS) ensuring next generation of test pilots gain the skills necessary for testing the aircraft and systems of tomorrow

    Autonomous Helicopter AACUS Wins Award, 17-May-18 : Aurora Flight Sciences’ Autonomous Aerial Cargo Utility System, AACUS, recognized with the Howard Hughes Award at the Office of Naval Research (ONR)

    Aurora Autonomous UH-1H in Quantico, 13-Dec-17 : Aurora Flight Sciences conducted a successful demonstration at US Marine Corps base Quantico of its UH-1H optionally-piloted autonomous helicopter

    Researchers Navigating Ways to Avoid Aircraft Icing, 20-Feb-17 : Researchers at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) think they are on the path to giving aircraft a way to avoid potentially hazardous icing conditions from a safe distance

    New Simulation Software Improves Helicopter Pilot Training, 27-Dec-16 : New simulation software being developed by the Technical University of Munich aims to better model turbulent airflow near ships, buildings, and other large objects

    21-Mar-16 - DARPA Awarded Next Gen US Navy UAV Demonstrator
    08-Apr-14 - New tech could autonomize rotary-wing landings
    05-Apr-12 - US Navy robots will spy you in the crowd