Boston Engineering's Advanced Systems Group (ASG) is engaged in various technology development programs and is heavily active in the SBIR/STTR programs. Current customers include ONR, TARDEC, NAVAIR, NAVSEA and Homeland Security S&T. Current programs include: advancing UXV (Unmanned Vehicles) technologies, advanced AUVs (Autonomous Underwater Vehicles), advanced underwater control surfaces, advanced intelligent UGV (Unmanned Ground Vehicle) payloads, UAV capture and turnaround systems, integrated sensing, high maneuver platforms and more.
Boston Engineering leverages its technology and relationships to create world-class solutions and teams. Our teammates hail from industry, government labs and agencies as well as leading universities. ASG is involved in NDIA, AUVSI, FIRST USA, IEEE, the Robotics Technology Cluster and the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council - Robotics Cluster. Our technologies have been featured in/on: Mass High Tech, New England Cable News and The Economist (One of the Top Six World-Wide Technology Breakthroughs of 2009), and more.
Based on many years of developing cutting edge products for customers, Boston Engineering is uniquely capable of SBIR Commercialization and is an ideal partner for large primes or other businesses to team with and drive technologies towards product and fielding.
Dr. Thomas McKenna discusses bio-inspired robotics and Boston Engineering's GhostSwimmer. Dr. McKenna works for the Office of Naval Research Warfighter Performance department.