Section: General Dynamics Electric Boat

NSWC Crane Hosts NIUVT to Conduct Innovation Ecosystem Collaboration

Article originally published by Sarah K. Miller, NSWC Crane Corporate Communications CRANE, Ind. – Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane) hosted the National Institute for Undersea Vehicle Technology (NIUVT) to conduct innovation ecosystem collaboration. Several ecosystem partners attended, including representatives from the Office of Navy Research (ONR), other Navy laboratories, NavalX Tech Bridges, […]

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Erik Brine Makes Waves at National Institute for Undersea Vehicle Technology

Article originally published in UConn Today by Jessica McBride, Office of the Vice President for Research. As an Air Force pilot for over two decades, Erik Brine has served his country from thousands of feet in the air. Now Brine is focused on research and development activities to safeguard our national defense from the depths […]

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Undersea Manufacturing Ecosystem Taking Shape In Groton

By Rebecca Lurye, Hartford Courant In a warehouse between the Poquonnock River and Groton’s Army National Guard base, engineers tinker with a vessel worn and weathered from months at sea. It’s a Wave Glider, an unmanned craft the shape of a surfboard and equipped with artificial intelligence and sonar sensors that trail along 20 feet […]

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UConn, URI, and General Dynamics Team on Undersea Vehicle Research

By the Associated Press Two public universities have partnered with a Navy contractor to research undersea vehicle technology and train people to work in the field. The University of Connecticut, University of Rhode Island, and submarine manufacturer General Dynamics Electric Boat established the National Institute for Undersea Vehicle Technology at UConn’s Avery Point campus in […]

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National Institute for Undersea Vehicle Technology Launched by Industry, Academia

By Kristen Cole – UConn Communications | Original Article at UConn Today Two of New England’s flagship universities and the United States Navy’s primary builder of submarines are at the helm of the new National Institute for Undersea Vehicle Technology. Located on the Connecticut coast, the new national institute was established to develop the personnel […]

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