News, Information and Annoucements

  GMATEK Inc. Selected for Sensor Degradation Research by U.S. Navy
  26 May 2020- The US Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Program Executive Office –   Unmanned and Small Combatants (PEO-USC) has selected GMATEK Inc. to perform research
  and development for multi-sensor fusion and analytics to detect, mitigate and compensate
  for sensor degradation in unmanned surface and undersea vehicles (USV/UUV).The goal of this
  research is advancement of machine learning and deep-learning artificial intelligence technology to
  ensure remotely operated and autonomous vehicles can operate reliably under adverse conditions
  with increasing degrees of failure in sensor components and systems. This work is being performed
  at their facilities in Annapolis, Maryland. Participating as a subcontractor is FarSounder Inc.
  of Warwick, Rhode Island who are using their knowledge and experience in sonar and related
  systems to supplement GMATEK’s development efforts.

  New Book Release by Dr. R. Glenn Wright, President of GMATEK, Inc.
  28 March 2020- A new book authored by Dr. R. Glenn Wright, President of GMATEK Inc., has
  been published by Taylor & Francis Group (Oxford, UK) under their Routledge imprint on the
  subject of unmanned and autonomous ships. Detailes are provided in the Announcements page.

  GMATEK Inc. Joins WesTest Engineering in R&D on Test System Capability
  1 October 2019- The U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) Naval Air Warfare Center
   (NAWC) in Lakehurst, New Jersey has selected WesTest Engineering of Layton, Utah and their
   subcontractor GMATEK Inc. to perform research and development related to capability
   assessment for automatic test equipment (ATE) used by all branches of the Department of
   Defense as well as commercial application. GMATEK Inc. is performing this work at their facilities
   in Annapolis, Maryland. GMATEK Inc. is developing sensor analytics using machine learning and
   deep learning artificial intelligence to examine signal characteristics as part of this assessment.
   Development of commercial hardware and software products and tools is anticipated to result
   from this research.


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